Egnater Tourmaster Amplifiers Integrate 30 Years of Expert Amp Design

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Private Reserve Guitars offers complete line of Egnater Tourmaster Amplifiers.

Guitar retailer Private Reserve Guitars announced recently that they are now an authorized dealer of Egnater amplifiers. The boutique tube-amp line was designed and developed by Bruce Egnater who has over 30 years of experience in amplifier manufacturing. Egnater amplifiers are heralded for their tonal versatility and well-crafted components. Private Reserve Guitars is proud to add Egnater amps to their guitar amplifier selection.

The Egnater Tourmaster Series is the latest all-tube innovation from the Maywood, California-based company. Its unique power grid circuit enables guitarists to set the power output and tube distortion for each channel.

Like all Tourmaster amps, the Egnater 4212 Combo has 4 channels and is powered by Groovetubes. Power can be adjusted from 10W to 100W for each of the channels and control knobs offer numerous sound configurations.

The 100W 4100 amp head follows suit with voicing switches and responsive controls that provide amp tones ranging from classic clean to monstrous gain.

The compact and lightweight 412 Speaker Cabinets are designed to complement the Tourmaster 4100 amp head. The Egnater cabs are loaded with Vintage 30 Celestion® speakers and built from birch plywood.

About Private Reserve Guitars
Private Reserve Guitars (PRG) specializes in new (and occasionally used) high-end stringed instruments from respected luthiers worldwide along with a vast array of acoustic and electric guitar accessories. PRG provides customers with photos and descriptions of individual guitars, as well as personal contact with a dedicated guitar tech to help them make decisions on serialized instruments. Unlike other musical instrument boutiques, Private Reserve Guitars is backed by direct music dealer Musician's Friend, whose 25 years of retailing adds their vast experience and buying power to the high-end guitar market.

Located in Medford, Oregon with warehousing in Kansas City, Missouri and a call center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Private Reserve Guitars can be contacted at 877-737-3781 and at http://www.privatereserveguitars.com.

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