Artemus Update

We've updated the website to fully integrate the Artemus, including sound files from our friend Jay Manley. Also, because the Hammerhead Mk II was discontinued at the beginning of this year, all of the Hammerhead Mk II information has been moved to the Support section of the site. In the process of archiving the Hammerhead info, two new pages were created: Sounds Archive and Press Archive. The Press Archive, though containing nothing not previously available, groups reviews of the bygone models El Moto, Imperial, Hammerhead (the original), and Hammerhead Mk II. The Sounds Archive, in addition to housing the Hammerhead Mk II sounds, brings the original Imperial sound files back to the site (for your amusement only). We suspect the old El Moto and Hammerhead sounds are lurking about somewhere, but we have yet to locate any notes or settings lists which would help in their identification. The Press and Sounds Archives can be accessed through the Support page under Discontinued Models. ¡Olé!

Welcome, New Dealers!

We've got lots of new dealers to welcome (and assimilate into the collective--resistance is futile!):

New Stuff for 2010

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We have some new offerings this year.

  • The Artemus is an 4x EL-84-driven combo. The details are on our Home page.

  • We have two new coverings: Alligator and Ostrich. Our Home page has photos.

  • There are three--count 'em three--new variations on the Slant 6V:

    1. Slant 6V Lt - Clean channel only version. Same as the classic, just no OD channel.
    2. Slant 6V HP - High power version. With 4 6L6s making 100/55/35 watts.
    3. Slant 6V HP Lt - High power, clean channel only version.

    More info will be added to the Slant 6V page soon.

  • And lastly, sadly, we are discontinuing the Hammerhead. It was a great but misunderstood amp, and orders have been few and far between. So long lil' buddy. *sniff*.