All of our amps are based on the same
Marshall head-and-cabinet platform that
got me noticed in the first place. Our first
amp was called the Quick Rod, and it’s our
most popular model to this day. It’s a 100-
watt, 2-channel, hot-rodded ’80s-sounding
amp. The overdrive channel has three positions, which I call Gears, to go along with
the automotive theme. There’s first gear,
Hot Rod Plexi; second gear, Hot Rod 800;
and third gear, Super Hot Rod 800. On all
the amps, there are footswitchable lead and
rhythm sounds, and a solo boost with its
own Volume control.
A newer amp of ours is called the Nitro.
It’s basically set up the same way as the
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Quick Rod, but voiced to have more low
end, more gain, and less midrange to suit
the modern metal player. A lot of guitar-
ists have been asking for smaller versions
of our amps, so we recently came out with
Brian Einsiger wires a 4x12 cab after having applied the Tolex covering.