December 2016

East Amplification

ARTICLES

SNAMM '16 - East Amplification Duality Series Demos

July 22, 2016
PG's Ask Amp Man debuts a whole new line of tube amps that are available in a 20-, 30-, 40- and 50-watt versions.
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Summer NAMM 2016: Editors' Picks – Day 3

June 25, 2016
We scoured the NAMM floor during the final day to dig up some wicked-cool gear from Wampler, Chase Bliss, B.A. Ferguson, JAM Pedals, and more.
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GALLERY: Summer NAMM 2016 Day 3

June 25, 2016
The final day of NAMM is in the books and here's a final look at the latest and greatest from the show floor.
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NAMM '16 - East Amplification Duality Series Demo

January 23, 2016
Ask Amp Man mastermind Jeff Bober introduces a new 30W combo loaded with EL84s.
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NY Amp Show '11 - East Amplification Theater 30 Demo

June 22, 2011
PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location at the 2011 NY Amp Show, where he visits the EAST Amplification room. In this segment, we see and hear a demo of EAST Amplification's newest amp, the Theater 30.
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East Amplification Studio2 Amp and 1x10 Cab Review

October 20, 2010
Versatility at manageable volumes
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NY Amp Show '10 - East Amplification Studio 2 Demo

June 8, 2010
PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location for the 2010 New York Amp Show where he visits the East Amplification room. In this segment, we get to check out East Amplification's Studio 2. The Studio 2 is a full-featured 2-watt head with a matching 1x10 extension cabinet. The Studio 2 features controls for Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Presence and Master Volume. Bober says that the amp's features give it a versatile tone that can go from clean to near-metal, hitting Pete Townshend and Larry Carlton-style sounds in between. The amp has a 5U4 rectifier, three 12AX7s and two 12AT7s in a push/pull configuration, making it "sound huge at 2 watts." The amps are hand built to order.

The Studio 2 also features an internal load with variable line out. This allows the amp to be run sans speaker and connected via the line out directly to the effects loop return or front end of a higher powered amp, enabling the amp to reproduce its signature tone at increased volume levels.
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