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Jackson Audio and Silvertone Introduce the 1484 Twin Twelve

Jackson Audio and Silvertone Introduce the 1484 Twin Twelve

Jackson Audio and Silvertone introduce an exact recreation of the legendary Twin Twelve amplifier in pedal form.


In 1963, history was made with the release of the Silvertone Twin Twelve Amplifier. Originally listed in the sears catalog as the 1484, the Twin Twelve was offered from 1963 to 1967 and became the most coveted of all the Silvertone amplifiers. The unique sound of this amplifier proudly powers the tones of many of today’s best rock icons such as Jack White, Dave Grohl, Beck, Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day), Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) and many more.

An exact recreation of the legendary Twin Twelve amplifier, the 1484 Twin Twelve Pedal can be used as a studio-grade preamp, booster, EQ or overdrive depending on how the controls are set.

1484 Twin Twelve Pedal

MSRP: $249.00. For more information, please visit jackson.audio.

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