The 12-pound, all-tube GAGA- 90
($3,750 street) is so light that artist
Dave Diamond can jam while lifting
the amp. This diminutive amp can
use up to four power tubes of more
than 30 types—and in various combinations—and is “blow proof.”
LONGHORN TEXAS TRU TONE
The 50-watt Texas Tru Tone ($2,995 street) is a 6L6-powered, single-channel amp with
a Dumble-inspired voicing, optional 5AR4 rectifier, and power-tube bias test points and pot.
The 100-watt SL68
Hand Wired ($3,995
street) features two
EL34-driven channels, a rear-panel
master volume, and
a low-power switch
designed to yield
of the “brown”
MOXIE ROCK 15
The 15-watt Rock 15 ($1,399 street) is driven by two EL84s and features gain,
tone, and volume controls, as well as a 12" alnico Jensen Jet Blackbird speaker.
JIM KELLEY REISSUE
Thanks to the folks at Suhr, you can now get in on a reissue of the Jim Kelley
single-channel amp ($3,995 street) originally produced from 1978 to 1985. The
limited run of 50 amps comes with a power attenuator and maple cabinet.
Sharing a suite with
Phil Jones bass amps,
Taurus displayed the
Taurus ($899 street), a
amp that can run at 70
or 40 watts and weighs
less than 7 pounds.