Picture courtesy of Tim Fletcher.
The Custom 15 seems to have evolved from the Scout, given a cosmetic make-over when Wem completed the transition from Watkins in 1964/65. It was rated at 15watts output through a 10" speaker. It retained the Dominator-like control panel and chassis with 2 x EL84, but gained a black cabinet decorated with aluminium front facing and an extra watt ! The Westminster and Clubman became smaller versions in the same livery.
Two additional variants were offered in 1967 - a
Super Custom 15, fitted with a 12" speaker and a Super de Luxe Custom 15 which
was fitted with a Goodmans Audiom 61 12" speaker. We have yet to come across any
examples of these. The Custom 15 was in the catalogues for three years, 1965 to
1967, but it is rare to find one of even the standard 10" speaker models today, suggesting that they didn't sell in large quantities.
A Custom 15 Musette Reverb was made in the mid-60s, yet anther version of the Custom 15 and equipped with spring-reverb and a "middle range curved cone" 12" speaker. This was intended for use with accordions.