Amplifiers

FTR 37

Capturing and exceeding some of the best tones offered by our favorite amp from Fullerton and our favorite amp from England, the FTR 37 from 1 to 10 can produce the most pure and bodied clean tones, to varying degrees of medium and over-the-top types of complex and full-bodied overdrive...

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EDT 13/29

We start with the basic SJT 10/20 format and first change the entire back end of the amplifier, both the
circuit and the output iron and choke to accommodate using a pair of KT66s, and KT66s specifically because they produce a really nice American amp style of clean with more of a glassy/shimmery type of high end...

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CJ 11

When asked, by Corky James, amongest others, "Can you take my favorite 1959 tweed amp from Fullerton and instead of the controls being Volume Volume Tone make it Volume Treble Bass, give it more clean headroom, a wider range of usable overdrive...

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RSA 23

Combining the best attributes of several of our favorite British amplifier formats, the RSA 23 presents a truly unique and stand-alone sonic signature rarely heard before. From the speed, sensitivity and dynamics of our favorite EL84 amp from England, to the midrange punch and aggressive drive...

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BTR 23

Keeping in the well established tradition of the RSA 23, the BTR 23 (Developed for Brian Ray of Paul McCartney's band) retains the truly unique and stand-alone sonic signature of the well established RSA 23, combining the best attributes of several of our favorite British amplifier formats...

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RSA 31

Refined and voiced closer to our favorite EL84 30 Watt amplifier from England, the RSA 31 offers a little more pronounced midrange and is a little more aggressive than the ERT 33, but still retains a tight, punchy lower end...

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JJS 31

With an overly stout and painstakingly developed power supply made to accommodate two sets of power tubes, the JRT 9/15 became one of the popular amplifiers offered by Divided by 13, and for good reason, IT SOUNDS HUGE. Keeping with that style of power supply...

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JRT 9/15

Two amps in one? With an overly stout and painstakingly developed power supply made to accommodate two sets of power tubes, the JRT 9/15 offers the biggest sound in a low wattage amplifier heard to date...

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SJT 10/20

Keeping in the tradition and the voicing of its big brother, the FTR 37, the 10/20 offers a few exclusive features making it ideal for smaller gigging and recording situations. The 10/20 offers 20 Watts in the Class AB1/A mode, and 10 Watts in the Hard Class A mode for more of your 50's style Tweed tones...

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LDW 17/39

The LDW 17/39 offers all of what is described in the JJN 50/100 but runs "Class A" in the 17 watt lower power mode giving the player that classic creamy "Class A" overdrive with smooth compression offering a new twist to the wide range of, but improved upon, sounds we've come to expect from our favorite amplifiers from England...

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JJN 50/100

>The JJN 50/100 offers a wide range of the sounds we've come to expect from several models of our favorite amps from England, from the mid 60s through the mid 80s, but with extended and tighter available low end, more variable and refined midrange...

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AMW 39

The new AMW 39 is an amplifier we were asked to developed that would be made small enough to fit on top of our 2x12D and deliver the same sound and performance as the LDW 17/39. it is the same amplifier as the LDW, "shortened" and with the "half power" functioned removed...

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CCC 9/15

By taking the front end (preamp) "Flexibility" of the CJ 11 with it's more traditional tone arrangement of volume (with pull gain/mid boost), treble, bass, and master volume and combining it with the JRT 9/15's "Switchable", by toggle...

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RPB 19/37

I am now proud to announce that the SJT 37 has been re-released as the RPB 19/37. Like the JRT 9/15, the RPB 19/37 has 2 sets of power tubes that you can switch between via the toggle in front, producing 19 watts with 2 6V6GTs...

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TBL 200

Addressing the issues of maintenance costs and practicality involved in owning a large tube bass amp, efforts were made to design an amp that not only captured and exceeded the tones offered by our favorite large tube bass amp...

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FTR 100

The FTR 100 is one of our two new bass amplifiers, though the 100 watt can be used quite adequately for guitar as well. I made these amps to be more suited for what i call "bass guitar" players rather than "electric bass" players...

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RDT 200

The RDT 200 is one of our two new bass amplifiers. I made these amps to be more suited for what i call "bass guitar" players rather than "electric bass" players - guys that may also play with a pick and need the amp to be a little more "urgent" and with a little more "hair" and "distortion", and that like to be more dynamic and expressive, players...

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