Fryette Introduces the Power Station

A level attenuator for controlling the volume of high-powered guitar amplifiers.

North Hollywood, CA (December 19, 2014) -- The Fryette Power Station is an easy-to-use reactive load coupled to a vacuum tube power amplifier that allows you to attenuate a high-powered guitar amp, or boost a low-powered guitar amp.

The Fryette Power Station serves as a level attenuator for controlling the volume of high-powered guitar amplifiers with none of the drawbacks of a conventional resistive or inductive attenuator.


  • Perfectly preserves the tone of the attenuated amplifier at any volume setting down to whisper level
  • Maintains dynamic feel and speaker response at any volume
  • Allows you to extend the voicing of any amplifier - a vintage amp can sound more modern, a modern amp more vintage, a dull sounding amp more alive, and a "spongy" amp can sound tighter, etc
  • Provides a post distortion effects loop for any amp whether or not it already has one
  • Silent, direct recording
  • Completely safe for any amplifier up to 150 Watts

Power Station provides every guitar player a variety of performing and recording solutions for every kind of playing or performing application or environment.

$599 street

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