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Reverend Musical instruments is now shipping their Goblin 5-15, all tube, single channel, guitar amplifier designed by Dennis Kager and Joe Naylor.
Intended for practice, studio or small gigs, the low wattage (switchable between 5 or 15 watts) and early overdrive characteristics allow for tube saturation at moderate volume levels. Also designed for versatility, the Goblin features the Schizo switch which offers three distinct voicings.
Construction features 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 mechanicallocking tabs.
Reverend Direct Price: $499
For more information, visit their web site at www.reverenddirect.com