All-original except grounded plug (original gray cord included). Big brother of the tweed Harvard model, one of the most recorded amps in history. Here we have a vintage 1964 Ampeg M-15 "Big M" combo amp.
The Vox AC30 is a guitar amplifier manufactured by Vox.
It was introduced in 1958 to meet the growing demand for louder amplifiers.
The company was renamed Jennings Musical Industries, or JMI, and in 1958 the 15-watt Vox AC15 amplifier was launched.
It was popularised by The Shadows and other British rock 'n' roll musicians and became a commercial success.
As Denney told author Andy Babiuk in , “I made up the first one using an AC30 cabinet with two 12″ speakers plus a ‘horn’ speaker for more top end.