Early AC80/100s: introduction
Paul McCartney's AC80/100 (serial no. 101)
Surviving AC80/100s in thin-edged boxes - (serial nos 101-173)
Surviving AC80/100s in thin-edged boxes - (serial nos 174-199)
Serial no. 178
Surviving AC80/100s in thin-edged boxes - (serial nos 200-221)
The Beatles' thin-edged AC80/100s in 1964
The Rolling Stones with thin-edged AC80/100s
The Rolling Stones, August 1964
The NME Poll Winners' Concert, 1964, part 1
The NME Poll Winners' Concert, 1964, part 2
Other bands with thin-edged AC80/100s
Vox AC80/100 loan units
1965 - a new production line.
Surviving AC80/100s with BLACK PANELS.
Surviving AC80/100s in thick-edged boxes - (serial nos 221-319).
A late Westrex-made AC80/100
Surviving AC80/100s in thick-edged boxes - (serial nos 320-380).
Surviving AC80/100s in thick-edged boxes - (serial nos 381-430).
AC80/100 serial no. 392
The Who, The Yardbirds, et al.
The Who and Vox - recollections of Max the Mod
SITE FOR AC50s
Vox catalogue, February 1964
The first ad for the AC80/100
The genesis of the first advert
Vox adverts in "Beat Monthly" magazine
Retail price-list, 1967.
"Beacon Magazine", 1967 - features on Vox
Thomas Organ and JMI
Notices in newspapers, 1964.
The first American catalogue, late 1964.
Cabinets, part 1 (2 x 15 inch)
A 2x15 cab from mid 1964
Foundation Bass cabinets (1 x 18 inch)
Cabinets, part 2a (4 x 12s and swivel trolleys) - introduction
Cabinets, part 2b (4 x 12s and swivel trolleys) - surviving examples
An SDL cab from 1965
Wiring of 4 x 12 cabs
Vox AC100 trolleys - Mark 1 and Mark 2.
Covers for Vox amps made in 1964.
A late closed-back AC100 cab
A late open-back AC100 cab
Supreme and Companion 4 x 12 cabs (on the Vox Supreme website)
Celestion T1088 speakers ("silver bells").
Celestion 18" speakers (for Foundation Bass cabinets).
Goodmans and Fane 18" speakers (for Foundation Bass cabinets)
Goodmans 12" speakers.
Goodmans speaker labels.
London, Russell Hotel, 1964.
London, Russell Hotel, 1965.
Frankfurt Musikmesse, 1965.
Frankfurt Musikmesse, 1966.
Intro to the "100W Amplifier".
The first fixed bias AC100s (no brimistor) - (serial nos c.430-c.730).
Serial number 682.
The early fixed bias circuit
The Who at Richmond
The Richmond programme
Early AC100 Mk2s: 1965 - (serial nos c.730-c.1160)
The Beatles' AC100s in 1965
AC100 Mark 2s: 1966-1967 - (serial nos c.1160 - 1800)
AC100 Mark 2s: 1966-1967 - (serial nos 1800-2100)
Serial number 1903.
AC100 Mark 2s: 1967 - the last AC100s
New site for Vox Supremes
PA 100s - the MC100, and others
The Who with custom-made JMI PA amps
Mixers and Effects
Line Source Speakers et al.
Vox experiments, 1967
The Beatles in 1964
The Rolling Stones in 1964
The Rolling Stones, 1965-1968
NME Pollwinners Concert, 1966
List of Bands on the site
The Yardbirds in "Blowup", 1966
Recent and current bands with AC100s
Westrex Co. Ltd - makers of the AC80/100 chassis for Vox
Burndept Electronics - makers of the AC80/100 chassis from March 1965
Triumph Electronics - prototypers and makers of AC100s, late 1966 - 1967
Adverts for Triumph Electronics in Beat Instrumental magazine.
Conversions and Modern AC100s
The Jennings J40
The JEI J100
J100 serial number 1319
The JEI J100 combo
The JEI J200
J200 serial number 1018
Jennings Public Address amplifiers
A Jennings PA100
Jennings Organ 50w amplifier
Jennings Organ 50w amplifier (2)
Jennings B100 amplifier
Details of Jennings 50W amps.
The Jennings AC15
The Jennings AC40
The JEI V30
The JEI V100
The Jennings Rotary Speaker unit
The late JEI reverb unit
A Jennings pricelist from 1972.
Jennings speaker cabs, effects, etc.
A Jennings flyer.
Adverts and notices in Beat Instrumental magazine, 1968-1969.
Adverts and notices in Beat Instrumental magazine, 1970-1971.
Adverts and notices in Beat Instrumental magazine, 1972.
Adverts and notices in Beat Instrumental magazine, 1973.