The expanded Fuchs product line now includes amplifiers from one through three channels, and power outputs ranging from 7 through 150 watts. All models are now available in both head and combo formats. New for 2006 are combo versions of the Lucky-7 and Blackjack-21 models as well as a 112 combo version of their Train-45. Fuchs will also be showing the new Tripledrive Supreme combos, available in 112, 212 or 410 configurations. Numerous Fuchs endorsers are expected to appear and/or visit the booth throughout the show including: Blues-Rock Legend Kenny Wayne Shepherd, smooth jazz guitarist Paul Jackson Jr, Jeff Pevar (Crosby Stills and Nash), Philip Sayce (Melissa Etheridge), number-one Canadian smooth jazz guitarist Les Sabler, New Jersey's newest blues sensation Matt O'Ree, Tomo Fujita (Berklee School of Music) and others.
Since being established by Andy Fuchs in 1999, Fuchs Audio Technology has established itself as one of the industry leaders in the high-end boutique tube guitar amplifier marketplace. Fuchs has become well known for their use of innovative audiophile style construction; custom wound transformers, aircraft grade aluminum chassis, premium passive parts and unique circuit topologies like regulated high voltage power supplies, low-noise DC tube filaments, and relay signal switching for the highest signal purity.
For more information, visit their web site at www.fuchsaudiotechnology.com.