the Carr Raleigh–“when a very big 3-watts is all you need”
Suppose you could own a compact, lightweight,
low-powered 1x10 actually capable of delivering
lush, clean headroom, naturally fat output tube
distortion, plus an overdrive channel with master
volume for those times when rocking the casbah
may not be such a good idea…
Now you can.
The Raleigh is our first single EL- 84 amp, and
being guitar players ourselves, we spent a lot of
time considering what we could bring to a small,
compact new design – like clean ‘blackface’
headroom, thick distortion at even discreet volume
levels, actual bottom end from an Eminence ‘Lil
Buddy hemp cone ten, convenient external bias
points, and your choice of covering colors and
classic hardwood custom panels.
Play a Raleigh today at your Carr dealer or visit
our web site at www.carramps.com for more information on the Raleigh – our new little big amp.
“the little big amp”
The Mod Tone Clean Boost is an
American designed true bypass
boutique style pedal that adds
nothing but pristine horsepower to
your signal with no added noise
or unwanted fuzz. When used as
a lead boost, your parts jump out
front with no change in your stan-
dard tone. Its you, only louder!
When used in a rhythm applica-
tion your tone becomes more
focused and alive whether you’re
clean or mean!
Works great on acoustics too!
The Mod Tone Deep Dive Octave Plus is
a true bypass boutique style pedal that
delivers cool sub harmonic effects that
are best utilized in single note or lead
guitar applications. Using High Filter,
Bass Filter and Sub Level together can
create just a touch of “octave below” or
when maxed out can cross over into
some truly insane (almost bass guitar)
frequencies! Flip the Modulate switch for
the added bonus of a ring modulator
style effect and listen to your lead lines
take on an almost synth like quality.
Use a little, use a lot!
The Mod Tone Funk Filter is a true
bypass boutique style pedal that recreates vintage envelope or auto-wah type
effects. High pass, Mid Pass and Low
Pass settings can be used in conjunction with the F-Factor control and Drive
settings to deliver a wide range of
exciting tones that work great on clean
or distorted signals. The Funk Filter’s
reaction can also be changed by simply backing off your guitar’s volume
knob to find the “sweet spot” and can
also change depending if bridge or
neck pickups are selected.