Milkman CreamerThe Milkman Creamer 20 Amp may look like a standard Princeton Reverb, but aesthetics is pretty much where the the hard similarities end.

I mean, don't get us wrong... It's tones are definitely a Fender vibe, but it brings it's own thing to the table that none of the old amps did. Tim Marcus, the founder of Milkman Sound, didn't set out to clone the old Fender amps. He wanted to refine the circuits using modern techniques and superior components. Tim wanted to create an amp that has a balance between a perfectly voiced guitar tone with a fair amount of volume and portability. The old vintage low wattage guitar amps are certainly much loved, but sometimes you also need a bit more versatility and reliability on the gig. Click on one of the amps below to learn a lot more!

Output: 18 - 22 Watts Class AB Tubes: 2 x 12AX7, 1 x 12AT7, 2 x 6V6 (opt. 2 x 6L6), 5AR4
Speaker: 12" Jupiter Ceramic (opt. 2" Jupiter Alnico) Effects: Tube tremolo and spring reverb. Includes footswitch.
Dimensions & weight: 19-7/8" W x 16" H x 9-1/2" D, 32 lbs