in the vein of the early British amp designs with modern updates to make it more playable and gig-able.  Larger transformers and a more capable power supply provide for an effortless musical experience.

Martin-Young Amplification Rock N' Roll Combo Amp

Regular price $1,650 now $1,495

A 21 watt, 2 EL84 amplifier in the vein of the early British amp designs with modern updates to make it more playable and gig-able.  Larger transformers and a more capable power supply provide for an effortless musical experience. The "less-is-more" concept plays out in a front panel configuration of a single input jack,  volume, tone, on-off and standby switches, while the rear panel includes two speaker jacks and an impedance selector with 4, 8, and 16 ohm positions so you can run any speaker or combination of speakers.  Available as a 1 x 12 combo with the Celestion Blue Alnico, a 2 x 10 combo with Celestion Gold Alnicos, or a mini-head in a custom ballistic nylon carry bag, the Martin-Young Rock 'n' Roll is an all around performer on stage or studio."

* 21 Watts, EZ81 tube rectifier, 4-8-16 selectable impedence, 2-EL-84 power tubes, International wattages available.

This amp was designed to provide the traveling musician a small and lightweight amp to keep “that familiar sound” when taking your regular stack is not an option. This little guy is loud, making it a worthy amplifier for both studio and live use. Employing two 12AX7s, two EL84s and a single 6CA4 rectifier, the Rock N' Roll is voiced for the classic British tone of the ’60s, but with modern updates that may make some enthusiasts think twice about leaving the house again with their prized vintage amp. Created with the idea that less is more, the Rock N' Roll is a sharp looking boutique amp with its cool nameplate and spade logo. At first glance, it looks like a lunch-box version of a Marshall plexi replica, with its familiar gold panels, black tolex and Marshall-style knobs. As for features, the Carry-On’s front panel provides Volume and Tone controls, one Input, On/Off/Standby switch and a huge, bright purple jewel lamp. The back panel has a 3-way switch for 4, 8 or 16 ohms, and two speaker outs.