Elmwood Amps

Elmwood Amps is, in comparison to some other amp companies, fairly new.  It was formed in 1998, so they company has just recently celebrated its ten year anniversary.  However, Jan Alm, the founder, knows amps.  elmwood-ampsWhen he created Elmwood Amps in Sweden, he did so with the goal of creating guitar tube amps that were simply the best ever.  He planned to produce amps that had incredibly sound without losing any functionality.  He and his staff, which includes Peter Samzelius and Erland Palsson, believe that they have succeeded beyond their wildest imagination.

An engineer and music fan, Jan works for hours on each new amp that Elmwood introduces.  He isn’t just happy with a good amp—he strives to make his amps the absolute best.

To meet this goal, Jan and his team set out to take the best parts of various boutique amps and examine what made them so good.  They turned all the original concepts and ideas over and over, looking to see why they worked and if they could be improved upon.  Once all of this research was done, they had the tools necessary to create the Elmwood line of amps, amps that are the best of all worlds.

Elmwood amps are built using the highest quality parts, and each one is tested and must pass a rigorous approval process before it is shipped to the customer.  This ensures that all Elmwood amps will provide great response, tone, and be as versatile as you need them to be.  While Elmwood amps are designed to be played live on the stage, they work just as well as a practice amp or for recording.

Elmwood produces a number of different heads, racks, combos, and speakers.  All of them can be purchased from various locations, including Elmwood dealers and direct from the company itself.

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August 18, 2009
Posted in Elmwood Amps — anthony @ 6:20 pm

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