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For as long as he can remember, David Friedman has been designing and building guitar rigs. After perfecting the craft of modding amplifiers, Dave decided it was time to showcase his skills to the public. Just like that, Friedman Amplification was born. Quickly rising up the ranks in the music world, Friedman has grown to become a name that musicians around the world can trust and depend on.

For a relatively new company, Friedman has definitely attracted attention from some seriously heavy hitting names in the music industry. Artists such as Jerry Cantrell and William DuVall of Alice in Chains, Billy Duffy of the Cult, Joe Perry of Aerosmtih, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi, and Joe Satriani are just a few of the performers who have come to call on Friedman amps when they're looking to really bring their sound to life.

With impressive names such as those trusting Friedman, it's no wonder you're looking to add one of their amps to your own collection, but which one is right for you? Well, to be honest, that's going to come down to personal preference. Are you interested in a combo amp? If so, you may want to check out an option such as the Small Box 50w 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo. This powerful, yet compact amp is great for warming up in the jam space, as well as ruling smaller venues from the stage. Another great combo option is the Dirty Shirley 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Celestion Creamback. This amp is loaded with vintage rock tone inspired by the British tube amps of the 60s and 70s. Handwired using ultra high-grade components, this amp is sure to give you chills when you flip its switch.

Freidman also offers options for those who prefer stacks, the most popular of which is the Brown Eye 100W 2-Channel Tube Guitar Head Black with 4x12 Guitar Cabinet. A flawless combination of amp tone and power, this critically acclaimed stack received the Editor’s Choice Award from Guitar Player Magazine in November of 2013. Whether you're a fan of blues, classic rock, metal, or something altogether different, you can definitely achieve your sound with this stack.

For the past 25 years, Freidman has been expanding the tonal pallet of musicians across the country and the world. Designed to last a lifetime, your Friedman amp is sure to become a cherished piece of gear from day one.