Louis Electric Introduces the Gattone Amp

The 35-watt 2x12 combo was designed in tribute to the late Danny Gatton.

Bergenfield, NJ (May 5, 2014) -- Louis Electric Amplifiers announced today a new addition to a well-established line of boutique amplifier products. Originally designed as a tribute to the legendary styling of Danny Gatton, the Gattone is the perfect amplifier for any playing style. Its cabinet construction contains no baffle board, which makes for a tighter bottom end even at louder volumes. The lush reverb and tremolo along with it classic cosmetics make it ideal for all styles. The Gattone is an extremely versatile amp.

The Gattone as you would expect has a very present high end, honky and throaty midrange, and has a spanking low end. The Gattone has a good amount of headroom and consistently performs in any situation and is a very portable and gig friendly amp. Your Tele's, Gretsch's, and Strats will love amp. And don't forget your Les Paul.


  • Power output: 35W
  • Speaker: 2-Celestion G10 Vintage
  • Speaker load: 4 ohms
  • Controls: volume, treble, middle, bass, reverb, speed, intensity.
  • Two inputs
  • Pre Amp: 3-12AX7, 1-12AT7
  • Output Tubes: 2-6L6
  • Rectifier: 5AR4

Suggested Retail Price: $2,595

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