A hot-rodded version of a classic British 18-watt circuit.

Burgaw, NC (November 22, 2019) -- Following on the success of the BlackOut Tweed Select Mojotone is excited to announce the release of the BlackOut British, an inspired take on the iconic British 18 Watters from the mid to late ‘60s, hot-rodded to the hilt for today’s demanding guitarists.

The Mojotone BlackOut British is modified with a high-gain lead channel with 3-knob EQ, vintage clean channel, and master volume control, Mojotone hand-wires these amps at their shop in Burgaw, NC, using Mojo Dijon capacitors, Heyboer power and output transformers, carbon-composition resistors and Alpha potentiometers, all packed into their world-class, finger-jointed 3/4” solid pine 1X12 cabinet covered in a “BlackOut Tweed” finish and loaded with a Mojotone British Series BV30.

The BlackOut British will be available exclusively on Reverb.com

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• Understand how to map out the neck in seven positions.
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