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The earliest version of the Westminster were the V118 and V1181 models. The V118 and V1181 had 60 watts of power (120 watts peak), a slight uptick from the 50 watt rating of the AC-50 heads that powered the UK produced model. Within a year the 60 watt models were replaced by theV1182 Westminster head that featured 120 watt RMS (240 Peak) output stage.
The V118, V1181 and V1182 heads powered either a V418 or a V4182 Westminster bass enclosure that included an 18" Cerwin-Vega speaker.
The Westminster head had two channels. The Normal channel had volume, bass and treble conrtols plus a Top Boost switch. It was useful for guitar as well as bass. The Bass channel included only two controls, Volume and "Tone-X."