Tx-Watt Signature Series Amp

1. In our signature series , we have the artist in our studio/lab to test and chose from the following

a. Amp heads and/or combos

b. Choice of tubes

c. Speakers – types, models, sizes, how many, configuration

d. Cabinets – type, size, configuration, number and placement of speakers, cab materials

e. Cab coverings, types, colors, grill cloth, handles, piping and feet

f. Hard shell tour case size, colors and configuration

2. Our engineers then work with each artist in our studio/lab, to tweak/fine tune all sections of both the American and British tone stacks to suit the artists’ individual taste/preferences. Per our Patent pending circuitry, artist then has the ability to mix and match “their” custom configured American/British tone stacks in any of 48 combinations.

3. In the end, each artist leaves with a one of a kind amplifier, with every component tailored specifically for them.

Contact Us at info@tx-watt.com



We build our amps one at a time. They are hand wired, point-to-point, with no extra circuitry. They have one input jack, EL34 or 6L6 tubes, custom Tx-Watt-only transformers, custom Tx-Watt-only speakers, and solid pine custom cabinets. If you’re covering all the bases, you’ll want contiguous pine.

Circuitry? The guitar signal is either on a piece of circuitry, or it’s inside a tube.  Our amps have both British and American circuitry built in parallel, so you can mix and match the British/American sub circuits at will.   We also have a 4-position switch to toggle between gain circuitry. All told, it provides 48 discreet, hand wired, point to point, straight through, circuit combinations to build the tone stack.   Once you choose the circuitry then you have the familiar bass, mid, treble, pre-amp, main amp, and presence controls. We don’t emulate old analog sounds , we recreate British and American style tone stacks.  With nothing to restrict the signal, we go from lows you only feel to highs you only sense. My analog design expert calls it “angel’s breath” highs. If you have ever played an old Vox, you’ll know what I’m talking about. (NOTE: There is one non-analog part. For those who think rectifier tubes cause the sound to “sag,” we have a solid state, by-passable, rectifier circuit.)  Any and every notion is taken into account. Whether fact, urban legend, or just perceived MOJO, we skip nothing.


  1. Dale Penner

    The first time I heard TX-Watt amps I was immediately drawn in by how even the sound was across all strings and how big each note sounded. This amp is like nothing I’ve ever heard before.

  2. Smoky Brown

    Wonderful amps brought to you by a fantastic group of people. Their love of tones shines through in their work.

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