For David Friedman, building world-class amplifiers is a life-long passion. He took the time to perfect his techniques and make his gear the best it could be, and you can see the results of that effort in today's lineup of Friedman guitar amps. With the incredible tone they put out, these hand-wired and boutique amplifiers became popular in a hurry, and they've taken the stage with artists like Jerry Cantrell, William DuVall, Joe Perry, Richie Sambora and Joe Satriani. Sound like a list you could see your name added to? Then maybe it's time to add a Friedman guitar amp to your own collection.
As with any amplifier, the first decision to make with Friedman is whether you're looking for a combo amp or a stacked setup. The Dirty Shirley 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp is a stellar performer for gigging, with the trademark Friedman hand-wired internals and all the tone of a '60s or '70s British tube amp. Or, if you'd prefer your combo amp with classic plexi tones, check out the Small Box 50W 1x12 Hand Wired Tube Guitar Combo. It's got two channels: one plexi and one modern high-gain, so you can have your choice of sound.
When you want even more power or the flexibility to connect directly to a mixer, one of Friedman's amp heads is the way to go. The Pink Taco 20-Watt Hand-Wired Head is definitely a favorite, as is the Small Box 50W 2-Channel Tube Guitar Amp Head. Maybe you like the idea of following in a rock legend's footsteps? In that case, take a look at signature units like the Steve Stevens Signature 100W Tube Guitar Head or the Phil X 100W Signature Hand-Wired Tube Guitar Head. Stack one of these bad boys on top of your favorite Friedman cabinet and you'll be geared up for the best gigs of your career.
Nothing builds a great amp quite like absolute devotion and a generous helping of talent. David Friedman brought both of those to his work in spades, and you can take advantage of his impressive skill by playing your music on Friedman guitar amps. Just a single look and listen, and you'll understand what sets these combos, heads and cabinets apart: they're designed and built for nothing less than the best performance.