The new Grammatico ATX first blackface SRV inspired amp

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  1. Grammatico Amps

    Grammatico Amps Supporting Member

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    Announcing the first ever Grammatico Amps Blackface style amplifier with reverb, tremolo and a 15" speaker. Modelled after Stevie Ray Vaughan's Vibroverb thanks in part to Grammatico's relationship with his brother Jimmie Vaughan. Meticulous attention to detail has been paid into crafting this amplifier to achieve that classic Texas tone. See links below for video demos.

    www.grammaticoamps.com





     
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  2. Mark Kane

    Mark Kane Silver Supporting Member

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    theon Silver Supporting Member

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    "Pretty Cool Huh"? That's an understatement!
    Dig your playing.
     
  4. Joe Perry

    Joe Perry Gold Supporting Member

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    Sounds great!. Just a couple of questions.

    1.) What speaker does it come with?

    2.) Does it have the SRV/Diaz style tremolo defeat?

    3.) Is the tremolo opto or bias vary? (I'm assuming opto but hoping bias vary)

    Thanks,
    Joe
     
  5. Grammatico Amps

    Grammatico Amps Supporting Member

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    Hi Joe,
    Having tested most of the new production 15" speakers against an EV and Alec. The one to come closest in sound and design is the 200 watt Jensen MOD. The ATX has a footswitch for the tremolo and is of the Opto-coupler design as was used by Stevie and Blackface amps.
     
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    Go John Go! Looks Sweet!
     

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