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JUKE
Amplifiers currently produced in Troy, NH since 1989. Juke is distributed by Black Canyon Distributing at guitar shows. Juke is part of Warbler & Muse.
Gary R. Croteau founded Juke amplifiers in 1989. He builds all-tube guitar and harmonica amps that are based on the fundamentals of amplifiers built in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Croteau also used the Warbler brand on a series of amps in the 1990s. In 1997, Juke was introduced with Warbler on models, and by 2000, all models were strictly named Juke. Juke amplifiers feature top mounted chassis and a narrow-style cabinet with a trapezoid-shaped speaker grille opening. Models are available in a variety of configurations and options. In 2009, Croteau introduced four new models including the Coda, Vamp, Rave, and Juke-branded Warbler. Croteau works by himself and only produces about one amp a week. For more information, visit Juke's website or contact Croteau directly.

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