Featuring AmpliTube Fender for iPhone/iPad and iRig at Winter NAMM 2011 was uploaded by: ikmultimedia Duration: 185 Rating:
IK Multimedia and Fender introduced AmpliTube Fender at the 2011 Winter NAMM show, an iOS app designed to let you “Get that legendary Fender tone on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.” AmpliTube Fender app was developed with tone testing from the tone gurus at Fender.
www.premierguitar.com PG’s Joe Coffey is On Location at the 2010 LA Amp Show where he visits the Morgan Amplification room and gets the latest scoop on the RCA35 handbuilt by Joe Morgan. Joe Morgan’s RCA35 drew constant crowds where it was set up in the Mercury Magnetics room. The amp is a small, 35-watt, full tone stack amp with lots of volume, extremely musical chime, controllable breakup and jazz-ready cleans. Powered by Mercury transformers and two 6L6s (it can also run on 6V6, KT66, KT77 and 5881 tubes), the amp has two 12AX7s in the preamp and has a GZ34 rectifier. For more LA Amp Show 2010 videos, or to view Premier Guitar’s COMPLETELY FREE digital edition, be sure to visit http
www.premierguitar.com PG’s Joe Coffey is On Location at the 2010 LA Amp Show where he visits the Egnater Amplifiers room. In this segment, we get to see and hear about the newest additions to the Tweaker line–the Tweaker 40 and Tweaker 88 heads. Known for bringing prototypes to Amp Shows and using experienced player feedback to further tweak their latest designs, Egnater did more of the same by unveiling prototypes of new versions the company’s popular Tweaker amp. The Tweaker 40 is a two-channel head with dual 6L6s. The channels are identical and each features a set of the standard Tweaker controls (Tight Bright/Normal, and Hot/Clean), while adding a Mid Cut/Normal mini toggle, plus a Master Volume with Vintage/Modern mini toggle. The two channels share an EQ with a USA/AC/Brit mini toggle. The Tweaker 88 features the same preamp with two KT88 power tubes. The Tweaker 40 and 88 are set to retail around $600 and $800, respectively. For more LA Amp Show video demos, or to view Premier Guitar’s COMPLETELY FREE digital edition magazine, be sure to visit www.premierguitar.com
www.premierguitar.com PG’s Chris Kies is On Location at the 2010 LA Amp Show where he swings by the Friedman Amplification room. In this video segment, we get to check out Friedman’s Dirty Shirley and Naked heads. The Dirty Shirley sounds like Jimmy Page on the early Zeppelin records. Watch our video demo and decide just how accurate that statement is. The Dirty Shirley is a 6L6-based head with a tube rectifier. Friedman describes the amp as being loosely based on a JTM45 platform, but the amp does have a Gain control and Master Volume, too. In comparison to a lot of Friedman’s other popular amps (Naked, Brown Eye), the Dirty Shirley is a little more “classic” and has no switches and no effects loop—just great rockin’ tone. For more LA Amp Show 2010 videos or to view Premier Guitar’s COMPLETELY FREE digital edition magazine, be sure to visit http