The Sears/Silvertone® 1484 was introduced in late 1963 and sold via the Sears® catalog through most of that decade. This sixty watt amp had the unique feature whereby the head could be stowed and transported nestled inside the bottom of the cabinet. As a first choice for several of today's indy rock's greatest, the 1484 represented a sea change in amp preferences that the armies of multiple nations could not hold back and thusly they now command high prices in vintage shops and are often prized as studio amps for guitar and keyboards. This amp features a pair of Jensen C12's with dates codes for mid 1965.
This cabinet comes with the following 8 microphones:
- Cnd CCCP1 F inspired by Soyuz SU-019 FET ©
- Cnd Tubmod87 inspired by Neumann U87ai w IOaudio Tube Mod ©
- Dyn Cu29 inspired by Placid Audio Copperphone ©
- Dyn 409 inspired by Sennheiser MD409 ©
- Dyn TG12 inspired by TUL G12 ©
- Rbn BK5a inspired by RCA BK-5a ©
- Rbn 44-A inspired by Cloud Microphones 44-A ©
- Rbn 160 inspired by BeyerDynamic M160 ©
Only compatible with Two notes software and hardware.
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