Vox AC15C2 15-watt 2x12" Tube Combo

15-watt 2-channel All-tube 2x12" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Tremolo and Reverb
Vox AC15C2 15-watt 2x12
Vox AC15C2 15-watt 2x12
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British Invasion, Continued

The Vox AC15C2 tube combo amp speaks with the authority only a twin can command - and loaded with a pair of 12" Celestion Greenbacks, the Custom Series AC15C2 is proof positive. You get two channels, voiced normal and top boost. With three 12AX7s in the wheelhouse and a pair of EL84s in the engine room, this amp's a tone monster. A master volume lets you gainstage from clean, chimey classic Vox to serious overdrive - and everything in between. You've also got tremolo and spring reverb along for the ride. If you want a tasty British tube combo, the Vox AC15C2 is it.

Vox AC15C2 15-watt 2 x 12" combo tube guitar amp Features at a Glance:
  • Two twelves - no waiting
  • Tone, tone, and more tone
  • Big tank, tasty tremolo - hold the mayo
Two twelves - no waiting

The Vox AC15C2 tube combo amp has been juiced with the addition of a second 12" Celestion Greenback (there's a 1 x 12 version, and we love it - but read on). Guitar aficionados on both sides of the pond have long agreed that in the realm of combo amps, two-twelves rule. The second speaker lets the AC15C2 speak with clout, depth, and projection you just don't get from a single-speaker amp. And bigger amps, frankly, look better onstage. Seriously, you're getting classic Vox visuals here. Quite attractive.

Tone, tone, and more tone

Although the Vox AC15C2 sports only 15 watts, these are tube watts, and this thing gets loud. Lease-breaking loud. With 15 watts to kick around, you also get copious tone mojo that you have to fight for in higher-wattage amps. Yes - you can play small-to-medium sized clubs with it. And your audiences will eat up the tone.

Big tank, tasty tremolo - hold the mayo

A hidden advantage of the Vox AC15C2's 2 x 12" chassis is that Vox sandwiched in the larger spring reverb tank found in the also-wonderful AC30C2. This reverb is lush, and quite warm-sounding. Vox has also wisely included their classic tremolo effect, complete with adjustable controls for speed and depth. On top of its other considerable virtues, the inclusion of tremolo and reverb makes the Vox AC15C2 a must-have for anyone who digs classic British tube combos with a healthy dose of modern flexibility. That's you, right?

Vox AC15C2 15-watt 2 x 12" combo tube guitar amp Features at a Glance:
  • 2 channels, voiced normal and top boost
  • 3 x 12AX7 dual triode vacuum tubes in the preamp stage
  • 2 x EL84 pentode tubes in the power stage
  • 2 x 12" Celestion G12M Greenback speakers
  • Top boost channel offers highly interactive treble and bass tone controls
  • Master volume control lets you create the perfect degree of gain-staging
  • Get clean, chimey Vox tone or powerful overdrive - and everything in between
  • Tremolo and spring reverb (both triggerable from the optional VFS2 footswitch)
Start your own British invasion with the Vox AC15C2 15-watt combo guitar amp!

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2 (Normal, Top Boost)
Total Power 15W
Speaker Size 2 x 12"
Effects Yes (Tremolo)
Reverb Yes
EQ 2-band
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x EL84
Inputs 2 x TS (Normal, Top Boost)
Outputs 2 x TS (Speaker)
Footswitch I/O Yes
Height 21.89"
Width 27.64"
Depth 10.43"
Weight 66.58 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number AC15C2

Customer Reviews

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The Best!

Been playing guitars for 40 years and I finally got a Vox. The AC15C2 is the amp I've been looking for all these years. The sound quality, the build quality, everything about it is top notch. And don't let the number 15W fool you. This thing will peel your face off and sound great doing it. If you're thinking about buying one, go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't regret it.
Music background: Garage band guitar and bass guitar 40 yrs

The Basic is Good

This amp has a really sweet, smooth sound and I could not believe what volume a 15 watt tube amp could achieve. Wow!
Music background: Hobbyist, X-Pro

Awesome 15 watt twin Vox ac15c2

Super buy! Thanks to Scott Augustiniak excellent service

Like A Boss!!!

I've been spending time at my local music store looking for a mid size tube amp. After spending a fair amount of time playing various brands and models, I thought I had it narrowed down to the Vox AC15C1. I am glad I took my time in my search because the AC15C2 "Twin" became available. Honestly, I hadn't had a chance to play this model but I ordered it because of the impression the single 12" laid on me. That was a great idea because this thing Handles Business Like Boss! Packs great warmth. Cranks up loud and bring it back down smooth. I plan on adding two pedals (A/B, Rev/Trem). But in no hurry. Every setting sounds good enough to play on and on.
Music background: Semi-Pro Musician

Tone Heaven

I was looking for a meduim wattage amp for smaller to meduim gigs when i came accross this. The Peavey Delta Blues was my first choice but the music store that i usually shop at didnt have any in stock so i tried this out. Wow was i impressed right off the bat. Many people are turned off by the 15 watts but trust me when i say that 15 watts is plenty through these the two celestian's. This amp can pretty much capture any tone you want it to and just loves to be cranked. Great for Zeppelin and blues! It can also get some more modern rock tones at high volumes. I use the top boost channel for clean and the normal channel for those dirty tones. The amp starts to break up around 10/11 o clock giving you some head room for the cleans but you just cant beat that overdriven tube sound. The reverb and tremelo are fantastic! You can get a great delta-blues sort of sound if you tweak the reverb and tremelo the right way. The construction is very solid and definetley seems to hold up nicely during transport. The only things that i dont like about this amp are that its extremely heavey for 15 watts. So if you have back issues and dont feel like carrying this amp around then maybe its not for you. The other thing is that you can switch from dirty to clean, vise vera. But it cleans up very nicely so you can just use your guitar volume. Overall this is a great amp for anyone looking for a vintage sound without breaking the bank. Highly Recomended
See also: Combo Amps, Vox, Vox Guitar Combo Amps