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    Selling my Headstrong. Sounds amazing but I'm just not using it enough to warrant having it. The good news is that it's in almost mint condition.

    For those of you who don't know, this is an exact replica of the original Blackface Princeton Reverb. Headstrong is one of the most (if not *the* most) highly regarded boutique builder of Blackface replicas.

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    You probably care how it sounds for jazz. Here's a clip:


    Highlights

    -Hand-wired AA1164 Princeton Reverb replica

    -12 watts with Reverb and Tremolo

    -Eminence GA-SC64 speaker

    -Combo or Head



    Since its introduction in 2004 the Lil King Reverb has become the go to amp in homes, studios and stages throughout the world. Regularly used by many household names who own and can easily afford multiple vintage models.

    It was and still is the world's first replica of the 1964 Princeton Reverb.

    We have painstakingly re-created one of the best small gig/rehearsal/recording amps of all time. Whether you are looking for a practice amp or a portable gig amp to take on the go, the Lil King fits the bill. The original came with an inefficient 10" speaker, which we also replicate for the die-hard purist using the Eminence GA10-SC64 20 watt speaker.

    Our most popular model is outfitted with a 12" 40 watt Eminence GA-SC64 ceramic speaker. This helps with more direct projection of the sound as well as boosting low end for a more defined bottom end.

    Don't let the small size fool you, The Lil King packs big Blackface tone!

    Tech Info & Features:

    Replica of the 1964 Princeton Reverb

    12 Watt Tube Powered

    2 TAD 6V6 Power Tubes

    100% Hand wired

    Tube Reverb and Tremolo

    Finger jointed pine cabinets

    Eminence Speakers

    2-Button Footswitch

    Front Panel:

    Hi/Lo Inputs

    Volume

    Treble

    Bass

    Reverb

    Speed

    Intensity

    Back Panel:

    Power cord

    Bias Pot

    1A Fuse

    Power Switch

    8 ohm Speaker Jack

    8 ohm X Speaker jack

    Reverb FS jack

    Tremolo FS Jack

    Reverb OUT

    Reverb IN

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    Very cool amp!! I'm now really curious on what amp do you use?

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    Right now I'm obsessed with my 1963 "Brownface" Fender Princeton 6G2. It doesn't have the headroom of the Lil King but that's something that is suiting me right now.

    By the way, I know Chris Whiteman uses this amp with (or possibly the Lil King S, which is similar but more output). If you check out his clips, you'll be blown away by how good this sounds with his ES 175.




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    Thanks for the videos. I'll check them out. The princeton 6g2 is a killer amp. Very nice.

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    Hey Omph,
    Both great amps you have for sale right now! GLWTS!

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    I own a Lil King Reverb since 2009 and it's still my favorite (small) amp. Guitar->RC-Booster->LilKing makes me happy;-)