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CUSTOM LOWATT and HT1121 Package

$2,382.60

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CUSTOM LOWATT

The LOWATT is a careful reproduction of the amps made by Dave Reeves in the early 1970s. The tone stack is unique and different than the “FMV” controls found on most amplifiers, and has significantly more tonal range. These are relatively low gain amps with plenty of punch and headroom, and are great with pedals.

$1,756.55

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HT1121

HI-TONE Cabinets pay homage to Dave Reeves’ original cabs.  Tradition has been followed where possible.  Modern features have been selected where clearly an improvement.

$626.05

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CUSTOM LOWATT

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  • Based on Dave Reeves’ Classic Circuitry
  • Custom Partridge clone transformers built exclusively for HI-TONE Amplification by Heyboer Transformers
  • 18 watts via 2 x 6V6 Power Tubes
  • Internally linked input based on a discovery by Pete Cornish that linking two channels created a more balanced sound for a certain “comfortably numb” guitar hero
  • Controls: Normal Vol | Brill Vol | Bass | Treble | Middle | Presence | Master Volume
  • built with premium SOZO signal capacitors
  • standard with TAD premium selected and or JJ tubes

Head dimensions 22 1/8”L x 9 1/8”H x 11 ¼”D

Weight: 29 lbs

Shipping Dimensions: 30” x 16” x 16”

Shipping weight: 35lbs

Due to the nature of our shop and dedication to a superior product please allow 12-13 weeks build time if the amp is not listed as in stock.

Thank you for your patience and support!

HT1121

HI-TONE model 1121, 1 x 12 cabinet loaded with 

Qty 1 – HI-TONE DR-F 12″ Guitar Speakers

  • 75 watts max – 16 ohms total load
  • Highest Quality Construction:
  • Premium Baltic Birch baffle and sides
  • CNC finger joined corners for maximum strength and durability
  • 1″ MDF ported

Dimensions:  25″ Wide x 20.25″ High x 13.5″ Deep

Shipping weight: 46 lbs.

1 review for CUSTOM LOWATT and HT1121 Package

  1. Stefan Kozlowski

    This amp and cabinet are exceptional in several ways. The build quality is so good, it makes me feel like my other amps & cabs are crap. All joins, joints, parts and assemblies have a noticeable craftsmanship about them, which in my experience, stands out above anything I’ve ever seen before. Heck, even the tolex is applied so well, that it stuns me.

    The tone of the amp, mated with this cabinet is what one would expect from a Hiwatt-like amp. Clean and at times even glassy but there are myriad other sounds here too. Using the jumped channel enables and entire array of options to be dialed, and when coaxed, the amp will overdrive with a wonderful taste of distortion but the sound always stays articulate and never becomes muddy. I’ve also run many pedals through this amp and it’s simply the best pedal platform I’ve ever tried.

    Finally, this amp & cab, when considered together is actually a bargain. I’ve paid more for other amps/cabs and none of them lived up to the standard set by the CUSTOM LOWATT and HT1121. They present themselves in sound, vision and feel as something costing twice the price. This is the boutique amp experience in all its glory and oddly enough, value.

    Now I’m trying to conjure up some justification for owning a 50 watt model 🙂

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