Stompboxtober Day 27: Revv G3

Enter here for your chance to WIN a Revv G3! Giveaway Ends October 28, 2021.


G3

Revv Amplification's Purple Channel 3 is one of the most unique tones in modern amps. Extremely tight & clear with the right amount of saturation for any situation. Now that tone is available to everyone in an amp in a box format that's versatile & feels great under the fingers.

Plays nice with:
Combos, Heads, Pedalboard Rigs, in Effects Loops, w/ Cab Modeling.

Form Factor:
Small Single-Space Enclosure, Standard 9v Power (center negative 9v external power supply only), Durable Construction, Top-Mounted Jacks, Blue LED, Laser Etching.

Mix-Ready --- Smart filtering keeps lows tight & highs present with no mud or ice.

Feels Great --- Constant revisions ensured Revv pedals have inspiring attack & bloom, like your favorite amp.

Versatile --- Fat and warm or tight & bright. Heavy amp-like saturation or light overdrive.

Integrates Into Any Rig --- "Amp in a box" in front of a clean amp, another flavor of gain with a multi-channel amp, easy traveling, great studio tool, works great with analog & digital.

Revv Amplification
$229

Fitted and non-fitted risers and frames designed to work with popular effects pedals and pedalboards.

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Though not the first, the Charlie Christian pickup was at the vanguard of the shift to electric guitars.

It’s easy to gripe about change, but us guitarists have always had to embrace new technology.

California has always been the place of dreams for young Americans: Hollywood, surf music, pop music, psychedelia, hot rods, biker culture, and glam metal. The Golden State’s only real pop-culture competition has traditionally been New York City, and we know that the beaches and forests are better on the Pacific side. Recently, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order requiring that, starting in 2035, all new passenger cars and light trucks sold in the state must be zero-emissions vehicles. Once again, Cali leads by example, and what once was unthinkable becomes reality. Strangely, this EV revolution reminds me of the emergence of the electric guitar.

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