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January 18, 2005
Reverend Musical instruments is now taking orders on their Kingsnake 20-60 guitar amplifier designed by Dennis Kager and Joe Naylor.
The Kingsnake is designed to produce powerful "boutique" amp tone in an affordable and light weight package. The single-channel, all-tube design offers versatility via the Schizo voicing switch, master volume, switchable wattage and tube-driven reverb.
Construction features include chassis mounted/hand-wired jacks, switches and controls. Independent pre-amp, power amp and control circuit boards for reliability and easy service. Ceramic flame-proof power tube sockets and synthetic low-noise pre-amp tube sockets. Tube sockets mounted to circuit boards with mechanical locking tabs.
Available as a 1-12" combo or head. The head version has identical featuresincluding reverb.
Reverend Direct Price: $699 for the 1-12 Combo, $599 for the Head
For more information, visit their web site at www.reverendguitars.com