The Stamford is based on the Fender Brownface Deluxe (6G3) of the early 1960s.

Brownface Fender amps are coveted by collectors, and were only produced for a few years. They have been described as being somewhere between a tweed and a blackface. One thing is for sure - they hit with a direct punch, and come loaded with a bias wiggle tremolo which produces a smooth, deep and lush modulation. The amp can go from a tweed clean/dirty to a british style overdrive with the turn of the volume knob

The Stamford is a two channel 20W combo amplifier. Each channel has volume, tone and tremolo controls. The Stamford supports jumpering both channels together and will provide a blend of tone and gain from both channels. Further voicings can be achieved by the negative feedback switch on the rear of the amp.

The cabinet is crafted from finger jointed pine and is finished in Fender rough brown tolex and a wheat grill cloth (other finishes available).

Notable Deluxe players include John Fogerty, Neil Young and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.

Hand Built
P2P Wiring
Ultimate Tone



Finger jointed solid pine cabinet
Rough brown tolex & wheat grill
Leather handle
Other finishes are available
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1 x GZ34 Rectifier
2 x 12AX7 Preamp
2 x 6V6 Output


(Volume, Tone) x2, Speed, Intensity.
Switchable negative feedback.
Tremolo footswitch


Hammond Transformers
F&T, Mallory, Panasonic, Vishay components
TAD, EHX, JJ, Sovtek valves
Hand built and wired


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12" Celestion V-Type
12" WGS ET65

Dimensions & Weight

Height: 18.1" (459mm), Width: 20.8" (528mm), Depth: 9.5" (241mm), 15kg


Alex Farran demoing the Stamford.

Ten No.6 (Cassies Dead) using the Stamford.


Bright Channel - Les Paul Bridge Pickup

Bright Channel Tremolo - Stratocaster Middle and Neck Pickup

Jumpered Channels - Les Paul Neck Pickup

Normal Channel Gain - Les Paul Bridge

Normal Channel Gain (2) - Les Paul Bridge

Normal Channel - Stratocaster Neck Pickup