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Photos from the New York Amp Show

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Photos from the New York Amp Show
Jeff McErlain lays down some tasty blues licks through a Bogner Duende combo. Behind him is Bogner’s new Alchemist head and cab, featuring two channels and a switchable power section from 20 to 40 watts.


Photos from the New York Amp Show
Led by moderator Michael Ross (R), this year’s Tone Wizards panel discussed everything from where tone originates to the best way to hook your effects up to an amp. The panel was followed by a short Q&A, allowing several lucky guitarists to receive personalized tone tips from the builders themselves. From L to R, Obeid Kahn of Reason Amplifier Co., Moss Hudson of Brown Note, Richard Goodsell of Goodsell Amps and Alfonso Hermida of Hermida Audio Technology.


Photos from the New York Amp Show
With Snake Skin Tolex and a black grill cloth, Retro-King’s 18-Watt Combo definitely turned heads. A replica of Marshall’s 1966 18-watt lead combo, this amp is completely custom built and sounds amazing. Featuring two channels/four inputs, EL84 power tubes and 1 NOS EZ81 preamp tube, this combo will take you back in time.


Photos from the New York Amp Show
A player stomps his way through 33 pedals from a wide variety of manufacturers, including Analog Man, Zvex, Mad Professor, Keeley, HipKitty and Voodoo Lab. The entire run was powered by two 1-Spots from Visual Sound. Completely wired with Solid Cables and using as many true bypass pedals as possible, the Pedalboard from Hell produced relatively little tone suck.

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