The JUKE Warbler 1210 Boutique Guitar Amp may not get the attention it deserves by the music community. Why? Well, part of the reason JUKE amps like the Warbler aren’t recognized as the amazing amps that they are is because creator Gary Croteau, how hand-builds every amp himself, is not focused on marketing or promoting his amps. Instead, he spends his time truly working on creating amazing, outstanding amps that produce clear, powerful tones. While this means that few high profile names use the JUKE Warbler 1210, those who have discovered these amps realize how magnificent they are.
The JUKE Warbler 1210 is a Class AB amp with a fixed bias. It operates in three different modes: 38W Pentode, 32W Ultra Linear, and 12W Triode. It features a single channel, bias modulated tremolo, “Golden Voice” pitch shifting vibrato, and “Concert Hall” sideband reverb. A footswitch allows easy switching between vibrato and reverb, and has one twelve-inch and two ten-inch Weber Alnico speakers. The JUKE Warbler 1210 weighs about 50 pounds and is 21.5 inches high by 24 inches wide by 10 inches deep. While there are smaller, more portable amps out there, the Warbler 1210 can still be moved around fairly easily. It produces clear tones that work well in small performance spaces or for recording in a studio.