Silvertone 1484 Twin Twelve Pedal Exact Recreation of the Legendary Twin Twelve Amp

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In 1963, history was made with the release of the Silvertone Twin Twelve Amplifier.
Originally listed in the sears catalog as the 1484, the Twin Twelve was offered from 1963 to 1967
and became the most coveted of all the Silvertone amplifiers. The unique sound of this amplifier
proudly powers the tones of many of today’s best rock icons such as Jack White, Dave Grohl, Beck,
Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day), Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) and many more.
Today Jackson Audio and Silvertone make history again with the introduction of the 1484 Twin Twelve
An exact recreation of the legendary Twin Twelve amplifier, the 1484 Twin Twelve Pedal can be used
as a studio grade preamp, booster, EQ or overdrive depending on how the controls are set.
Bring back the classic Silvertone clean and overdriven tones and own the tone of legends.
Relive history with the 1484 Twin Twelve Pedal.

  • Input Impedance: 1M
  • Output Impedance: 100k
  • Power Supply: DC
  • Voltage Input: 9V
  • Polarity: Center Negative
  • Current Draw: 3
  • Dimensions: 5" x 4.5"

Jack White, Dave Grohl and Dan Auerbach are known fans of the original’s scuzzy ’60s amp tones

Silvertone is a storied brand in the history of American guitars, and now has partnered with Jackson Audio to replicate its cult classic Twin Twelve amp in pedal form.

Produced from 1963 to 1967, the Twin Twelve became Silvertone’s flagship amp. It was loosely based on Fender combos of the day, but cheaper components and construction gave it a (opens in new tab) – a sound that has since been employed by the likes of Jack White, Dave Grohl, Beck, Billie Joe Armstrong and Dan Auerbach.

Jackson Audio is aiming to bring this sound to a new generation, promising a meticulously replicated tone experience that can function as a studio grade preamp, booster, EQ or depending on how the tone controls are set.

Knobs for Volume, Bass, Treble and Gain make up that very control set, while the pedal runs from a standard 9V DC power supply.

Brad Jackson, President and CDO of Jackson Audio, claims, “If you play the two side by side, you can’t tell which is the original amp and which is the new pedal.”

Silvertone Product Manager Rick Taylor adds, “This pedal is another vital step in the revival of the iconic Silvertone name. And it’s just the start. We have more new products and accessories in the pipeline.”

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