Nolatone Ampworks

Nolatone Ampworks offers a number of different amps that are all hand built. All of Nolatone’s amps include custom wound Mercury Magnetics transformers, high quality German-manufactured Sprague Atom or F&T filler caps, 10 amp Carling switches, and custom layouts that use either turret board or point-to-point circuitry (depending on the design). While some other amp companies may include one or two of these, Nolatone combines these techniques plus more to create some amazing amps that rock hard but clean up nicely as well. These definitely aren’t just clones of traditional, popular amps

Nolatone’s 22 Tango amp is excellent for small clubs. It has more than enough clean headroom, a huge sound, and can really get into that crunchy overdrive when needed. For those looking to rock, the Rotten Johnny features a dual gain control scheme and a post phase inverter master volume to allow players to really dial in and control their gain.

The Junebug was originally planned to be a Tweed Princeton type amp, but it evolved into an amp with a high gain overdrive channel and amazing output. The Junebug was later used as the basis for the Superbug. Players wanted an amp that was great for gigs while still retaining everything they loved about the Junebug, and that’s what they got—a 15/30 watt monster that pumps up the volume while still being incredibly portable.

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March 7, 2011
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