Friday, August 23, 2019

Amplifiers

Carr Telstar

Review: Carr Telstar

It’s widely assumed that power-valve pairs have to be identical, but this ingenious design from Steve Carr is changing the conversation. Time to mix and match…
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Synergy SYN-50 Review

Could a 50-watt valve head with switchable preamps from boutique makers be the cure for ‘too many amps’ syndrome?
1696 Combo Black Magick Reverb

Supro 1696RT Black Magick Reverb Review

Lenny Kravitz is not known as an amp designer, but he helped Supro with this reverbed-up recreation of Jimmy Page’s legendary studio favourite.
Bartel Amplifiers Roseland

Bartel Amplifiers Roseland Review

The man who was once the ‘Tone King’ has struck out on his own to build no-compromise guitar amps under his own name.

Supro 1685RT Neptune Reverb & 1699RH Statesman

The reborn Supro continues to push its ambitions beyond mere reissues of heritage amps – will these two all-new models convince us that the past has a future?

Two-Rock Bloomfield Drive Combo Review

If you like the idea of a Dumble-style amp with realistic power levels and a forgiving, player-friendly feel, this may be the Two-Rock for you.

DV Mark DV ‘Raw Dawg’ EG Review

Created for blues ace Eric Gales, this hybrid amp promises huge clean tones from a box the size of a sawn-off cereal packet.

Zilla Cabs Speaker Cabinets Review

If you need a speaker cabinet with a specific look, sound and size, getting one custom made might be more affordable than you’d imagine.

Blackstar Unity 250 & 500 Bass Amps Review

A range of brand-new bass combos introduces the Blackstar name to lovers of low frequencies. We look at the most powerful members of this united front…

Orange Terror Bass Review

Almost 10 years on from its introduction, Borehamwood’s finest resurrects the original lunchbox bass head for 2018.
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