The imported Evil Robot-C30 offers more features at a more affordable price point

Los Angeles, CA (March 6, 2012) – Tone Americana announced today the new Evil Robot-C30. Distributors have been asking for this model since the USA model launched in 2010. The imported Evil Robot-C30 offers more features at a more affordable price point.

The Evil Robot-C30 features 30-watt Class A power section complete with cooling fan, power on switch and a three function toggle switch for Standby, 18W, and 30W operation. The front end includes two switching channels with independent volume controls having a range from classic rock and blues, to country and jazz. In addition, the Evil Robot-C30 comes with a unique '50s-style vibrato, a master volume, and old school, chicken head knobs. On the back end, the combo amp features an external speaker out, impedance selector and remote foot switch connector for A and B channels and Vibrato. The Evil Robot-C30 also features industrial ear tuned transformers and a custom 12” speaker customized specifically for an older vintage style tone. All weighing in at under 28 lbs and selling at an MSRP of $899.

To achieve the design and tones of the Evil Robot-C30, Tone Americana sought the help of recognized designer/engineer, John Kasha who was responsible for sourcing, quality control and manufacturing of the Evil Robot-C30 overseas. Kasha Designs was also responsible the original classic Evil Robot hand wired USA models including the Combo, Head and 2x12 Speaker Cabinet and Reverb Pedal.

In acknowledgement for his contribution, each Evil Robot bears the name of Phil X. Phil works extensively with Fretted Americana as the host of over 300 videos produced to demonstrate, promote and sell the inventory of Fretted Americana. A constant fixture in the L.A. music scene, it was Phil who filled the shoes of Richie Sambora during the last Bon Jovi tour.

Watch Tone Americana's video demo featuring Phil X:

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