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Carr Amplifiers Unveils the Super Bee

Carr Amplifiers Unveils the Super Bee
Carr Amplifiers Unveils the Super Bee

A modern interpretation of a few of Fullerton's greatest hits.

Pittsboro, NC (December 9, 2020) -- Nested in Classic Black Face Super Reverb Fullerton sounds with all the usable power needed for great tone and great fun!


Features:

  • Super Seductive, Super Rocking, Super Black Face inspired swagger sporting current production 6BeeM8 power tubes.
  • 10 watts (the new 100) plus built-in attenuator for late night flying
  • 3 position Sting switch taking you thru an alternate reality of Black Face tones - extra scooped beauty - center Fullerton strut - heated 70s CBeeS.

The Super Bees’ EZ81 tube rectifier yields lively bounce while enhancing the amplifiers emotional buzz. Suitable for home or afield.

1-10 compact combo $2430

1-12 combo $2490

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