These were available with a choice of Celestion "Blue" or Greenback speakers.
The new cabinets featured a different covering known as fawn Rexine, which was a sort of beige leathercloth with a subtle printed grain.The front baffle was now divided by a thin gold-toned strip with the upper valence covered in fawn Rexine, and the lower grille covered in brown diamond cloth.This amplifier differed from the standard offering in notable ways.First, the circuitry was constructed using old-fashioned tag strips.Ventilation was provided by three small brass vents on the top of the cabinet, and the TV-front's single suitcase type handle was replaced with three leather straps.
The Edge's almost-original Vox AC30/6 from 1964, housed in a '70s cabinet on stage.
The Vox AC30 is a guitar amplifier manufactured by Vox.
It was introduced in 1958 to meet the growing demand for louder amplifiers.
However, the EL34-powered AC30 was short lived, and a new AC30 version appeared in late 1959.
This second generation AC30/4 had two channels with two inputs, hence the "4" in the model name, and a single tone control, and was powered by a quartet of EL84 (6BQ5) power tubes, making it truly a doubling of the AC15 power amp circuit.
The AC30/4 also carried over the AC15's preamplifier circuit, which included the EF86 pentode in its "Normal" channel.