Divided by 13 Amps created the EDT 13/29 after someone asked for a version of the SJT 10/20 that had more clean headroom while still being able to get aggressive. The amp handles jazz and blues really well, and it’s great for gigs of all sizes. Now this is not your best choice for a practice amp at home, but it’s an ace once it’s up on stage.
The EDT 13/29 can operate at either 29 watts or 13, depending on your preference. It has three controls on the front: two switches are for dampening and reverb, while the third control changes the EDT from Class AB to Class A, which also adjusts the wattage. Under the hood, the EDT 13/29 starts off looking similar to the SJT 10/20. That’s because Divided by 13 used that amp as their starting point for this one. The KT66 tubes give this amp a nice amount of clean sound along with making the high end a little glassier. It also uses three 12AX7s, an 12AT7, and a GZ34 rectifier tube.
The amp only has one preamp channel, but it has seven valves to give it a lot of power and sound. Overall, this amp is something of a merger between an early Fender design and a vintage Marshall amp. It’s got an edge to it, but it’s also a very solid, clean amp when it needs to be. It looks great, is reliable, and can handle just about anything you throw at it. The amp retails for around $3,900. It’s not cheap, but it is good.
For more info be sure to check out the Divided by 13 website: http://www.dividedby13.com/edt1329.html