Here's where you can find gear that we don't normally carry. We're either not an official dealer for these items, or we have them in used. Either way, there's a lot of cool stuff here that we can't guarantee will be around for long!
This circuit has become a big sleeper hit on the vintage market. Many fine examples from the vintage era used differing output transformers. Aaron Wright uses a custom 2.6 ohm output transformer from Mercury Magnetics to properly match the impedance of the three Weber Alnico speakers. With this proper impedance match, Aaron is able to capture the great tone of the old 3 x 10" tweed amps, but with improved dynamics, feel and volume output. This has to be one of the best circuits to use for ES-335's. Pat Simmons and Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers have long favored this circuit for its warm but cutting distortion tone when cranked. "China Grove" all the way! BUT, it is also one of the greatest harp amps of all time. There is something that happens when 3 10" speakers in a triangle pattern couple together, very powerful, rich in midrange punch and very controllable when either coaxing feedback from a semi hollow guitar, or using a Green Bullet mic for harp. As with all tweed era circuits, the controls are highly interactive, so there are plenty of great "hidden" tones to coax out of this amp. Comes with a custom padded nylon cover from J&L covers.
|2.||Collings OM2H VN Custom|
|4.||Gibson 1982 Les Paul Standard|
|5.||Tungsten Mosaic 8" Combo Amp|
|6.||Gibson Les Paul Axcess Custom|
|7.||Weber Yellowstone Custom A Style Mandolin|
|8.||Gretsch Custom Junior Jet I with Grosh G90|
|9.||Tom Anderson Bulldog|
|10.||Seuf OH-18 Bass|