Colby Amplification has announced it will reissue a line of Park guitar amps. The first Park by Colby Amplification amp will be a limited-edition “top-mount” Park 45 that uses KT66 tubes, vintage Piher resistors, and Phillips “mustard” capacitors all affixed to a brown Paxolin board with split turrets. Merrin “clone” transformers, laced wiring, McMurdo octal tube sockets. and EC Collins reproduction pinstripe grillecloth. The amp is also available as a 2×12 combo with Celestion G12M speakers.
There will be a number of other models, including the Park 45 head and combo, Park 50 head and combo, and the Park slant 4×12 cabinet. The construction and cosmetics will be the same as the originals including “banana knobs” and offset Park block logo. These amps will have the same topography and circuits as the originals, but with modern components. All Park amplifiers will be hand-wired in New York. Learn more at colbyamps.com.