boutique guitar amplifiers News for April 25 2017

12 CRANKED Guitar Amps Comparison on a TELECASTER

3 Monkeys The Orangutan, ENGL Screamer 50, Fender Bassbreaker 18/30, Roland BluesCube, Bugera Vintage V22, Koch Twintone Mk3, Dr.Z Galaxie, Vox …

Trillium Amplifiers

Trillium Amplifier Company makes the finest boutique guitar amplifiers available today. Trillium amplifiers have been designed and constructed to ensure exceptional sound and a lifetime of faithful service. Our designs are born out of the desire to make the most tonally rich and visually appealing amplifiers possible. Unlike most amplifiers that are relegated to basement or back room, our amplifiers are worthy of display and are destined to become a familiar part of your surroundings. The uncompromising artistic beauty of the cabinetry and the truly brilliant sound of the amplifier are intended to satisfy even the most discriminating musician.

Roundup: Nine 1×12 Combo Amps

Whether it’s a 5-watt practice rig or a 50- or 100-watter for stage use, a workhorse combo always seems to be the go-to choice for the situation. Combos come in so many varieties now, from single-channel retro types to multi-channel fire-breathers with closed-back cabinets to digital modeling combos that pack dozens of amps and effects for those who want it all in one convenient package. We tested these amps with a variety of humbucker and single- coil guitars from Gibson, Fender, PRS, Fernandes, Fano, and others, and evaluated them all for tone, flexibility, and quality of construction. THE DREAM WEAVER CONJOINS FOUR AMPS INTO A KIND OF SUPER GROUP combo that aims at replicating many of the guitar sounds you’ve heard on classic rock records. The Dream Weaver combo is pricey, but when you consider that you’re getting the equivalent of four hand-wired amps in one package it starts to sound like a bargain.×12-combo-amps/…

Vintage Guitar® magazine

1965 Marshall Model 1973 “18 Watter” 2×12 Combo($8,000 to $10,000)This small Marshall makes a big, crunchy sound, and has earned a major cult following in the process. 1966-’69 Marshall Super Lead($7,000 to $8,900 custom color)Several models have contributed to the Marshall mystique, but the Super Lead was undeniably the big boy of them all – the amp that took genuine rock stars onto the big stage. 1965-’66 Kitchen-Marshall JTM45With an alternative look and badge, these creations by Marshall for the Kitchen Music chain in North London often included minor circuit twists, and were among earlier Marshalls to use EL34 output tubes. 1987-’89 Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555 Full Stack($4,000 to $5,300)To celebrate its 25th anniversary in 1987, Marshall blended several elements of its vintage and contemporary amp designs and covered it all in silver, to make what many consider a modern classic. 1965-’66 Marshall JTM50 Model 1963 PA Head($3,800 to $4,600)Can’t get your hands on a 50-watt Lead amp? Turns out the Marshall PA head did much the same trick, for a little less cash – as many players quickly discovered.

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