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2 Watts = Too Much Fun: The Percolator Amp
One day in the future, cars will drive themselves, iPhones will be installed in our brains, and solid state guitar amps will supposedly sound “better” than those with tubes. When that happens, I’ll stock up on MRE’s and potable water, cover my house’s windows with razor wire, and spend the rest of my days barricaded in my man cave, warmed by the glow of a tube amp, while trying to A) prevent my six-foot beard from igniting, and B) finally learn how to play “Eruption.” Since my man cave is more of a man closet, I’ll only have room for one amp, and the Percolator, a tiny 2-watt tube head or combo from Zeppelin Design Labs, might be just the ticket.
“Cute” would be one word to describe this little package. With the speaker cabinet (outfitted with an 8-inch 25 watt Jensen), the total weight is 13 pounds. As for the tones? It’s easy to blast some Cream-era Clapton licks right out of the box, as well as some crunchy leads. It has a higher gain than a Fender Champ. Two watts almost makes it too much fun—you’re not going to annoy your neighbors, and if you have an office with a door, watch out—you’re co-workers probably won’t care, especially if you’re the one who signs the checks.
I sat down with Zeppelin Designs Labs co-founder Brach Siemens to find out more.
First things first—what kind of tube powers the Percolator?
We use the 6AF11 Compactron tube, which was developed by GE in the early 1960’s to compete with the rising popularity of transistors. The idea behind Compactrons was to pack as many active sections into one bottle as possible. One Compactron could take the place of several tubes, which made them the tube equivalent of an integrated circuit.
What was the Compactron used for back in the day?Strat-Talk.com
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