The Park 45/100 is a newly built limited-edition version of the "100" watt amps made famous in 1966 by such players as Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix at Monterey, early Pete Townshend and Malcolm Young. It is a more powerful Park 45 with four KT66s in a bigger head cabinet with huge transformers and high voltages that produces guitar tones like no other amp. Its sound is full and harmonically rich with a big bottom end that bloom as notes are sustained. It has a wonderful sound of its own that is not as tight or aggressive compared to the later 100W amps produced from 1967 and later. Only ten of these limited amps will be made by Mitch Colby in his New York workshop. This is THE DEFINITIVE recreation of this unique and special amplifier.