Description

Description
Up for sale is a clean and wonderful sounding Hi-Tone Low Watt Lead w/ 231 12" Speaker. This example is in excellent condition and sounds beautiful. Model info below:

The LOWATT is a careful reproduction of the amps made by Dave Reeves in the early 1970s. The tone stack is unique and different than the “FMV” controls found on most amplifiers, and has significantly more tonal range. These are relatively low gain amps with plenty of punch and headroom, and are great with pedals.

The classic 1971-1974 “DR”

Based on Dave Reeves’ Classic Circuitry
Custom Partridge clone transformers built exclusively for HI-TONE Amplification by Heyboer Transformers
18 watts via 2 x 6V6 Power Tubes
Internally linked input based on a discovery by Pete Cornish that linking two channels created a more balanced sound for a certain “comfortably numb” guitar hero
Controls: Normal Vol | Brill Vol | Bass | Treble | Middle | Presence | Master Volume
built with premium SOZO signal capacitors
standard with TAD premium selected and or JJ tubes

Details
Model
:
Low Watt Lead Combo
Year
:
Recent
Modifications
:
None
Condition
:
Excellent

Thunder Road Guitars

Thunder Road Guitars

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Hi-Tone
Excellent
10 Years
$1,799
Thunder Road Guitars
Frank Gross
206-678-5248
Seattle, WA
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