Solberg Guitars review of Beteramps custom made amplifier coming soon.

Hi to all

Just a wee bit of info that in the new year the first video will be a review of the amplifier I use in the studio and at gigs.  I have used  many different tube amplifiers over the years i.e. various Fenders such as tweed , Princeton, deluxe reverb, VOX AC30 1965 which I still have, Orange and Marshall’s. But last year after testing many here at stores in Scotland and Uppsala Sweden. I actually bought an amp I did not test at all. Of course if honest, that is always a bit of a chance but if you can return it, it is not a problem. So I took the plunge and had one custom made for me from Beteramp in Spain the ‘Sweet Blackberry’ amp. If you like clean sweet tone, this is a must and more Americana than any Fender.  

AMPThese amps are hand-built by Paco Pascual, himself a great guitarist, check him out on you tube, and a student of Vintage Electronics and Communications from the London Electronics College

The amp is brilliant and I am still discovering tones and tricks with it. The craftmanship is outstanding and with tube reverb and tremolo that is out of this world belive me and attenuated power 5W to 30W or more if you wish:-). Check them out at:

FB @beteramp.customtubeamps and https://beteramp.com/home

I will post the video demo soon. I promise you will be impressed if you are a connoisseur of tone 🙂

Published by Filip Solberg

Bespoke built custom guitars in the East Neuk of fife Scotland. We build high quality guitars to exact details of the customer. Pick ups, woods and all hardware are specifically chosen based on tone and play-ability required. We do not have any stock guitars these are built for order only.

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