Bootlegger Amps & Pedals
Amp Vacuum Tube Guitar Dumble Clone Hand Wired
- Guitar Amp Dumble Clones
Blues 20 Dumble Overdrive Special Clone 20 Watt Head | Guitar Amplifier$1,399.00 Add to cart
- Guitar Amp Dumble Clones
Blues 20 Dumble Overdrive Special Clone 20 Watt Combo | Guitar Amplifier$1,499.00 Add to cart
Amp Vacuum Tube Guitar Hand Wired & Circuit Board
Pedals Guitar - Bass
Bootlegger Analog Love
Bootlegger Blues 30W Head
Chris Baurer; The Band Lexington Los Angeles, CA
The overdrive is so nice and warm and the distortion can just melt your face if that is what you want. These pedals have so much flexibility the controls actually work! Guitars look good also but I have 27 guitars and my wife will leave me if I buy another….GREAT tube pedals buy them well worth the money!!! You can get any sound you want, even using them at low distortion level creates this sustain and smoothness…..rock n roll!!
Alexander Nova – My new favorite distortion pedal!
The case feels really solid and looks amazing with the art work and the glowing tube. And customer service is excellent! They were able to answer all my questions quickly and very effectively.
Kimberly C – Wow, this is the sound I was looking for!
BOOTLEGGER BLUES 30 HEAD TOMMY STILLWELL: Touring guitarist with Shaun Murphy Band - Nashville, TN
Studio Session Player / Song Writer / Producer
Let me start out by stating that I have been a fan of the Bootlegger Blues 30 guitar amp for over three years now.
Ever since I got my Blues 30 single 12 combo and took it out on tour it has been a workhorse in tone and stability over the rigors of travel. It is also a very aesthetically pleasing amp to look at with its unique brown tole and white piping. It has served me well at shows before crowds ranging from 500 to 20,000 people. Always got queries from other performers on the bill who had been out front and commented on how great the amp sounded.
With the bigger shows and larger crowds, I would sometime consider what it would be like to have a Blues 30 head pushing a two twelve cabinet for a little extra punch onstage. Though the front of house mix always came through for the audience, a bit more coverage onstage would help increase my tonal capabilities.
Chuck Wilson at Bootlegger was way ahead of me. He was already in the planning stages for a Blues 30 Head you could match with any 8-ohm cabinet load. Since he was in that mode, I suggested while he was at it, why not make the FAT switch on the control panel foot switchable as well? enabling a player to get that added boost and touch of “girth” in tone by simply hitting a tootswitch. I was pleased he heard me and included it on the new head models
An added bonus, I can now take my Blues 30 head and cab. combination into the studio, run a speaker line to the cabinet isolation booth and still have the amp controls next to me in the studio for adjustments “on the fly”.
- Ability to run different cab. combinations for different rooms
- Foot switchable FAT switch (switch included)
- Ability to isolate cab in the studio while maintaining controls at your side
That’s a win, win, win for me!
In closing I like doing business with professionals who listen, understand and try to help accomplish the desires of an artist to achieve a positive end result.
Chuck Wilson at Bootlegger does just that. He is artist minded and I always come away from a conversation with him energized and with the feeling that it was time well spent.
Proud Bootlegger Player
Jim Gustin & Tommy Stillwell
Another Review About The Blues 50 Head Dumble Clone
Fantastic amp. Holds it’s own against 100 watt Marshall amplifiers in my band. Great with Marshall stacks.