A vintage germanium transistor sits at the heart of the Mach 4 version of the popular stompbox.
The RevivalDRIVE emulates the circuitry of a tube amp to deliver classic British and American amp tones.
The company claims the HG410 is the lightest and smallest 4x10-inch bass cabinet you can buy.
Crafted with woods over a hundred years old, this two-stringer produces tones reminiscent of the cigar box guitars of the early 20th century.
Wear Your Music upcycles strings from famous guitarists into sustainable arm candy—and it's all for charity.
The LB-2 is a passive load box that can be used with amp heads up to 100 watts.
The Fernweh Multi Echo features two stacked delays with individual controls for a wide range of textures.
The bass draws from the designs of the original Hyperion guitars, and you can swap tonewoods, pickups and finishes.
The AMP1 Mercury Edition puts a 100-watt, four-channel amp head into a stompbox.
And that's not a bad thing. The Red Ghost produces massive distortion tones that go from haunted wails to earth-shattering growls.