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Gosh Introduces the Problem Solver

Gosh Problem Solver amp

Expanding its line of boutique guitar products, Gosh Amplification has introduced the Problem Solver 50-Watt all-tube amp head.

The single-channel Problem Solver amp excels at capturing the iconic sounds of the British 2204 circuit but adds a new level of versatility and tone-shaping capability. The Problem Solver offers a unique 4-position rotary AGE switch located on the amp’s back panel that allows you to adjust your tone stack and select the sonic profile of different eras: ’63, ’66, ’81, and ‘23. The back panel also includes a special Mid Boost toggle switch for adding highs and mid-range punch.

The amp’s front panel offers familiar options – Presence, Bass, Middle, Treble, Master, and Gain controls – along with the Problem Solver’s special Depth control, which allows you to precisely shape your low-end articulation and tightness.

Featuring a time-tested tube configuration -- 2 x EL34 power tubes and 3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes– the Problem Solver is designed to deliver huge flexibility in a professional-grade, user-friendly package. Beyond paying tribute to rock ‘n’ roll classics, the Problem Solver intends to thoroughly celebrate timeless tone, and it's hand-wired to meet the needs of today's musicians who wish to explore a new era of sonic possibilities.

The Problem Solver offers the following features:

  • 50-watt all-tube head, hand-wired in the USA
  • 4-way AGE Voicing Switch: explore iconic tones spanning different eras -- ’63, ’66, ’81and ’23 -- with ease
  • Mid Boost Switch: elevate your highs and mids for enhanced solo performance
  • Depth Control: sculpt your low-end frequencies for a fuller, more dynamic sound
  • Intuitive EQ: redesigned layout for precise tone shaping and ease of use
  • 2 x EL34 power tubes, 3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • Mercury Magnetics transformers
  • Bias test points on chassis for easy biasing and tube swaps
  • 4, 8, and 16-ohm impedance selector switch

Gosh Problem Solver | PG Plays

The Problem Solver Amp is available for a street price of $2,800 and can be purchased directly from the Gosh Amplification website.

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