22 watt tone monster custom built for Sound Pure!
Incredible touch sensitivity! These amps are so lively and responsive that it really brings out the best in your touch on the instrument. The clean sounds are crystal clear but so warm and lush that a tele wide open in the bridge position could pacify a crying baby. This lower wattage head breaks up a little sooner into creamy, smooth overdrive with the same clarity and pitch definition that made the Little Walter clean tone famous. The controls are very simple and musical, and the single tone knob gives you a wide range of tonal options without getting things too complicated. Trust me, with this amp you won't need anything else!
Electrical Requirements: 110/120 Volts AC (60 cycle)
Preamp Tube: 6SC7
Phase Inverter Tube: 6SC7
Power Tubes: 6V6GT
Rectifier Tube: 5Y3
Power Transformer: Hammond: P-T272BX (600 volt/100ma)
Output Transformer: Hammond: P-T1750E (8000 ohm Primary)
Fliter Capacitors: 1-30uf @ 450v, 2-20uf @ 450v
Input 1: Bright Input
Input 2: Normal Input
Controls: Input 1 Volume, Input 2 Volume/Tone for both
Output: 22 watts @ 8 ohms
Direct Output Jack
Cabinet: Lacquered Tweed covered dove tail joined cabinet
Jim Soloway has been making hand-crafted guitars that provide something a little different than your normal electric guitar, and this iteration of the Soloway Swan is no exception. Fitted with a longe...
Jim Soloway has been making hand-crafted guitars that provide something a little different than your normal electric guitar, and this iteration of the Soloway Swan is no exception. Fitted with a longer 27-inch scale length, and a longer neck to fit the larger scale-length, hence the "Swan" moniker. This guitar is also very unique in using Oregon Myrtle for the top-wood, something you don't see too often, but also provides some really full-bodied and transparent tonal qualities specific to this kind of wood. With such a larger scale length, and a longer neck, it would be easy to say that playing this guitar would be more difficult to do when using complicated chords or intervals, but that is not the case at all. Even at the bottom of the neck, those tricky chords and spaced out intervals can still be easily reached with the Swan's thin neck profile, flat fingerboard radius and larger frets to accomodate the player with the added length in scale. Also, with the added length the Swan from Soloway Guitars operates great in lower tunings, but is actually intended to be played in standard tunings, to really achieve the presence, articulation and clarity that defines this beautiful guitar. Thanks to our very own Electric Guitar Expert Jared for helping us to show how great this Soloway can really sound. Call SoundPure today for any questions about this gorgeous Electric Guitar from Soloway Guitars, or about any other gear used in this video 919-682-5552. Gear Used: Soloway Swan G179 - Oregon Myrtle Original LN6 Electric Guitar, Vovox Sonorus Instrument Cable, Moog MF-104 Analog Delay Pedal, Little Walter 1X12 Tweed Cabinet + Little Walter 22 Watt Tweed Amplifier Head, Royer 121 Microphone, True Systems P8 Preamp, Lynx Aurora A/D Converter
When talking about the fabrication and overall feel of an electric guitar, specifically the neck and fretwork of the guitar, it would be absolutely criminal not to include Michael Tuttle's name, and t...
When talking about the fabrication and overall feel of an electric guitar, specifically the neck and fretwork of the guitar, it would be absolutely criminal not to include Michael Tuttle's name, and the stellar productions from Tuttle Guitars. This Standard Electric Guitar in a Black finish, is no exception either, crafting another of his incredibly comfortable and playable guitars. This hand-crafted Electric Guitar from Michael Tuttle Guitars, is a wonder in tone and design, with an amazing amount of tonal richness and solid resonant body construction. It is no mystery that the quality of the neck and fretboard of a guitar invariably correlate to the overall quality of the instrument, and we are proud to present such hand-made beauties, that take great consideration into such important aspects. For any questions on this outstanding electric guitar from Tuttle Guitars or any of the gear used in this video, call SoundPure today to speak to one of our many experts 919-682-5552!