A single-channel amp that comes equipped with either KT77 or EL34 power tubes.

Fort Walton Beach, FL (May 26, 2017) -- Armored Amplification has released their newest design, the Little Devil. The amp is 15 watts of pure tone. A true wolf in sheep's clothing that provides rich harmonics, unsurpassed pick sensitivity, sustain for days, and a tone that will leave you breathless. The Little Devil responds like no other to different pick attacks, and volume control. All hand built to order, right in the U.S.A!

At less than 15 watts, the Little Devil is perfect for studio or home use, but shines when cranked at small venues. Providing tones that, until now, could only be captured with large high watt amplifiers. Hand-wired construction using only the highest quality parts available!


  • Single unfiltered input
  • All tube signal path
  • Pre-Gain, Treble, Middle, Bass, Presence, Master Volume, and Balls Controls
  • Added Balls control to dial in saturation levels
  • Effects Loop
  • 8 ohm output impedance
  • Custom designed Aluminum etched faceplate
  • Winged "C" EL34 or KT77 power section
  • Full Flamed Maple, Dovetailed cab
  • Available in two color options: Wine Burst or Tobacco Burst
  • Automotive grade clear coat for beautiful yet durable finish that will survive life on the road
  • Built with custom Mercury Magnetics transformers
  • SoZo signal capacitors, F&T filter capacitors, carbon composite resistors, and JJ preamp tubes
  • Available with customizable gain levels, and foot switching options on request

Little Devil Winged “C” Head $1499.99 USD

Little Devil KT77 Head $1429.99 USD

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