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Digging Deeper – Mar. 15 Ex. 8

Supro goes toe-to-toe with the Princeton and comes packing a bag of extra tricks.

Appealingly retro. Compact. Practical power-scaling functions. A great low-power pedal platform.

Natural overdrive can get a little soft and squishy when pushed hard (if you don’t like that sort of thing).


Supro Amulet


If current trends are any indication, lower stage and studio volumes are with us to stay, and Supro, in particular, has built a lot of low-power amps to serve this segment of the market. The Amulet is the latest in a line built to satisfy small-amp appetites and deal thick, vintage-leaning tone.

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Fig. 1

Let’s go under the hood of these legendary rockabilly machines and explore different ways to enhance a passive guitar system.

Welcome back to Mod Garage. Before we start, some good news! After finishing the relic’ing series, I was able to raise $650 from our Harley Benton guinea-pig guitar in an auction. The money went to our local animal shelter for cats and dogs, to help pay some vet bills.

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Rig Rundown: Ariel Posen [2023]

The silky smooth slide man may raise a few eyebrows with his gear—a hollow, steel-bodied baritone and .017s on a Jazzmaster—but every note and tone he plays sounds just right.

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