Here is a great vid of Gary Smith (on the right) playing a harp duet with Aki Kumar, an excellent young player.
Both these guys are playing through Sonny Jr. amps: Gary is using his Cruncher and Aki is using his SJ410.
With two EL34 power tubes this little dog will have a serious bark. I hope to have sound clips, release date, and price points soon. Contack Wezo at email@example.com
Rugged point to point construction and top quality components
carbon comp resistors
Mallory 150 signal caps
Sprague and JJ high voltage caps
over sized transformers
high capacity power supply
pre-amp tubes: 12AU7, 12AX7
30 watts from a pair of EL34 power tubes, each with separate fixed bias control
unmatched tubes can be used
other tube options: 6L6, 5881, 6CA7, KT66, KT77, KT88, 6550
high capacity whisper fan for tube cooling
Asymetrical Attitude drive control delivers thick, feedback resistantcrunch tone
Variable Mic Pad, will accomadate any type of unbalanced microphone
Other controls: Gain Boost (switch), Volume, Mid Boost (switch), Bass, Treble
Rear Panel Controls:
Line out jack, feed speaker voiced signal into 2nd slave amp or mixer board
Ground lift switch, safely and effectively eliminates ground loop noise
8 and 16 ohm speaker jacks
mains and high voltage fuses
Keeping your harps and mics handy during a gig has always been a problem. Some players go to a lot of trouble to have their entire harp collection on stage in a big case within easy reach at all times. I found that to be a huge pain. With the MGT I can line up the harps I know or suspect I will need in the next set, and they are right there mounted on my vocal mic stand. The MGT has a rubberized mat to avoid clinks or handling noise, side rails to ensure your harps don't get knocked to the floor, and even a hook underneath to hang a towel or chamois or mic or whatever. Very, very handy, and very well made.
As the name suggests it is made for rhythm players, to hold maracas or tambourines or shakers, but it is also ideal for harp players. It is a good place to put your beverage, as well. They sell for about 40 bucks at all the usual places. Highly recommended.
I have a mint used Hurricane V8 amplifer for sale. This is the same model amplifier that Rock Bottom played exclusively in the last years of his playing. They have been discontinued for a few years now. It is in perfect condition with a D2F padded cover.Here is a short demo of the Hurricane V8 amp in action, posted by a friend on YouTube. Nice tone.