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November 30, 2004
Specializing in the building of Fender-style reproduction amps, Headstrong Amplifiers has announced the new Lil' King reverb Amp, an exact replica of the 1964 Princeton Reverb, using an original '64 model to create the blueprint. The Lil' King joins the company's Tweed-style offerings.Features of the Lil' King include:
All Headstrong Amps carry a 10 year fully transferable warranty. Headstrong Amplifiers feature Weber VST speakers and TAD power tubes.
Pricing starts at $1499, with a 10" Alnico version available for $1549. 12" ceramicand Alnico versions are priced at $1579 and $1629 respectively.
For more information, visit their web site at www.headstrongamps.com