Tweed Pro® 5E5-A Style Combo Amplifier Kit

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$541.32 to $895.00
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Please read our article 'Mojotone Amp Kit Building Primer' along with our amp kit disclaimer located in the Specs tab before buying this kit.

Mojotone’s Tweed Pro Style Amp Kit is based on the ~20-30 watt wide panel model produced from 1955-1960. These amps had a unique flavor and came with a fat sounding 15 inch speaker that Mojotone’s Tweed Pro Style Amp Kit is based on the ~20-30 watt wide panel model produced from 1955-1960. These amps had a unique flavor and came with a fat sounding 15 inch speaker that helped create hallmark sounds for artists like Tom Petty and Tom Principato. This 5E5-A circuit saw the return of the negative feedback loop in Fender Tweed era amps, giving it a rich and full harmonic composure.


The amp utilizes two 6L6GC power tubes for 20 to 30 watts of extremely versatile sounding output that can either be creamy and clean or produce a warm grit. We chose the Jensen C15N 50 Watt 15 inch speaker to complement the 5E5-A style circuit since it has a tight low end with clear, bright highs and responds well to overdrive.


Global controls include presence, bass, and treble for a multitude of sonic variations. There are two channels, bright and normal, and each has two inputs. The normal channel is more tame with a slightly warmer overall sound, while the bright channel has more aggressive highs and breaks up slightly faster. These inputs can not only be used in a traditional fashion but can also be ‘jumpered’ together and blended, via their dedicated volume controls, for even more sound options.

  • Class Type:AB All Tube Amplifier
  • Output:~20-30 Watts
  • Circuit:5E5-A
  • Bias Type:Fixed Biased
  • Build Time:~6 hours
  • Preamp Tubes:JJ ECC83/12AX7 (2), JJ 12AY7 (1)
  • Output Tube(s):JJ 6L6GC (2)
  • Rectifier Tube:JJ 5U4
  • Transformers:Power - Bassman Power (MOJO752EX), Output - Super/Bandmaster/Pro (MOJO769), Choke (MOJO777)
  • Speakers:Jensen C15N 15" 8 ohm Speakers (1)
  • Cabinet:Tweed Pro 1x15 Combo Cabinet
  • Hardware:Tweed Pro Small Parts Kit, Tweed Pro Chassis, 10' Install Power Cord

Disclaimer: Some of the parts contained in this kit are subject to availability.

Mojotone reserves the right to change or substitute any and all of the parts contained in this amplifier kit without advertisement or notification to the buyer. Part substitutions made by Mojotone are guaranteed not to affect the integrity or operation of your amplifier kit. Time estimates listed are from start to finish. If you are new to tube amplifiers, additional time may need to be factored.

When purchasing a kit from Mojotone, you will receive the following documentation.

1. Schematic

2. Wiring Diagram / Layout

Our beginner level kits such as the tweed champ and tweed deluxe include a manual. If you purchase a kit from Mojotone and do not receive these documents, you can obtain copies by emailing or calling 800-927-6656. The Mojotone staff is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST unless otherwise closed.

Mojotone kits include the best quality parts that are available at the time of purchase. If a substitution is required, our team will use parts that are of equal quality to ensure the integrity of the kit build remains the same.

Building a fully functional amplifier kit is not an easy task. Before building a kit, one should have the ability to properly solder as well as read and understand a schematic and wiring diagram. While we do our very best to ensure all documentation is current, the included documentation is meant to serve as an overall guide to building the amplifier. Simply following the schematic and wiring diagram does not guarantee you will have a fully functional amplifier. In fact, post build troubleshooting is a common issue across all builds.

Our staff is available to assist with basic troubleshooting needs. There are plenty of online videos available that are helpful with most post build issues. Technical staff is available via email by sending a message to You may also call our sales team to discuss build problems, dial 800-927-6656 and press 1 for sales.

Building a tube amplifier takes time, dedication, resources and most importantly... Skills! The experience of building an amp can come with some frustration, the reward of completing the build is definitely well worth your time. Please review the wiring diagram, schematic and manual (if applicable) prior to making your purchase. Mojotone will not accept any returns on amplifier kits and/or parts that have been assembled, soldered or modified.

This amp kit also comes with the following documents. Please feel free to view and/or download them:

Tweed Pro Schematic
Mojotone Tweed Pro Wiring Diagram

Click HERE to view an image of this chassis completed in accordance with the schematic provided above.

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2/17/2021 1:42 pm

great job supporting a product bought sight unseen over the internet and assembled by some knuckleheads in Texas

by anonymous

Posted this earlier to your support page but here it is again. Back in the 60's my Dad heard a Fender Pro. He always said it was the best sounding amp he'd ever heard and wanted one but never could afford it. So he bought a MOJO kit. Unfortunately, at 80 years of age, his electronic skills aren't what they used to be. So he never assembled it. after two years, I wrangled it from him and with a friends help started putting it together. We reached a point where we were stumped. So I contacted MOJO tech support and they did a great job of diagnosing our build and isolating the problem. They expressed mailed the replacement part and once it arrives I'm expecting to finally get that beautiful Tweed Tone singing through the single 15. You guys did a great job supporting a product bought sight unseen over the internet and assembled by some knuckleheads in Texas. My only problem now is whether to give this back to the old man and buy one for myself or just keep it!