The Morris Amps Rockgrinder is one of their main production models. While in the past they had a number of different options on the amp, they have locked in the design for the production model with two channels and coming in three different configurations (head, 2x12, and 1x12). While some may be sad to see the custom versions of the Rockgrinder go, this new model will allow Morris to fine-tune every aspect of it.
The overdrive channel, delivers a nice range of drive from a bit of distortion for blues up to a powerful, hi-gain grind. In general the overdrive is super responsive and you can use your guitar’s volume control to dynamically adjust the sound as you play. Over on the clean channel, you get rich, complex sounds like those from an American 60’s amp. It features three tone controls to help you perfectly sculpt the sound.
The Rockgrinder is powered by 6L6 tubes, and Morris Amps has gone to great length to make it sound tighter and more focused than other amps that use 6L6 tubes. You can even use the Rockgrinder for some decent modern rock tones, something other 6L6 amps don't do well.
The 50 watt head version retails for $2,795; the 1x12 and 2x12 are priced at $3,095.
For more info be sure to check out the Morris Amps website: http://www.morrisamps.com/rockgrinder.php