ValveTrain LexingtonBuy Me Now
American Made 7 Watt Vintage Voiced Tube Amp
The Lexington combo boasts a hand wired point to point eyelet board that delivers a blistering 7 watts RMS of late 50’s voiced tone. The Lexington combo sends this vintage tone through an Eminence Ramrod 10″ speaker.
Additional features include a high/low power switch to bring the output down to 2 watts and a RAW switch that increases gain and high frequency response.
Inspired by the simplicity of the tweed amp designs of the late 1950’s, the amp features a 12AX7 dual-triode preamp tube driving the signal into a 6L6GC power tube. The controls are Volume and Tone. Solid state rectification makes for a very responsive and touch sensitive amp with tight response in the lower registers.
The Lexington delivers a varied tonal spectrum from shimmering cleans through vintage crunch. A quick flick of the guitar volume knob controls the full range of the Lexington tweed inspired voicing. Add switchable power levels and the RAW switch and you’ve got a great low wattage amp.
Great for home, studio or small venues. Put a microphone in front of it and the Lexington will fill the largest of venues.
The ValveTrain Lexington Control Panel
All ValveTrain amplifiers continue to prove that high value and affordable hand wired production amplification is still built in America. All of the major components including cabinet, transformers, speakers, board and chassis are proudly made in America. The amp is hand wired at our ValveTrain facility in Altamonte Springs, Florida. There are over 50 American small to medium size businesses in the supply chain behind every one of these amps.