Milbert Amplifiers Announces the GAGA D-15 Tube Amp

July 16, 2014
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Milbert Amplifiers announces production of the GAGA D-15 tube guitar amplifier, fourth in the growing line of Guitar Artists' Guitar Amplifiers. Based on the revolutionary GAGA 90 and offering similar features and functions, the "domestic" model GAGA D-15 provides from 1/2 watt up to 15 watts full power audio output, disarmingly light 11 pounds total weight, and 120V / 240V mains input.

GAGA D-15 may be upgraded to the domestic GAGA D-30 model, the domestic GAGA D-60 model, or to the international model GAGA 90. The upgradeable nature of GAGA Amplifiers, unprecedented in guitar power amplification, extends already extreme versatility and furthers good investment into the future.

Important features common to GAGA Amplifiers include:

Patented technologies

Non-traditional audio output transformer

Disarmingly light-weight, yet providing high-power capability

Ability to play over 1.6 million combinations of tubes

Adjustable Headroom for more distortion at low volumes (down to 1/2 watt)

Auto-Everything that auto-biases all tubes

Auto-Impedance and Blow-Proof universal speaker outputs

Advanced, regulated power supplies

Greatly extended tube lifetimes and Auto-Standby

P3-Ready 9V high-current phantom power for pedals and active pickups

Upgradeability throughout the amplifier series

Hallmark hugely marked knobs offering obvious, direct, intuitive control

Esoteric, high-end audio pedigree

Made in USA with top-quality throughout

Uniquely, GAGA Amplifiers eliminate all traditional transformers and bulky magnetics, audibly and measurably unleashing the purest possible tube performance - to delighted artists' reviews. Michael Milbert describes GAGA Amplifiers as "resoundingly unique" and "genuinely new kinds of tube guitar amplifiers for the new age."

$1,950 street, available directly from http://milbert.com/gaga

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