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Friday, 13 November 2015 19:02

Buxom Betty - "Thinking outside of the box" with Jeremy Krull

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The all hand wired Buxom Betty is the ultimate clean to mid break up amplifier. With loads of head room this amplifier will take you from massively beautiful clean tones to classic angry textural crunch. This is enough for most other amplifiers in its class, but the Buxom Betty also bares the Friedman moniker, which means it is allusively versatile above all others and beyond even what it was originally designed to do.

Which brings to mind this very important question... What defines what an amplifier is really meant to do? If an amplifier is put in the hands of an unconventional player, someone who thinks outside of the box, with no restrictions, no rules, no guidelines put upon them what so ever... does that ultimate clean to mid break up amplifier still do only what it was meant to do? Artist Jeremy Krull put that question to the test in this video.

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