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In this edition of Point to Point, Eminence’s Josh Martin spends a few minutes with Trevor Tauch from Raging Snail Amplification. Learn how they got started and what sets their products apart.
“A lot of boutique companies take old designs that sounded great and just copy or modify them, but never ask what made it sound so good. I deviate a lot from traditional topology to maximize those characteristics while correcting the problems that those amps have.”
In this edition of Point to Point, Eminence’s Josh Martin spends a few minutes with Joel Wheeler from Electric Amp, USA. Learn how they got started and what sets their products apart.
Amps take a lot of abuse so it was important to build one that is capable of taking abuse from shippers and being on the road. I have been told that they are overkill, but they are just killer. – Joel Wheeler, Electric Amp, USA.
In this edition of Point to Point, Eminence’s Josh Martin gets a behind the scenes look at how boutique amp builder Love Tree Amplifiers got their start, and their approach to designing their products.
“We build our amps in solid wood enclosures. This opens up a world of different sounds and looks. Your amp is 50% of your tone and we feel it should look as nice. As a company we build to a standard, not a price point.” says Jon-Paul Painton, Marketing Director at Love Tree Amplifiers.
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