boutique guitar amplifiers News for April 30 2017

D-lab advice building boutique tube amps How to Classic guitar design shop

I have been asked this question many times. ” Should I get into building custom tube amps”? I’d say yes, however some thought should be invested into the big …

Boutique Amps | Guitar Collector | Best Amplifier Builders

Gear Collector offers the best boutique amps from the best amplifiers builders around. We carry Benson Amps, XITS, Fargen, Exclusive Amps, J Design & more.
https://gearcollector.com/shop/boutique-amps

Guitar Amplifiers | Vintage and New – Vintage Guitar Boutique

We’ve a large range of New and Vintage Amplifiers for any budget available to try in store or buy online.
https://www.vintageguitarboutique.com/collections/amps

Tonetronix Boutique Guitars, Effects Pedals, Amplifiers

We’ll breathe life back into that tired treasure! We also specialize in the repair of Stringed Instruments and Pro Audio equipment. If you would like to send a unit in for electronic repair, you can fill out our Electronic Repair Form include it with your item to be repaired, and send it on its way. For all speaker repair issues, please use our Speaker Repair Form.
www.tonetronix.com

Welcome to Thunderbolt Amps.com

Thunderbolt Amplification Manufactures Custom Made Boutique Guitar Amplifiers Speaker Enclosures and Effects pedals
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Dave’s Corner: Boutique Amp Guide Part II

Feel free, even so, to suggest boutique amp makers that you’d like to see covered in the comments below. Rather than copying or updating the classics, like so many boutique makers do, Steve Carr of North Carolina’s Carr Amplifiers has long been dedicated to devising inspiringly original circuits and amp designs to achieve great tone and superb functionality for today’s guitarist. The quest to achieve authentic tweed tone in a new amp available to today’s players led Mark Baier to found Victoria Amp Company just outside Chicago in 1994. The Victoria stable runs the gamut of “Narrow-panel” tweed amp models, from the Champ-esque 518 to the high-powered Twin-style 80212, while also doing a great rendition of the fabled late-’50s Gibson GA-40 Les Paul amp in its Electro King combo. Dave Hunter is a writer and musician who has worked extensively in the USA and the UK. The author of The Guitar Amp Handbook, Guitar Effects Pedals, Guitar Amps & Effects For Dummies, The Gibson Les Paul and several other books, Dave is also a regular contributor to Guitar Player and Vintage Guitar magazines.
https://reverb.com/news/daves-corner-boutique-amp-guide-part-ii

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