When one of our loyal clients came by, all fed up with the sound of his Blues Junior, but having a really nice
cabinet he didn't want to go to waste, we didn't have to think too hard to come
up with this one.
Based on our regular BlueYou, it's got most of the same features as our standard model, but this one fits in your old Blues Junior sized cabinet, or one of our
Again, no monkey business here. Tonally, this amp starts
you out with a clean sound that's just got to be heard to be believed.
Something that also takes you to that creamy, tweedy sound you dig but
doesn't force you to have an insurance policy that covers spilling beer
in a 50's amp... Something that'd be great for a
night bathed in blue, but works just as nicely doing a jazz set.
We've taken our signature first channel clean preamp, and added a
master volume just in case you need it. Nothing but your tone goes in
here and comes out of that speaker. And with several power stage options
(either a pair of 6V6's or 6L6's), its
got more than enough power to keep that mad drummer at bay too. But what's
really cool here is that the weight maxes out at about 22 pounds in our
40 Watt standard configuration!
The BlueYou. With a name that you'll remember and a tone that you'll never
forget, it's sure to bring a simile to your face!
Shown to the left, configured as a 40 watt, Jensen Tornado loaded, 1x12 Combo,
is (JK's) very own, the one that made it all happen!.
The BlueYou has several great features not commonly found on most amplifiers in
- Hand wired
- Available in 20 watt (6V6) and 40 watt (6L6) configurations
- Foot switchable Overall Boost switching (tone stack is switched out)
- Master volume
- Switchable output impedance
- Optional Bias Modulated Tremolo (the greasy kind)
- All Tube Reverb standard
- One Personalized tuning session
All our amps feature eyelet board construction on Military grade glass epoxy
boards (Garolite G10/FR-4). We also use the highest quality teflon coated wire,
metal film resistors, and custom speced caps. As for
cabinetry, we make them from Basswood, Poplar and Pine. More exotic woods
available on request.