Oxygen Audio Releases the 36W

The amp is available in 1x12, 2x12, and head configurations.

Vancouver, Canada (January 7, 2015) -- Oxygen Audio is pleased to announce the introduction of the latest addition to the Ozone Series. The 36W delivers the same rich, crisp, clean tones that you’ve come to expect with the 18W line but with just a bit more grit and loads more headroom. The amps utilize the same proprietary ground plane circuit design that is used in the 18W line which results in the “quietest” amp possible completely free of unwanted noise.

Features:

  • Volume and Master Volume pots for maximum responsiveness while maintaining gain characteristics
  • 36W output, all tube (2 x 12AX7, 6SN7, 5AR4, 2 x KT66 or 2 x EL34), hand-built, point-to-point construction
  • Available in head, 1x12 and 2x12 combo and extension cabs

All Oxygen products are built in the company’s Vancouver, Canada home. Street price is $2590 (head), $2790 (1x12 combo), $2990 (2x12 combo), $990 (2x12 ext cab) and $1290 (4x12 ext cab).

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