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Super Rare Wem Deep Blue Amplifier

It’s not often you see one of these. No-one I know had one seen before. It is of course the Wem Deep Blue. Looks fairly conventional from the front.   But what’s that in the back. A Copicat tape echo!   We’ve only found one other picture of a Wem Deep Blue in the internet […]

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New JPF 2 x 10″ Combination Amp Format

We have now prototyped our fist 2 x10″ combination amplifier.     This amp is a SC15, loaded with two 10″ Tayden True Brit speakers.     The 2 x 10″ cabinet is more compact than our 1 x 12″ combo cabinet format. This combo will be priced at £1050 loaded with the Tayden True […]

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Barrie Cadogan Youtube demos of new JPF Regent 25 combination amplifier

As you (hopefully) will have noticed from our home page, JPF Amplification have launched a new amplifier, the Regent 25, powered by a pair of Golden Lion KT66 reissues to give an undistorted 25W. Barrie Cadogan (Little Barrie & Primal Scream) took delivery of the first 2 x 12″ Regent 25 combination amplifier (see his […]

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Barrie Cadogan Interview in Guitarist

You can now upload the Barrie Cadogan Guitarist interview* in which Barrie talks about his recently acquired JPF 2×12 KT66-loaded Regent combination amplifier. *Used with permission of Guitarist magazine / Future Publishing Ltd Words by Jamie Dickson, photographs by Rob Monk Any unauthorised publication of this feature online or in print is strictly prohibited without […]

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JPF Amplification at 2011 Vintage Guitar Fair in Exeter

JPF Amps will be at the Vintage Guitar Fair in Exeter on the 3rd and 4th December, 2011. We will be sharing a stand with Zilla Music, and will have a selection of our amps at the show so that you can try them out (and the Zilla cabs), and maybe even purchase/ order one! […]

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JPF combo amps now available

After some experimentation and testing with Paul at Zilla Music who constructs our cabinetry, we are pleased to announce our new range of combination amplifiers. All our amps are available in either 2 x 12″ or 1 x 12″ format (pictured above) with a wide choice of tolex coverings, and Tayden speakers. See our products page […]

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JPF Amplification in Barrie Cadogan Guitarist Interview

The current issue of Guitarist (No 343) has an interview with Barrie Cadogan* (of Little Barrie and Primal Scream), where he talks about his latest amp acquisition, a 25W 2×12 KT66 loaded JPF combination amplifier. We will be formally launching the KT66 driven Regent 25 model in the New Year. This will include sound samples […]

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Photos From Guitar Nation 2010

Thanks to everyone who dropped by our stand at Guitar Nation 2010 to have  a chat and try out out our new amps, the Sir Charles 15 and the King Charles 30. Here are some photos from the show. Got to love the glitter! King Charles 30 in Red/White. King Charles 30 in Blck/White Sir […]

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JPF Amplification new hand-wired amps at Guitar Nation 2010

As we’ve posted previously, JPF Amplification will be on stand 168 at Guitar Nation 2010, November 13th/14th (this weekend!), at London Olympia. We will be launching two new amplifiers: the “Sir Charles 15”, and the “King Charles 30” (no prizes for guessing their power output), which we will have for sale at a “show special” […]

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JPF Amps engraver for amp panels and logos

Due to increasing demand for custom amp panels and logos etc, JPF Amps have recently acquired a computer-controlled flat bed rotary engraver. This now means we can design and engrave anything we need in house, which not only saves us money, but also gives us a much greater degree of flexibility. It is our intention […]

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