The Carr Artemus is a very versatile amp powered by four EL-84 power tubes. The amp features a fixed bias output that packs quite a punch but also has a smooth break up. The Mid and Edge controls allow you to sculpt the tones and pull everything from mellow cleans to a nasty overdrive. The Artemus features two 12AX7 pre-amp tubes, but unlike some amps, these tubes use an input modified circuit that emulates the EF-86 in thickness and in gain without use microphonics.
The Carr Aretemus features a volume, edge, bass, mid, and treble control. The amp also has a 30/15 watt toggle switch, plus a bias pot and bias test point. In addition to the 12AX7s and EL-84s, the amp also features a 5AR4/GZ34 rectifier tube. All in all, the amp is very versatile and of high quality. Used, the Artemus amp costs around $2,000.
The Carr Raleigh Boutique Amp is a very versatile amp that can be used for practice or in the studio. It can provide both clean and pristine tones and very heavily overdriven tones, but no matter which you want, the amp will deliver at any volume. The Carr Raleigh amp is somewhat based on the amps produced during the 50s and 60s. (more...)
The Carr Viceroy Boutique Amp, previously called the Vincent amp, is one of Carr’s classic American amps. To take care of one concern right away: if you have a Vincent amp, you don’t need to run out and buy a new one—the Viceroy is a change in name only. Everything else is still exactly the same. Just like the Vincent, the Viceroy is a 33/7 watt amp that features a number of great options. You’ll find controls for the volume, midrange, bass, treble, reverb, drive, and a switch to move between 33 watts and 7 watts. The treble and midrange controls give you many different tone possibilities, making this amp quite versatile. (more...)
The Carr Rambler 2x12 boutique amp produces some of the best, clean tones of any amp. In fact, some players have even gone on record as saying that they’ve never heard another amp produce such great tremolo or reverb. The Carr Rambler is one of Carr Amplifier’s most popular amps, even today, thanks to its ability to deliver some great, classic American tones, its clean headroom, and its solid bass response. (more...)
The Carr Slant 6V boutique amp was manufactured by Carr Amplifiers, a company based in North Carolina. They’re known for their high quality hand-wired tube amps that bring together some of the best aspects of Vintage Fender Blackface and Fender Tweed amps. Carr amps are popular among the boutique amp set including Joe Perry, Richie Sambora, Christ Stamey, Ed King, Nils Lofgren, Reggie Young, and Neko Case. The Slant 6V is best known for offering both great British and American tones in one unit. (more...)
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At Carr Amplifiers everyone is a guitarist so building the perfect amp for use at home, in the studio, on stage, or for multiple uses is their goal. They are discerning players and know what you are looking for in an amp and do their best to provide you with as many options as possible. With one of the most unique circuit designs and cabinets crafted by hand, Carr Amplifiers (located in Pittsboro, North Carolina),make a one of a kind product.