As a guitarist, there's no telling what you can aspire to when you incorporate a Friedman amplifier into your setup. Championed worldwide for their innovative designs and versatility, Friedman amps have graced some of the world's biggest stages and recording studios over the past 25 years, and this catalog is loaded with stunning options.
Whether it's a modern high-gain tone that you're after or a classic '70s overdrive, Friedman has an amplifier for every taste and playing style. With a roster of famous recording artists that is constantly growing, current Friedman guitarists include Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains, Noodles of The Offspring, and Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters. In other words, when you go with Friedman, you're going with an amp that's preferred by many of today's most influential rock guitarists.
So what Friedman amp is right for you? In the cabinet department, there's the Steve Stevens Signature 4x12 closed-back speaker. Combining a quartet of Celestian V30s with a tung-and-groove Baltic Birch construction, this cab delivers a warm low-end, a rich mid-range and a detailed top-end. In fact, the Steve Stevens Signature 4x12 is an excellent match with the SS-100 Signature amp head. Dave Friedman's first signature amp, the SS-100 is ideal for a wide range of genres, including blues, classic rock and metal. Featuring a tight bottom-end, this amp also takes phasers, flangers, wahs and overdrive pedals very well. Now for those who are searching for a combo amp, the Dirty Shirley 40W 1x12 tube amp is a vintage monster. Inspired by British tube amps from the '60s and '70s, this combo is based on the modified JTM 45, houses 16 ohm, and a 12" Celestian G12M Creamback speaker. A highly popular model, the Dirty Shirley is more than capable of taking your high-flying guitar skills to the next level.
Every guitar player deserves an amplifier that perfectly represents their own musical preferences. Of course, it's for this reason why Friedman is so respected by players from around the globe. When you're ready to show the world what you're made of, you can bet that Friedman has the amplifier you've been looking for.