george lynch

The module features a pair of 12AX7 tubes and adds an entire gain stage to your amp.

LegendaryTones today announced production availability of its new Lynch Mod, a 100% pure tube module designed to deliver expanded high-gain capabilities for numerous classic Marshall amplifiers. Created in collaboration with legendary guitarist George Lynch, the Lynch Mod adds an adjustable 100% pure tube gain stage with bass boost/cut control, all the while keeping note definition and articulation while further increasing sustain.

The Lynch Mod installs in minutes and requires no special tools or re-biasing of an amplifier. Simply insert the module into the middle V2 preamp position and immediately get the benefit of enjoying a hot-rodded amp that delivers all the pure harmonic character that comes with an added pure tube gain stage.

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Step Into the World of George Lynch

When we set out to feature George Lynch in our "PG Experience" series we knew we''d get exposed to a world that centers around gear and tone, we just didn''t realize how intense that experience would be. We''re talking desert air, aliens, impromptu bar jams and of course, lots of guitars, amps and effects. Below are the first videos in this series, check ''em out...


In this segment George talks about recording at his solar studio in the California desert.There''s something about the desert that helps George tap into mojo that just isn''t accessible in your typical studio. The dry air and the desolation offer an inspiring vibe while the setting itself is prime for wailing -- just imagine the sound of a wall of Randall Lynchbox 4x12''s echoing George''s licks against a canyon of boulders.
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Welcome to "PG Experience - George Lynch." This clip finds us in the CA desert at George's solar studio, a desolate but inspiring place where George likes to record his lead tracks. Premier Guitar's Brett Petrusek interviews George about his M.O. for tapping into desert mojo.



Welcome to "PG Experience - George Lynch." This clip finds us in the CA desert at George's solar studio, a desolate but inspiring place where George likes to record his lead tracks. Premier Guitar's Brett Petrusek interviews George about his M.O. for tapping into desert mojo.