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Amplifiers and speaker cabinets currently produced in Berkley, MI. Previously produced in Pontiac, MI from 1980 to 2003. Distributed by Boutique Amps Distribution in Huntington Park, CA.
Bruce Egnater founded Egnater Custom Amplification in 1980. Egnater started out like many amp builders: he was looking for a certain tone out of a guitar amp and no product existed in the market, so he set out to create his own. In the 1970s, true tube saturation was only achieved by running a Marshall amp wide open. Egnater took a small Gibson amp book and replaced the speaker with a resistor and inserted the output from the Gibson amp into the input of a Marshall 200 Watt head that allowed the guitarist to add distortion without turning up volume. Egnater later came up with a channel switching amp that could produce both clean and overdrive tones from the same unit. Egnater received a patent for his modular musical amplification system where the pre-amp sections of an amp are modular and can be changed out of an amp. In the late 2000s, Egnater introduced a full line of standard tube amplifiers. They currently produce custom modular amplifier combos, heads, pre-amps and speaker cabinets. For more information, visit Egnater's website or contact the company directly.

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