Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi 66-watt 1x12" Tube Combo Amp

66-watt, 1-channel, All-tube 1x12" Guitar Amplifier Combo with 6-position Wattage Selection
Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi 66-watt 1x12
Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi 66-watt 1x12
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Highly Flexible Single-channel Combo Amp

The Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi gives players the ease of a single-channel, 1 x 12" combo with a truck load of tone shaping possibilities. With separate pairs of 6V6 and 6L6 power tubes, the Goldfinger 54 Phi can be run at six different output settings, from 66-9 watts. The amp boasts a bevy of tone and gain control options like two boosts, a vintage-voiced BAX EQ, and high and low EQ contouring. And the Goldfinger 45 Phi's boosts, onboard spring reverb, and tube-buffered effects loop are all accessible via the included 4-button footswitch.

Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi 1 x 12" Combo Tube Amp at a Glance:
  • The right power for your gig
  • Your tone is in this amp
  • Footswitchable control
The right power for your gig

The separate pairs of 6V6 and 6L6 powertubes in the Goldfinger 54 Phi can be run individually or together for a wide range of power output possibilities. And a low power setting delivers even more power shaping options. By utilizing the tube pairings and the low power setting, the 54 Phi can be run at 66, 58, 33, 27, 19, and 9 watts. These options ensure you'll get the perfect blend of power tube saturation and headroom that you require for whatever type of gig you're on. This is one of the more flexible single-channel combos we've seen at Sweetwater.

Your tone is in this amp

With all of its sonic options, it would be very difficult to find a guitar tone that the Goldfinger 54 Phi doesn't offer. Aside from its standard set of EQ controls, this amp also has the option of switching in a BAX EQ that Bogner describes as a, "refined pure balanced vintage-style EQ." Two voicing switches expand your highs and lows. And you'll find two separate boosts onboard for getting a touch more mids, grit, and volume from the amp. A tube-buffered effects loop, spring reverb, and many more options add to the amp's sonic possibilites.

Footswitchable control

The Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi's 4-button footswitch is a powerful tool for pulling out different tonal shades on the fly. The included switch gives you instant access to real spring reverb for adding ambience or aggressive washes of sound. You can easily engage the tube-buffered effects loop to hear all of your well-placed time-based effects. And a tap of the toe will bring in either the preamp Boost function for more harmonic content and grit, or the Solo Boost to add midrange punch.

Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi tube 1 x 12" Amp Combo Features:
  • Single-channel amp combo loaded with voicing options
  • 1 x 12" Celestion Creamback 65 speaker
  • 66-/58-/33-/27-/19-/9-watt power modes
  • Switchable BAX equalization
  • Spring reverb
  • Footswitchable effects loop
  • EQ contouring switches
  • 2 x footswitchable boosts
The Bogner Goldfinger 54 Phi combo lets you dial in the tone you hear in your head.

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 66W / 58W / 33W / 27W / 19W / 9W
Speaker Size 1 x 12" Celestion Creamback 65
Reverb Spring Reverb
EQ 4-band EQ with switchable BAX EQ option
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x 6L6, 2 x 6V6
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x Line out, 1 x speaker out (4, 8, 16 ohm)
Footswitch I/O Yes (reverb, FX loop, solo, boost)
Effects Loop Tube-buffered series effects loop
Height 21"
Width 21"
Depth 10.5"
Weight 54 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number GF54112

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My First Bogner

I've had the amp for a month now, and I can't stop playing it. I've always preferred the sounds of American style amps, and this amp is like getting all of them in one. When you turn it on, without a guitar plugged in, it is very quiet, no hiss, pops, or hums, this is a sign the power supply was designed right, unlike a lot of amps these days where corners are cut there. The cabinetry and tolex work are first rate, as good as my beloved Victoria. The amp is big, the size of a tweed Bandmaster, or a little smaller than a Super Reverb. The pine cabinet definitely contributes to the vintage sound and feel, even if it is solid state rectified. The amp sounds great at all wattage settings, there are no tone sucking attenuators. The settings are based on the tubes selected, and whether full or half power. The half power setting drops the voltage to the power tubes, and brings a "saggier" tweed type sound. The baxendall tone stack feature further enhances the tweed feel, and is very different sounding from the regular tone stack. The regular tone stack, especially in full power modes, sounds a lot like a "blackface" Fender. So you can use the combination of wattages and tone stacks to kind of re-create whatever 50's or 60's style American amp you want. It would be a great "all-arounder" for a studio. It works great as a clean "pedal platform" with the volume up and the gain down, or you can turn up the gain, and use the volume knob on your guitar to clean things up. Either way, the cleans are harmonically rich, and bloom a lot like my Victoria. All of this enhanced with a flexible effects loop, and multiple ways of boosting for solos/loud sections. The enhance switches are basically a bright switch and a fat switch. Per the manual, the reverb is DSP, and this is confirmed by the lack of a reverb tank, but it sounds great, especially with a delay in the loop. Only downsides, monster cable plugs don't seem to fit, but standard issue Sweetwater cables, and my Mogami's all fit fine. Finally, the tubes may be tough to access when it comes time to change them. Other than these 2 minor niggles, the amp rules. The Bogner website has a bunch of killer demos, check them out.
See also: Combo Amps, Bogner, Bogner Guitar Combo Amps