Emails are checked and replied to three times a day. Please allow 24 hours for a response for quotes on custom amps.
Phone Hours Monday to Fri 9:00-4:00 MST. Often I am testing amps or using loud machinery. Please leave a message and I will call back. Please no text messages. Please use email instead.
3/16 March 26th is last day to order Std Octal Champion, Octal Princeton, or Classic Tweed Champ working chassis.
Due to some changes that Weber has needed to make to their pricing I will no longer of the STD versions of the working chassis for the Octal Champion, Octal Princeton, or Classic Tweed Champ. I will still make Premium Working Chassis and Combo versions. If you've been waiting to get one now is the time!
2/13/15 IN STOCK Two Tweed Conversion Heads! Check them out in the IN STOCK section
2/11/15 NEW AMP CPC 600!
Champion 600/800 5C1 Style amp. 5 Watts with that cool octal 6SJ7 grind! Available as a working chassis or 1X10 combo amp.
At Carl's Custom Amps I build vintage style tubes amps from the 50's, 60's and 70's. All my amps are meticulously hand wired, expertly planned and vigorously tested to ensure each one is best it can be. My goal is to provide players with with great sounding amps at reasonable prices. Each amp is a work of art and ready to help player make their own art. Your search for tone ends here!
I currently offer a number of models that I regularly build with many options. Some models are also available as working chassis for those who wish to source their own cabinet and speakers. Mods and customization are available for each model.
I also build lots of custom amps. So if you have a particular vintage amp model or just an idea of what you want an amp to sound like I can accommodate.
I perform repairs and mods on all models of tube amps. So if you amp needs a tonal transformation or just needs expert repair Carl's Custom Amps is the place to send it.
Carl's Custom Amps is in no way affiliated with Fender, Gibson, Supro, Valco, Marshall, Hiwatt, Orange or any other company. Company names are solely used to describe circuits, history, and sound.