Tremcaster''s latest are a P-90 equipped solidbody and a class-A 1x12 combo.

Akron, OH (April 3, 2011) -- Tremcaster Guitar Company has announced the release of their new Dual Ninety guitar, as well as the DoleSonic amplifier.

Dual Ninety
Featuring hand shaped bodies, matched Lindy Fralin P-90s, Schaller bridges and vintage style Gotoh tuners, the Dual Ninety guitars have a classic P-90 tone with a contoured lightweight body.

Features include an easy access truss rod, CTS and Switchcraft electronics, comfortable C neck profile with medium jumbo frets and a hand cut bone nut. Every Dual Ninety is hand sprayed in a classic custom color and completely set up prior to shipping. It retails for $1,195 including a padded gig bag.

The DoleSonic 12" true class-A tube amplifier features a handcrafted finger-jointed pine cabinet, vintage-sounding Jenson 12" speaker, JJ tubes and quality Switchcraft and Carlton components, these low wattage amps are designed to be ideal for the studio or stage.

With a three-way voicing switch, cathode bias design, two-way impedance switch and ability to accept different power tube set ups, the amp is designed to be flexible for all styles from country to rock.

Tremcaster also offers a variety of hand rubbed color hues and a varied selection of vintage style grille cloth covers at no additional cost. The DoleSonic retails for $999.

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