Burriss Amps Introduces the Dirty Red v2 Amplifier

Lexington, KY (January 14, 2012) – Burriss Amps is pleased to introduce the newest member of the company’s line of full-featured, custom, hand-wired tube amplifiers: the Dirty Red v2.

Lexington, KY (January 14, 2012) – Burriss Amps is pleased to introduce the newest member of the company’s line of full-featured, custom, hand-wired tube amplifiers: the Dirty Red v2.

The original Dirty Red, known for its intensity, tone and gain, was introduced in 2009 and quickly joined the Royal Bluesman from Burriss Amps as one of the company’s most well received heads.

Through some clever engineering, the new Dirty Red v2 maintains all the qualities of the original with added ability to convert the primary channel to play a warm, clean tone while the included Burriss Power Loop Pedal drives your pedals at instrument level; or, to switch between the original crunch and the new warm tone via the included Power Loop. You’ve never heard dirty sound so clean.

With a footprint of only 11.5” x 6.75” x 7.13” and weighing in at 12.7 lbs., the Class A DRv2 is a medium to high gain rock and roll machine with added twist of a channel switcher. With full EQ, the Power Loop, extremely flexible master volume, multi-tap outputs at 4, 8 & 16 ohms and a universal power supply, Dirty Red v2 has it all in a small, US built, hand-made package at an exceptional value.

The Power Loop foot-pedal that comes with the DR v2 provides control over the effects and provides front of stage power to drive multiple pedals at once.

See Burriss Amps at NAMM booth #5899.

For more information:
www.burrissamps.com

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