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Amplifiers previously produced in Nashua, NH between 1984 and 1991 and in Farmington, MA between 1991 and 1997. Distributed by Bedrock Amplification, Inc.
Brad Jeter and Ron Pinto founded Bedrock Amplification in 1984, and they first produced amplifiers under the brand name Fred, but changed the name to Bedrock after about fifty amplifiers were built by circa 1986. In 1988, Jay Abend joined Bedrock and eventually became president, and Evan Cantor was hired as a designer. In the early 1990s, the two founding members, Jeter and Pinto, left the company leaving Abend and Cantor to run it until they went out of business in 1997. They also moved to Farmington, MA in the early 1990s.
Bedrock produced amplifiers that were based on designs of the Vox AC-30 and other English type amplifiers. They produced several guitar combo amps, heads, and speaker cabinets. After they went out of business, a few other boutique builders obtained the equipment. Information courtesy of Steve Cherne.

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