don’t have the advantages I might in a
place like LA, where there’d be big-name
players dropping in all the time. And,
being such a small company, it’s not feasible at this point for me to go to a trade
show like NAMM. I can’t afford the time
away from the shop, because we’re constantly backlogged.
Speaking of the Carolinas, home to so
many auto sports, your amps all have
names evocative of cars.
Yes, all my amp model names come from
drag racing. I’ve always been into that
sport. My older brother did it for a long
time and that left quite an impression on
me. I also see a connection between hot-rodded amps and drag cars: both are very
loud and powerful machines.
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