Rivera Guitar Amplifiers
Rivera was founded in 1976 with the simple goal of putting artists first in absolutely everything they do. With leading edge designs and development, Rivera continues to be a driving force in the music world. In a lot of ways, Rivera founder Paul Rivera attributes this fact to being a privately held company. The way he sees it, Rivera doesn't have to answer to shareholders, they have to answer to you and to the long list of other artists who use their guitar amplifiers.
To be honest, that's a pretty impressive list. Criss-crossing generations and genres, Rivera gear is a staple in the setups of some seriously heavy-hitters. Artists such as Vivian Campbell of Def Leppard, Vince Gill, Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, Steve Miller, Ani DiFranco, Mick Mars of Motley Crue, and Dave Grohl are just a small sampling of the artists who swear by Rivera guitar amplifiers. Now, you have the opportunity to add your name to that list.
Rivera make a wide assortment of amps, so you can rest assured that regardless of which one you choose, you're in for some stellar sound. It's just a matter of matching your needs with your amp of choice. For example, if you're looking for a compact and lightweight amp that doesn't skimp on the tone, then check out the Clubster 25W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Whether you're after that swampy Mississippi Blues sound, ferocious metal gain or a classic clean sound, this amp is definitely built to deliver. It's also incredibly durable and dependable, making it great for any working musician.
Of course, if you love the Clubster, but want to kick the power up a notch, have a look at the Clubster Royale 112 50W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. This American made gem of an amp is highlighted by 50-watts of power and an all-tube design. With military and audiophile-grade components, you can be sure this amp is going to sound amazing and stand up to the rigors of every tour you take it on. Rivera's amps are definitely something special. Powerful and up to the task of any performance, these are the guitar amps you'll want backing you up when you hit the stage.