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The original Tweed Amps of the 1950s were giving birth to the electric guitar playing as it
got increasingly popular.
This amp design made its way through a half century and is still successfully used today.
At first the intention was to produce a percussive clean guitar tone as known from acoustic guitars;
just louder. So it is no surprise why these amps are the best choice for warm and
percussive clean tones for Jazz and Blues playing.
How terrific and revolutionary they sound when get cranked up was realized many years later and was leading straight into rock’n’roll.
Also and especially the cabinets have a great impact on this type of tone. They are made out of selected American pine and are featuring finger-joint corners, all covered with original grill cloth and tolex or tweed.
Tweed is finished with nitro lacquer exactly like 50s Fender Tweed amps for original look and feel.