Dayton, OH (July 15, 2009) -- Staco Energy recently teamed up with evolving supplier of vintage guitar amplifiers, Mojave Ampworks, to create the Dirty Boy amp. The Dirty Boy is the

Dayton, OH (July 15, 2009) -- Staco Energy recently teamed up with evolving supplier of vintage guitar amplifiers, Mojave Ampworks, to create the Dirty Boy amp. The Dirty Boy is the first amplifier at Mojave with a voltage regulator from Staco.  

Staco Energy is known for manufacturing voltage control, VAR compensation, and power supplies and solutions. In its more than seventy years of research, the company has developed features and proprietary processes that provide longer lasting and more reliable amplifier products. Victor Mason, Mojave Sales and Operations Director says Staco builds superior products, including high quality knobs and a lighter, smaller transformer that has excellent accuracy and is compact in size. The Dirty Boy amp features 100 watts and will be available for shipping this summer.

For more information, visit stacoenergy.com or mojaveampworks.com

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