Les Pauls, high-headroom British brawlers, and pulverizing pedals push Marcos Garcia into the Masters of Reality Iommi-sphere.

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“This is the loudest 50-watt amp mankind has ever known,” proclaims Garcia. The heavyweight is Bridge City Sound Steel Bridge. Originally the tone stack was loosely aiming for a Soldano circuit, but Garcia had it shifted into Marshall territory because it blends better with the Orange and Hiwatt midrange voices. (Amp designer Caleb Barton shut down Bridge City, but is creating new designs under the Barton High Voltage name.)


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