Michael Clark has long been recognized as one of the premier amplifier builders of his day. Drawing the majority of his inspiration from 1960s Fender amps, Michael takes the concept of a "Blackface" style circuit and maximizes everything from custom wound transformers and hi-spec capacitors to quality built cabinets and an overall top-tier level of craftsmanship.
This Kanee Reverb is Michael's take on the venerable Princeton Reverb circuit. At 12 watts output through a single 10" speaker, the King of low-volume clean tone is alive and well in the Kanee. It's got the lush bias tremolo and a spectacular tube-driven spring reverb we love in this circuit, with a distinctive sweetness that has made the AA864 circuit so famous.
This particular amp is in impeccable condition, bordering on NOS. The Eminence Rajun Cajun speaker is a great fit for the amp, maintaining great low end response and enough dB sensitivity to allow the amp to hang a little better in a band context.
- AA864 Princeton Reverb Circuit
- 12 Watts ouput via (2) 6V6 power tubes
- Custom-wound transformers
- Bias tremolo
- Spring Reverb
- Eminence Rajun Cajun 10" speaker
- Weight: 34.5lbs