Local Denver area sale is also an option, feel free to message me.

Up for sale is a very special amplifier designed by Brian Carstens in collaboration with Billy Corgan. This stripped down signature amplifier sounds ridiculously good, dare I say the best high gain amp I've ever played. It is in dead mint condition, exactly as received on day 1 and has ONLY seen studio use. Never gigged, never taken to a jam session. True collector's condition. I would estimate 3-4 hours total play time. 

I'll admit this was an impulse buy, as I'm a huge Pumpkins fan and knew this would be a collector's item in addition to a stellar sounding head. As much as I'd like to keep this and watch it's value rise, I just can't afford to and have to let this one go. 

I'm astonished at how versatile of a rock amp this is. It's core tone is very juicy and fat, but can be dialed in to a scalpel by pushing the treble and presence. It also takes boosts extremely well, so if you want to thrash out this will put a smile on your face. The real standout is the headroom knob on the back that allows you to fine tune power amp saturation and tightness. Brian put tone first in this circuit by eliminating anything extraneous like additional channels, effects loops, onboard reverb, etc. The end result is a monster tone machine and I can see why Billy decided to make this his sig amp. Thanks for looking and let me know if you have any questions!

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Mountain Music

Laramie, WY, United States
Joined Reverb:2017

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