Juketone ‘Royal Blood’ H Guitar Amplifier Head Model 5F2a

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

£275.00

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Royal Blood H offers not only the fine quality and styling of this range but adds versatility.

The head model has 5W of tube power (equivalent to 25W transistor power) and an 8ohm speaker output allows you to hook up to a speaker of your choice. Move more air around and release the full potential of this amp and its sound capability.

  • 36 x 20 x 23cm
  • Weighs 6kg 

 

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5W ‘Class A’ all valve guitar amplifier Head Model

Boutique amplification for recording, practice and performance. Hugely affordable yet without compromise and no corners cut.

The Royal Blood range was developed not just to provide a high quality yet extremely cost effective amplifier but to pay homage to the might of the 50’s legendary Fender Princeton. The heart that beats is the 5f2a hand wired circuit in a sturdy and beautifully tweed covered cabinet complete with all necessary bling, feet and handle. Chicken head knobs control the classically simple volume and tone control on all models. 5W of tube power

True to form this 5W ‘Class A’ boutique amplifier has 3 tubes, Ruby/Shuguang power tube 12AX7, a Ruby/Shuguang 6v6 output tube and a 6Z4 rectifier valve, a rarity amongst amplifiers of this price and plays a large part in identifying a strong vintage tone. The 5W tube power is equivelent to 25w transistor power.

The Royal Blood H offers not only the fine quality and styling of this range but adds versatility.

The 8ohm speaker output allows you to hook up to a speaker of your choice. Move more air around and release the full potential of this amp and its sound capability.

Please note- As with all tube head models they must be attached to a speaker at all times when swiched on, if the load has nowhere to go it may damage the amplifier.

 

4 reviews for Juketone ‘Royal Blood’ H Guitar Amplifier Head Model 5F2a

  1. Andy
    5 out of 5

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    Tried the amp out last night. Cracking! I have a handwired marshall 2061x and handwired Minimat from Matamp. This Juketone head is up there with them. Well made, solid transformers, great tone through a 4×12, especially when attenuated for home use. I suspect it has a tad more gain than an original Champ, but this is a good thing since it maintains a sweet clean tone at lower gain. Can be dimed to be suprisingly aggressive and filthy, especially with a pedal. Everybody commented on the superb sound and also liked the visibility of the valves through the cloth adding a valvy glow in dark rooms. Wholly recommendable blues/jazz/classic rock beast!

  2. Jonny Fender Boy
    5 out of 5

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    Awesome piece of kit, sounds better than anything I have ever played before and that includes Fenders, Marshalls and vintage tube amps like Guyatone, Bird and Silvertone. Well made, beautiful to look at and bags of tone at all volumes. Took my pedal board with ease and when I took a look inside, 3 lovely warm glowing tubes and immaculately handwired board. Couldn’t recommend enough.

  3. Spikey Mikey
    5 out of 5

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    Connected up to a Celestion Alnico Blue it sounds awesome! This is a word I seldom use as I have been producing music over the millennia since my first band in 1963 and have become pretty picky!

  4. Gavin McCrory
    5 out of 5

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    I purchased this 5 watt head & paired it with the matching 1×12 cabinet & I have to say, at first I was skeptical. I just didn’t think that you could get a 5f2, along with a 1×12 cab for such a reasonable price, but I bit the bullet & I’m so glad that I did. Not only does it look the part, but on close inspection, it’s very well built & upon gigging it this evening, I can say that it sounds the part too, vintage tone through & through. Also, don’t let 5 watts, fool you, pair this with the matching 1×12 & it’s LOUD!!! I’d definetly recommend this amp if your looking for a low watt, vintage sounding amp that you can really drive.

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