NAMM: PhD In Amplification

Patrick Eggle Guitars introduce a digital amp      30/07/04
NAMM: PhD In Amplification
OK, OK, I'm a crap photographer

English guitar makers Patrick Eggle have announced a new amplifier, the PHD 125/250 which will be available as a combo or as a head and cabinet. Apologies for the photograph, the amp looked stunning but the photo doesn't do it justice. Here's what Patrick Eggle Guitars have to say in their initial press release... "Patrick Eggle Guitars Ltd. has developed the sound that is going to take guitar based music into the 21st century with a bang and a twang! We all know that digital reproduction of music and video is now state-of-the art and improving all the time. Patrick Eggle Guitars Ltd. has now developed a pure 'A' Class Digital Amplifier with no negative feedback to accurately amplify all of our guitar dynamics without all the problems with valve amps.
  • NO noise
  • NO breakdowns
  • NO weight
  • NO unreliability - just pure guitar 'A' Class sounds The system produces no noise beyond what is produced by the guitar woods and strings. Pure harmonics are enhanced, just as the best 'Boutique' amplifiers."

    And Here's One Of Their Lovely Guitars...
    More info:
  • www.patrickeggleguitars.com


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