Where are milkman amplifiers made?
Milkman guitar amps are all handmade in San Francisco by a small team headed up by Tim Marcus, who named the company as an homage to his family – they were all milkmen!
Who owns milkman amps?
Proprietor Tim Marcus
One such company is Milkman Sound. Proprietor Tim Marcus established his current base in the South San Francisco area in 2016. Since 2006, he’d worked to manufacture his extensive range of boutique amplifiers from his apartment in the Lower Haight.
What is the milkman the amp based on?
The preamp is based around a single 12AX7 running at high voltage in a discrete Class A circuit. The tube preamp reacts with a guitar the same way any tube amplifier does: it generates harmonics and the sweet sounding high fidelity tone that tubes are known for.
Who is Mark Bartel?
Mark Bartel is in demand as a versatile conductor and music educator. After a 16-year tenure in the United States, he returned to Canada in 2019 to join the faculty at Ambrose University as Associate Professor of Music. Since arriving in Calgary, he has been appointed Artistic Director of the Spiritus Chamber Choir.
Who started Tone King?
Tone King is a manufacturer of vacuum tube guitar amplifiers and stand-alone attenuators located in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. Tone King was founded by Mark Bartel in 1993 in Kingston, New York. In 1994 Mark moved the company to Baltimore.
Where are Tone King amps built?
Tone King all-tube amplifiers and attenuators are proudly built in the USA using hand selected components. Each vintage-style design takes you on a tonal journey to the familiar sound of yesteryear.
Where are Fender amps made now?
HAND-WIRED IN CORONA, CA Just like the great Fender guitar amps of the 1950s and ’60s that founded our amp legacy and defined the essence of pure tone and power, this amplifier is hand-wired and assembled in the United States.