Let's have a sale. Take 10% off your order with coupon code GLITCH

Natalie Amp Kit

45W, 1×12, 2×12 or head. Complexity: 3


Pilot Lamp * 

Pilot Lamp

Cab Configuration * 

Cab Configuration

Line Voltage * 

Line Voltage

Cab Covering * 

Cab Covering

Grill Cloth * 

Grill Cloth

Piping * 


Handle * 


Control Panel * 

Control Panel

A La Carte

A La Carte

Output Transformer

4-6V6 circuit. Chassis is 6M45 size. Features full tone stack with master volume and Presence.

NOTE ABOUT OUTPUT TRANSFORMER: We are out of stock on the WOT45 output transformer for this kit. We have included the option to choose to have it deleted altogether, or the choice to keep it on backorder – we’ll send them out as soon as we have them, but we have no firm timeframe of arrival.)

If you would like this kit assembled for you by one of our techs, you can email your request HERE. for a build quote.


• View Cab Covering options •
• (uses 6M45 cab) View All Cabinet Dimensions •

Thank you for your interest in Weber Amplifier Kits. We would like for you to read the following information so you are aware of some of the issues involved with building an amp kit.

• We provide a layout and a schematic, but we do not include step by step assembly instructions.
• Troubleshooting advice can be found in the Kitbuilding section of the Forums
• Kits with cabinets ship as one complete shipment.
• Lead time for kits is at least 4 weeks and ebbs and flows with the world’s production/supply.
• All kits are shipped with signature required for delivery.

Please Read: The complexity of Weber kits ranges from very simple to extremely complex. We do not recommend anyone attempting to build any of our kits that are rated at 3 or higher in complexity unless you have the assistance of a qualified amp builder or electronics technician. Because of the sensitivities to wire placement, grounding schemes, and other parts related issues, troubleshooting the potential malfunctions and noises can be very frustrating without the experience and knowledge. All Weber amplifier kits have lethal voltages that are present even after power is removed. You must exercise extreme caution when working with high voltages. Before ordering any of these kits, you should look over the schematics and layouts provided for each kit to ensure there is enough information for you to feel comfortable building the kit. Click here for an explanation of complexity ratings.

• Check out some photos of kits built by our customers
• BOM (Bill Of Materials) for all kits we offer (MS Excel format)
• Forums

“Hey guys, these kits aren’t Lego™ sets. They require some thought, experience, and the correct tools. If you do not think you have the time, ability, nor tools to do this, maybe this isn’t for you right now. If you still want to build one of our kits, but are a little uncertain, please enlist the aid of a qualified tech.” — Ted Weber.

FINE PRINT: Weber kits are sold only with the guarantee from the buyer, builder, and subsequent seller that no trademarked names or company logos other than Weber or the builders name will be placed anywhere on the kit. By clicking the submit button on the order form, the buyer is certifying his or her compliance with this agreement and guarantee. Failure to comply may result in legal action by the owner of the logo or trademarked name. Buyer agrees to absolve Weber of any legal liability which may result from noncompliance of the agreement.


1 review for Natalie Amp Kit

  1. David (verified owner)

    This was my 14th amp build, mostly Weber kits. Based on an earlier experience with the 5E3X2 kit with a quad of 6V6s, I decided to go with the Natalie. This amp sounds great! As with most kits, it is necessary to be flexible and accept that some adjustments have to be made. I found that using 1" instead of 3/4" spacers work better to mount the board. This helps clear the tube sockets. The pilot indicator broke, so had to source an actual Marshall unit. And, the impedance selector switch is so large that it touches one of the power tube sockets! I had to source a smaller switch (from Mojotone). i used 1 Ohm 1% 1W resistors on pin 1 of the power tubes so I could measure bias more conveniently. The resulting amp is wonderful. I’m obsessive about getting the best high headroom clean tone and this amp delivers. It’s loud and clean and takes pedals beautifully.

Add a review