|The HarpGear 50
|The HarpGear 50:
$1750 120V US / Canada
$1790 240V Export
Here is Jason Ricci playing through the HG50 without any effects.
Here is Jason explaining his gear featuring the HG50 for those interested. This includes effects.
There is some clipping in the following videos due to the high volume at the festival. I hope you still enjoy them for what they are. Any clipping you hear in his playing appears to be a problem he was having with his wireless transmitter. Every time it happens you will see him pushing his transmitter back into the bottom of the mic and it goes away.
New Jason Ricci videos with the HarpGear 50 at the Jacksonville Blues Festival.
All HarpGear Amplifiers include:
-Solid pine finger jointed cabinet.
-Solid 3/8" Baltic birch baffle for the best sound reproduction. The baffle acts just like the sound board on a guitar and unlike particle board baffles which absorb the tone the Baltic birch reproduces your tone accurately.
-High quality transformers for a truly awesome sound as well as oversized transformers to add more honk to your amp and give you plenty of sweet round distortion.
-Mil Spec G10 Garrolite eyelet boards to prevent both tweed disease and moisture absorption common on pressed fiber boards which produces false capacitance and causes crackle and hum. You will not have that problem with our boards and they will last a lifetime.
-Highest quality components including Sprague Atoms capacitors, Xicon Capacitors, Sprague Orange Drop, IC or Mallory 150 tone caps, phenolic sockets, switchcraft jacks and custom transformers.
-All amplifiers are hand wired one at a time with the utmost attention to detail. All component leads are straightened and cleaned before the are soldered to the G10 board.
-Values of components are increased in key areas to make the amplifier more responsive with all the bass and crunch a harp player needs.
-Weber VST speakers, Real Vintage and Jensen vintage speakers.
-An additional line out jack to run to the PA so you will never have a problem being heard over the rest of the band. You can still use your amp as a monitor to hear yourself while plugged into the PA. The line out can also be used to record directly into your computer line in or into a sound board.