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Albion TCT50H Guitar Amplifier Head

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Product Description

The Albion TCT50H Guitar Amplifier Head has 2 separate switchable channels, both featuring the same controls per channel for a huge array of tones. Channel A features the EQ circuit before the gain stages, while Channel B features the EQ after the gain stages. Both channels feature the capability of running from clean through crunch to high gain lead. But due to the different voicing provided by the EQ position, both channels on the Albion TCT50H have an entirely different spectral response and player's feel.

Albion TCT50H Guitar Amplifier Head Features

  • 50 watt vacuum tube 2 channel head with two EL34 and five 12AX7 tubes
  • Unique input stage combines the preamp tube with an FET circuit to give lower noise, higher gain, better tonality, and lower microphonics
  • Black vinyl with grey grille cloth and a gloss black trim board with gold Albion Logo
  • Channel A is pre-EQ and channel B is post-EQ for more tonal options
  • Power amp Variable Edge control is like a presence control but can boost or reduce high frequencies for a sweeter tone
  • Power amp Variable Deep control is an active graphic type circuit that works around the resonance area of the speakers to increase the punch and bass
  • Separate three-band wide range passive EQ, gain, drive, and volume knobs for Channel A and B
  • Two 1/4 in. speaker output jacks with 8 or 16 ohm options on the rear
  • Switchable phase from plus or minus
  • Tight switch on each channel switches the low frequency voicing from deep low to a shelved high pass filter
  • Smooth switch alters the voicing from bright and attacking to a smoother less high frequency style
  • Shift switch alters the mid frequency to a different position and provides a different EQ spectrum
  • A-B channel switching and Mix mode to combine channels are available options
  • Includes footswitch for A/B channel, Mix mode, and Effects switching
  • Effects loop and adjustable solid state digital reverb
  • The power amp section can be switched between two feedback loops, open and closed loop. For raw vintage sound or a more modern tighter sound
  • The output section can also be run at 33% of its total output power
  • Top mounted carrying handle

Product Specifications
Albion TCT50H Guitar Amplifier Head Specifications
  • Power: 50 watts
  • Valves:
    • 5x12AX7
    • 2x EL34 valves
  • Weight: 39 lbs
  • Size: 28 x 10 x 10 in

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  Warranty:  1 Year; Tubes-90 days
Sparky from Genoa City Wisconsin,
Overall Rating
Playability and Feel
True tone Monster
Your general opinion of this product.
All in all this amp is everything Steve Grindrod promises. You can achieve any Marshall, Bogner, or Saldano sound there is. It lives up to it's Boutique classification very well." WARNING" this amp is not for the novice or Metalhead. This amp is and was designed for the Mature player, who still has the ability to hear.
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
I actually, took one of my 2 amps apart. (Shhhh don't tell the warranty guy's) the build is total reminiscent of the original Marshall Mark II amps of the 60' and 70's of which I also had a few of them back then as well. Steve has done today what he was trying to do back then and modified the collective tones into 2 separate but also MIXABLE channels. If you can recall the old days when you had a second volume knob on your Marshall? this was the hidden secret of the Marshalls back then there were 4 inputs and to achieve total serenity you would jump the 2 channels together to get that squish sound. Well Steve has done that ability one better. Now you can actual mix both channels and control that level separately, giving you the most incredible sounding third channel. Which is also in the foot switch as well.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
The tones as I said before are incredible. There is a small learning curve in regards to this. The controls actually work. Reilly!! The mid control on channel 2 can get you the sound of any Marshall since the dawn of time.
How was the action out of the box?
How did the stain or paint job look?
The look is quite nifty as far as the Boutique influence. Very subtle but inspired design. Has a rich look. The pictures don't do it justice.
How has it stood up over time?
Only had these for a couple months. But had one 100 watter for over 2 years and no probs except changing tubes once in a while. It's a work horse.
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