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Holy Grail Tone You Can Own

Electroplex Amps are designed and built in the city known as ground zero for the modern electric guitar and amplifier. They are the handcrafted creations of Don Morris, a renowned electronics engineer whose history dates back to the golden era of analog guitar products circuit design. Starting in the 70's, Don was a head designer for MXR, moving to Hoshino, then to Yamaha, and along the way founded Electroplex in 1994. Throughout his career, Don has been a key contributor to the preservation and advancement of the art and science of hand-made guitar amplifiers.

It's always great to hear a "holy grail" amp. Now you can own one.

"...clean tones to spare, and ... a certain 'vintageness' to its soul." - Art Thompson -Guitar Player Magazine

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Guitar Player Magazine


There's an overwhelming physical presence to this amp's tone, and something very three-dimensional about how the sound seems to leap from the cabinet. In practical terms, the Rocket does the Twin Reverb clean thing very well, but it also offers the carnivorous crunch of an old Marshall. It really gets it at lower volumes too; the Rocket sounds like an amp tuned way up, even when it's not. Feedback is another of this amp's specialties. Even at moderate gain settings, you can just grab a note and dig the ride.

Do we like the Rocket? You bet. Terms like "growling," "drippingly harmonic" and "toothy" were thrown about as we sampled its sonic wares. And, best of all, it has that open quality that seems to enhance playing, no matter what your style. It's amazing how well this amp can do the big booty chunk thing and still chime. One of the best feedback amps I've ever played. Super responsive.

Art Thompson - Guitar Player Magazine

...clean tones to spare, and … a certain ‘vintageness’ to its soul. At higher levels the amp feels like it’s clawing to get off the leash, delivering ballsy, harmonically-rich grind that sounds badass for rhythm or solos.” - Art Thompson - Guitar Player Magazine