Bray 100 Handwired 100 Watt Custom Plexi Style Amplifier:
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For players needing serious power and headroom, I offer the Bray 100, custom voiced to your needs, playing style, and existing gear. $3100 for the Standard model, and $3400 for the fully-loaded Deluxe model.
The Standard Bray 100 includes:
-Completely hand-wired, hand-soldered Point-To-Point turret board and components
-Precision tight-wound tube filament wiring design to eliminate AC filament hum
-Bray spec'd custom-wound transformers by Heyboer
-Gold color 16 gauge zinc-plated steel chassis
-3 ECC83 preamp tubes, 4 EL34 output tubes
-Output Level “Wife Knob” control lets you dial down the volume to whisper levels without losing gain or overdrive
-Plexi Style Channel 1 Bright and Channel 2 Dark channels allow you to mix each one into your sound how you want without the use of a separate jumper cable
-Plus Mode places the channels from parallel into series (as well as a few tonal changes), allowing even higher gain sounds.
-Your choice of tolex colors, at no additional charge
-(H) 10-3/4" x (W) 29" x (D) 8-1/4" , 44 lbs.Lifetime Warranty
-A soundclip of your actual amplifier upon completion, in case any tweaking or adjustment is needed prior to shipping.
The Bray 100 Deluxe also includes the following:
-Dual Output Level “Wife Knobs” and included LED footswitch allows switching to a louder volume level for solos, as well as keeping your volume level loud when turning down your guitar's volume level for a clean sound
-Harmonic Switch push/pull switch added to the Treble Control, adding harmonics and upper mids when pulled out. I enjoy this with guitars that have somewhat scooped pickups such as vintage PAF styles.
-Vintage/Hot Switch push/pull switch added to the Midrange Control, allowing a slightly more aggressive tone when pulled out, and a mellower sound when pushed in. Useful when in Plus Mode, push it in to take a slight edge off, as well as for very clean sounds.
-Channel 1 Bright Switch added to the Channel 1 Volume Control, adding high frequencies when pulled out. Although bypassed when the volume control is all the way up, it is useful for Classic Rock sounds when the Channel 1 Volume is set around 6. Pulled out, it adds just a bit of “clang” to bring you out of the mix.
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