It's not easy to earn the performance crown, especially not in the competitive world of guitar amps. But Friedman makes it look effortless with their impressive range of heads. Of course, it doesn't hurt that they've become a go-to label for some of the world's best guitarists, including Joe Perry, Richie Sambora, Neil Schon, Dave Grohl, John Rzeznik and Jim Root. You may wonder what quality Friedman guitar amplifier heads could have that puts them onstage with hall-of-famers and guitar legends. The answer is right there: quality. Hand-wired and designed for absolutely flawless performance, these heads really show what a boutique amplifier can and should be.
You'll even have some signature models to choose from if you want to get the exact same sound as your favorite guitar hero. Take the Steve Stevens Signature 100W Tube Guitar Head, for instance. You don't have to be covering the Top Gun Anthem to put this baby through its paces... but no one could blame you for playing it just to hear your own guitar sound like Steve's. There's also the Phil X and Jerry Cantrell heads here to tempt you; each of these signature amplifier heads pushes 100W of power through hand-wired circuits and tubes for tone that's truly worthy of the name that's on it.
Friedman builds a good selection of smaller heads, as well, for those gigs where you don't need to go all the way up to 100W. The Pink Taco, Dirty Shirley and Small Box guitar amp heads put out 20, 40 and 50 watts, respectively, so it's easy to find a Friedman amp that provides just the right power level. Match it up to one of Friedman's speaker cabinets or choose your favorite from your own collection, and you'll be ready to rock with the best of them.
No matter what genre you play, from classic rock to all-out metal, Friedman guitar amplifier heads can back you up. They've already done so for a roster of guitarists so high-profile that it reads like a "who's who" list. That goes to show what these amps can do, and if you're dreaming of joining that list yourself, gearing up with a Friedman amp head is a solid first step to getting there.