Gainesville

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Gainesville

1,600.00

The Gainesville is a 30W all-tube single channel guitar amplifier designed with both the gigging player and studio musician in mind. Compact and lightweight, the Gainesville was engineered to be as transparent of a circuit as possible while still providing versatility to work both as a pedal platform and a plug-and-play amp.

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Features include:

  • All hand-built and hand-wired

  • Pentode/triode switch - 30W/15W output

  • Audio-grade resistors

  • Classic Tone transformers 

  • F&T filter capacitors

  • Pair of matched JJ EL34s

  • Pair of JJ 12AX7s

  • JJ GZ34 tube rectified

  • Adjustable impedance output between 4,8,16 ohms 

  • CTS potentiometers

  • Detachable AC power cable

  • Dimensions: 11.5''H  20.25''W  8.5''D

The Gainesville is a 30W single channel circuit, switchable to 15W. It accomplishes the 30W through a pair of cathode biased EL34s in class AB. The Gainesville is tube rectified (Gz34), with the option of switchable rectifier between tube and solid state. Oversized 50W transformers are used to keep them running well below their spec, which relates to a more efficient tone...e.g. better bass response. The main idea behind the design of this amp was to achieve maximum versatility while still keeping the design as simplistic as possible so the character and tone of the guitar and the style of the player can really shine through. Versatility to me means getting Fender, Marshall, and Vox-like tones all in one amp. - Tyler Petito, head engineer/owner