With so many options on the market, an amplification company can only survive if it does something unique and better than anyone else. Kustom PA is one of those companies. Founded by Bud Ross in the 1960's, Kustom made a name for itself by creating amplifiers covered in the same material used for hot-rod car upholstery, and even became one of the first brands to use solid-state circuitry instead of vacuum tube-based designs. Half a century later, Kustom is still living up to its innovative reputation.
No matter your style and hardware needs, Kustom has an amplifier for you. Bass enthusiasts, for example, are bound to love the Kustom PA 112S Powered Sub. This 200W subwoofer has a 12" bass driver, so your primary monitors can focus on the higher frequencies. It even features built-in crossover and level control, as well as two jacks for line level input and output. The built-in handles make it easy to transport from the studio to the show, too.
Someone looking for an unpowered monitor in a compact package will definitely want to check out the Kustom PA KPX110M 10" Passive Monitor. This portable cabinet uses a specially voiced crossover to keep the frequencies clearly separated for the crispest possible sound, and has a 10" woofer for lows and a horn for highs.
If a powered unit is what you're in the market for, you're sure to be impressed by the Kustom PA KPX115PM 15" Powered Monitor. Featuring a 15" woofer for floor-shaking low frequencies and a neo-compression driver for clear high tones, this cab's sound quality is impeccable. Meanwhile, the metal grills, built-in handles, and heavy-duty finish ensure durability to stand up to wear and tear on the road.
Artists as prominent and diverse as Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, Tracii Guns of LA guns and Guns N Roses, John Moyer of Disturbed and Grant Mickelson of Taylor Swift all trust Kustom PA to deliver their distinctive sounds. With so many years of experience and such numerous and glowing industry endorsements, it's hard to find a reason not to try Kustom PA.