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Star Amps by Mark Sampson Now Shipping

Star Amplifiers is the new Los Angeles home of Mark Sampson's latest all tube all class A hand wired guitar amplifier designs. The company has just begun shipping its all new amp products to its many resellers....

July 22, 2004

Star Amplifiers is the new Los Angeles home of Mark Sampson's latest all tube all class A hand wired guitar amplifier designs. The company has just begun shipping its all new amp products to its many resellers.

The new models incorporate various new tone possibilities with the 15 watt and 30 watt Gain Star and Sirius Reverb permitting players to access tones anywhere from Mark's original harmonic-rich signature designs to his more recent in-your-face hot gain designs; both with increased and improved overdrive gain, effects loop, improved clean channel and tremendous power reserve.

The 15 watt and 30 watt Blues Star model replicates 1960's blues amps with extra tone shaping, all in a modern-day robust build.

All models are hand built with heavy-duty parts into the company's new smaller sized Pro cabinet with a 1x12" Celestion Vintage 30W speaker. Even the modifications to the OEM speaker are all new.

For more information, visit their web site at www.staramplifiers.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004