In January of 1963, The Beatles cut a deal with JMI to trade in their worn out Fawn Vox amps in exchange for the brand new black AC30s. It was soon discovered that even the legendary AC30 couldn’t compete with the sonic assault from thousands of screaming Beatlemaniacs. The Fab Four ended up settling on two AC50s for John and George, with a 100 watt for Paul. By the end of the year, The Beatles were geared up with their new Vox’s for their Christmas concerts in Finsbury Park, London.
This particular AC100 is in very good shape for its age and shows some light signs of road wear. It’s been recently serviced, functions as it should, and sounds absolutely incredible! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us!