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Ampeg BA-110 V2 Combo, Ampeg BA-112 V2 Combo and Ampeg SVT-212 AV Cabinet.

Ashdown MAG 300 Head & 4×10” Cabinet. 


Boss Katana KTN 100 Combo.


Cornford Harlequin Combo.


Engl IronBall Head.


Fender Blues Junior, Fender ’57 Custom Twin, Fender Twin ’64 Super Reverb, Fender 1976 Vibrochamp Silverface. 

Fender ’59 Bassman LTD Combo, Fender Acoustic 200 Combo, Fender ’57 Custom Champ, Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Fender Rumble 500 Bass Combo and Fender Blues Deluxe Tweed Combo.

Fender M-80 Combo.

Fender Pro Junior IV.


Hartke HD50 Combo and Hartke 410 XL Cabinet.

Hiwatt Custom 20 Combo.


Markbass Mini CMD 121P Combo.

Marshall MG 100 DFX Combo.

Marshall MG 15 CFR Combo and Marshall MG 102 FX Combo.

Marshall Valvestate VS100R 2×12” Combo.

Matchless ES 412 Cabinet and Spitfire 112 Combo.

Mesa Boogie Mark IV Combo.

Morgan AC 20 Combo.

Music Man 212 RD.


Orange Rocker 15 Combo, Orange PPC212 Guitar Speaker Cabinet.


Peavey Classic 30 Tweed Combo, Peavey Classic 50 212 Combo, Peavey 112-6 Guitar Cabinet and Peavey Delta Blues 210 Tweed Combo.


Sheldon TT3R.

Supro 1699R Statesman Combo.


Two-Rock Burnside Combo.


Vox Night Train 1×12” Cabinet.

Vox AC 10 C1 Combo, Vox AC 30 CC2 Combo and Vox VT 80 Valvetronics Combo.


WEM Pick-A-Back.

Wienbrock The Elz Combo for Elliott Randall, Wienbrock Gaucho Combo, Wienbrock Gringo Combo, Wienbrock Hobo Combo, Wienbrock 112 1×12” Cabinet with Tayden Great Brit speaker.


Zilla Super Fatboy 2×12” Cabinet.

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

Turbo>Tone doesn’t colour the amplifier and speaker’s original tone, which is crucial when dealing with vintage amps like my Fender Vibro Champ. Turbo>Tone brings the tone into sharper focus and gets the speaker working more efficiently, which for the Vibro Champ translates into greater clarity, full bodied classic Fender glassy clean tone and even lusher tremolo. The greater sound projection is another bonus for me both for studio work and Gigs.

Paul Henderson,  Guitarist and Producer

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

The Tone of my Fender Blues Junior is significantly warmer, richer with better low, mid and high end clarity. Worth the time and £15.00 any day!

Richard Kitson, Musician

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

I couldn’t believe the difference after the modification.
Now there is almost no noise when left on at idle and the Amp is louder with tighter Bass and Mids.
When cranked up it just sounds heavenly. At last, the Fender Tone in full!

Michael Maksymiw, The Blueniks

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

The improved signal path from amp to speaker gives a full blooded, exceptionally clear and genuinely dynamic tone. There is no scratchy sharpness in the top end and the bass is beautifully defined. When idle the amp is incredibly quiet.

Robin Hoare, Professional Musician

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

All my Wienbrock Combos and Cabinet have Turbo>Tone fitted.
Now I can now hear the music I’m playing in full.
All it took was 82cm of the right cable for £29.00. A bargain!!

Tony Bilny, Guitarist and Songwriter

Turbo>Tone- what musicians say

I upgraded my Music Man 75 with Turbo>Tone a few months ago. It is the best and cheapest modification I have ever had done on an amp. This mod has not changed the amplifier so much as help it to be what it was built to be. It does the same job much better. Would I recommend Turbo>Tone? Hell yes!!!

Robin Hoare, Professional Musician

Turbo>Tone – what musicians say

Turbo>Tone is definitely a worthwhile upgrade to any Tube amplifier, the sonic difference against stock speaker wire is like day and night. The overall projection of sound is vastly increased along with note clarity and sparkley goodness. My Blues Jr sounds extremely glassy whilst retaining a full bottom end. Heaven!!

Gary Whitaker, Guitarist