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Vox Berkeley III Super Reverb Amp & Speaker Cabinet

Vox Berkeley III Super Reverb Amp & 2x10" Speaker Cabinet
Black Tolex/Brown Diamond Grill Cloth
Pre-Owned 1970 - Very Good Condition

Thomas Organ viewed tube circuits as old fashioned and archaic. By mid 1966, the original US Vox tube amps were phased out and replaced with similar solid state version. The V-8 "Tube" Berkeley Super Reverb was replaced with the transistorized V1081 Vox Berkeley II. The Berkely II featured the same controls and features as the tube model. This model utilized germanium transistors in an 18 watt output section.

The V1083 Berkeley III Super Reverb was introduced in the 1968 catalog and featured a more powerful 32 watt amplifier section. The all transistorized Berekely III also added a second channel and included tremolo, reverb and MRB (Mid Range Boost).

The four ohm V4082 Berkeley II speaker cabinet and trolley had two 10" Vox "Gold Bulldog" speakers made by Oxford Speaker of Chicago IL.


  • Output Power V1083 - 35 watts (solid state)
  • 2 channel amp, 2 inputs each
  • Channel one: volume, treble, bass, reverb, tremolo speed and depth, E-tuner.
  • Channel two: volume, treble, bass, MRB.
  • Speakers: 2 Fender Blue "Special Design" 10" speakers  10L6-1 (replaced original Vox "Gold Bulldog" Oxford 10" speakers)

  • 8.5" H x 27" W x 9" D (head)
  • 17.5" H x 27" W x 9" D (speaker cabinet less trolley)

  • Original Amp and Cabinet covers, chrome swivel stand, foot pedal, connectors Included