ToneVille Amps unveil the Beale Street, Broadway, Rio Grande, and Sunset Strip custom amps.

Colorado Springs, CO (August 15, 2013) -- ToneVille Amplifiers announce four brand new custom amps with amazing vintage looks and extraordinary craftsmanship including the Beale Street, the Broadway, the Rio Grande, and the Sunset Strip.

ToneVille amps are built to last forever by using only the very best of the new old stock tubes, every single component of the amp is over-engineered to meet the highest quality standards, sound isn’t colored with reverb or added effects, just pure, marvelous tone, and 1/8" thick custom-made aluminum chassis. The cabinet’s woodworking is top-of-the-line constructed with the highest quality black walnut and hard maple, our amps are manufactured with dovetailed joints giving them style and durability to last. The additional reverb unit is a fantastic addition to the combo. Made from 18-gauge steel, it has storage space to hold all of your additional cables and accessories for gigs.

General Overview Specs:

  • Master push/pull knob
  • Mid-range on EQ has feature to eliminate EQ from the circuit
  • Custom Toneville knob for negative feedback
  • Vintage 30 Celestion Speaker installed in the extension cab
  • G12H30 Celestion speaker installed into each combo amp

ToneVille's Rio Grande

Rio Grande:

  • Tube Reverb Head with Natural Compression
  • 1-Mullard 12AX7, 1-RCA BP 5965/12AT7, 1-RCA BP 6K6
  • Pricing: $995

ToneVille's Sunset Strip

Sunset Strip:

  • 10-watt amp with tweed clean and break-up that sounds great for studio
  • 1-Mullard 12AX7, 1-RCA BP 6L6GC, and 1-RCA BP 5Y3GT
  • Pricing: $1,995

ToneVille's Beale Street

Beale Street:

  • Ultimate 15-watt blues or rock 'n' roll amp
  • 1-Mullard 12AX7, 1-RCA BP 5965/12AT7, 2-RCA BP GG 6V6GTs, and 1-Mullard GZ 34
  • Pricing: $2,295

ToneVille's Broadway


  • 15-watt amp featuring an AC-15 sound with a heavier punch
  • 1-Mullard 12AX7, 2-Japan Mullard 12AX7s, 2-Mullard EL-84s, and 1-Mullard GZ-34
  • Pricing: $2,395

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