The second day of NAMM was full of highlights from Vox, Jam Pedals, Catalinbread, Synergy, Soldano, and more!
Soldano Custom Amplification SLO30
Legendary amp builder to the stars Mike Soldano of Soldano Custom Amplification came to NAMM with both an updated version of his classic SLO100 head (not shown) and a new 30-watt SLO30 head, which features half as many 5881 tubes as its big brother. Both amps have new DC warmers on the preamp tubes, which drastically reduces extraneous noise when they're dialed to high-gain sounds, and they also feature a newly optimized serial effects loop, standardized front-panel depth knob, and a front-panel channel toggle. The SLO100 goes for about $4,100, and the SLO30 starts at $2,400.