New combo model from Todd Sharp
US boutique maker Todd Sharp has a new combo version of his acclaimed JOAT Guitar Amplifier. Launched in Feb. 2016 by pro guitarist Todd Sharp, the amp has generated an A-list clientele including the likes of John Oates, Keith Urban and Steve Wariner – not to mention collecting a Guitar Player Editors’ Pick Award.
The flagship JOAT (Jack Of All Tone) series amplifiers, available in 20, 30 and 45 Watt configurations with reverb/tremolo and matched 2×12” cabinets, work without a tone stack (conventional bass, mid, treble controls). ‘It’s all tone, but you can take some away if you like,’ Sharp says. The JOAT circuit employs a unique approach to gain and tone architecture.
The new single 12” JOAT combo mirrors the original JOAT direct coupled open loop amplifier design. Features: Single Coil/Humbucking tailored Inputs, three position Bite switch, Volume, rotary selectable Attitude, Low and High Cut, and Sharp’s unique Tremolo circuit. The debut combo will feature an EL84 output stage at 20 Watts into a custom 12” Alnico speaker. Additional output tube and power options will follow later in the year.
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