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Mason Dixon Amplifiers Unveils a 15-Watt Version of Fillmore East Edition Amplifier

Mason Dixon Amplifiers Unveils a 15-Watt Version of Fillmore East Edition Amplifier

With its point-to-point wiring and premium tubes, the amp is designed to achieve the magical tones of the Allman Brothers’ famed Fillmore East performances, but at a friendlier volume with a master volume in the circuit.

The amp is available in two configurations: you can choose between a Duane or Dickey model and each combo is loaded with a Hybrid JBL D120 Speaker for correct tone and response. Original JBL D120 speakers are an optional upgrade. This 15-watt amplifier is available in a combo or head version and tolex and grill cloth color choices are available.

The Duane Model will give you the exact amp tone and response he was getting Fillmore that night at the. Our modifications are based on the exact modifications that were done to Duane’samps used at the show. The Dickey Model will get you that clean headroom to plenty of drive and sustain as heard at the Fillmore to a more modern version you hear from Dickey’s amps in more recent years.

Each amplifier offers the following features:

  • Number of Channels: 2
  • Total Power: 15 Watts
  • Speaker Size: 1x12
  • Preamp Tubes: ECC83
  • Power Tubes: EL84
  • Construction Materials: Baltic Birch
  • Made in the US
  • Price: $1649 with free shipping within the United States

Missing Link Audio’s Mason Dixon 15-watt amplifier is priced at $1649 with free shipping within the United States.

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