Due to the demand on our couriers delivery times may be a little longer than usual, thanks for your understanding
Benson Monarch Amp head - Used
£1,399.00
or
 Out Of Stock
CLOSE
HAVE A QUESTION?
CLOSE
SHARE WITH A FRIEND

Enter your name, and your friends name and email address

CLOSE
PERSONALISE YOUR ITEM
CLOSE
BULK ORDER QUOTE
Stock Email

Benson Monarch Amp head - Used

£1,399.00 or
 Out Of Stock
UK Next day delivery
Fast shipping with trusted couriers, get it next day!
Free UK delivery over 99
What you see is what you will get!
WAYS TO PAY:
Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Visa Electron & Delta
Description

Rarely seen used Benson Monarch!

The Monarch is the flagship Benson Amp.  It features a unique British-American switch, simple yet highly versatile controls, and perfect range of power to be used both cleanly and pushed on the stage and studio without wearing out its welcome. 

The circuit design is 100% original, or actually maybe just a combination of 30 different amps Chris likes plus a few ideas of his own.  Either way, the resulting amplifier could be, and often is, the end of your search for perfect guitar tone. 

The Monarch was designed to make you consider ditching your drive pedals (though it takes pedals like a winner).  It was designed to have harmonics when clean, and clarity when it's pushed.  It is designed to transition from clean to compressed to distortion with a complete lack of harsh harmonics or weird resonances. 

We get asked constantly "What is the Monarch based on?".  Translation: "Which 60s/70s amplifier did you clone and tweak when you developed your product?".  It's a fair question...most builders do this, and that is fine.  We did something new, so there isn't a simple answer.  However, we can tell you where the Monarch falls in terms of sound and feel compared to existing amplifiers.

The Monarch was designed to fulfill the needs of players who:

Enjoy a Tweed Deluxe but find it could be lacking in punch and versatility

Enjoy a Top Boost AC15 or 30 but find the upper frequencies a little quacky and grating

Enjoy a Supro Thunderbolt but want more clarity and better harmonics

Think some boutique amps they have tried are too bright and/or lacking a certain something 'what is it called' tone that satisfies.

 
COMPARISON BASKET COMPARE