The 80-watt “high-powered” tweed Twin appeared in ’58, but nothing beats the delectable dynamics and easy grind of the earlier 40-watt versions
More dramatic sounding than MXR’s Phase 45, more affordable and less obtrusive than the larger two-knob Phase 100, the Phase 90 hit the sweet spot
The 365 has features that make it both a classic Rickenbacker and a great choice by any standard for everything from clanging power chords to chiming arpeggio work.
How can you acquire a genuine 1950s Gibson Les Paul for 1/50th – 1/100th the price of the iconic vintage guitar? By buying the amp, of course!
Rare and revered, and with a price to match, this 1977 combo exemplifies the genius of Alexander Dumble.
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