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Fargen Amps Retro Classic Tube Guitar Amplifier Head
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The Fargen Retro Classic tube guitar head is the result of complete creative and engineering freedom. The Retro Classic head was created with the des...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed without compromise.
The Fargen Retro Classic tube guitar head is the result of complete creative and engineering freedom. The Retro Classic head was created with the desire to capture three different classic sounds in one single channel 25W amp--and that's exactly what it does.
In the '59 position you get smokey greasy blues. The '65 position will give you killer Clapton-like tones all day long. The '68 position will get you the Super Bass style tone you know and love.
- Super transparent phase master volume
- Mercury custom vintage replica transformers
- Fargen Custom Shop carbon comp resistors
- SoZo Vintage signal capacitors
- Vintage style aesthetics
- "Variac Sag" high/low voltage switch
- Tung Sol reissue 12AX7 and KT66 tubes
- Hand wired vintage layout and construction
- 2 - KT66 tubes
- GZ34 rectifier tube
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- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- The Feel Is Incredible
Comments about Fargen Amps Retro Classic Tube Guitar Amplifier Head:
This amp is SWEET. it has such soulful tones from all three decade switch choices. The tone knobs actually work and it's easy to get great tones from the different guitars I use and the different settings on the amp. Sounds great at REAL bedroom volumes and has plenty of power to handle just about any venue thrown at it. After 45 years of playing various amps that were all top quality etc. I am so glad to have gotten my mojo re-activated due to the superior tone,and feel and music this amp inspires one to make! I love this amp so much I also got a Olde 800 MKII to boot!