The Cambridge Reverb: Control Panel

A very early and rare V-3 Vox Cambridge Reverb tube amp with a silver upper control panel

The more conventional black upper and lower control panel of a V-3 Vox Cambridge Reverb tube amp

The control panel of a V1032 Vox Cambridge Reverb solid state amp

The Cambridge control panel shown at the top of the page was a from a tube Cambridge V-3 from late 1965. The tube Cambridge Reverb control panel in the center of the page was from 1966. The lower control panel is from a solid state V1032 Cambridge Reverb amp made in 1967.

The solid state Vox Cambridge Reverb control panel was similar to the tube Cambridge Reverb control panel. Each amp had a single channel with three 1/4" inputs, reverb and tremolo. The tube Cambridge Reverb differed by adding a standby provision to the power switch. It also had a 1/4" pedal jack rather than the six pin pedal jack shown above.

The V1032 Cambridge Reverb model included an "E-Tuner" on the rear control panel. This feature was not included on the V-3 or V1031 Cambridge Reverb..

North Coast Music manufactures many replacement and restoration

parts for the Cambridge Reverb under license from Vox. These parts are
available exclusively at North Coast Music. Some are shown below.


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