<b>- Michael Nomad Ripoll</b>

- Michael Nomad Ripoll

"What else can you say about an amp that describes it's illustrious tones with it's own name?… Welcome to ToneVille!" Musical Director for Babyface

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"Perfectly fitted and visually striking dovetail joints accentuate the contrasting wood tones and undoubtedly contribute to the amp’s sonic characteristics."
–Vintage Guitar

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All of the tones are very rich sounding... it does some stuff most of my amps don't!

All of the tones are very rich sounding... it does some stuff most of my amps don't!


- Jason Livermore
(Rise Against Producer)

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<b>Custom Mil-Spec Aluminum Chassis Fabricated in the U.S.A.</b>

Custom Mil-Spec Aluminum Chassis Fabricated in the U.S.A.

Guitarists who cherish supreme dynamic response and the ability to play the amp like an instrument will flip their wigs. (Yes, their wigs will literally rotate 180°.) -Premier Guitar

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<b>Take Me Back, ToneVille...</b>

Take Me Back, ToneVille...

Choose your combo and match it with our Vintage 30 Extension Cab, to make your 2x12 stack!

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Incredible tone, amazing quality

Prepare to be impressed!


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Editor's Pick from Premier Guitar Magazine

ToneVille receives Editor's Pick for Rio Grande model at Winter NAMM 2015!

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Two "Gear-of-the-Year" awards for ToneVille

from Guitar World Magazine and Premier Guitar Magazine 2014

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Artist Spotlight

Roy Kariok (Toni Braxton, Keysha Cole, Backstreet Boys) LA based guitar player from Tel Aviv Israel gains his ToneVille citizenship!

Lance Herring (Group 1 Crew) is a Nashville based rippin guitar player and session studio musician. Welcome to ToneVille Lance!

Check him out on the artists page!


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Top Gear Review from Guitar Aficionado Magazine

If I was forced to choose just one desert island amp, I’d be torn between my tweed 1957 Fender Deluxe 5E3 and my brown 1962 Fender Deluxe 6G3. Ideally, I’d want an amp with the wide dynamic range and harmonically complex distortion of the ’57 (but without the sag) and the Plexi-like roar and tight definition of the ’62. Perhaps the clean tone could be a little more sparkling and pristine, too. That’s pretty much the definition of ToneVille’s top-of-the-line Beale St. model. Like a Fender Deluxe, the Beale St. sounds great no matter where you set the controls (and has a lot more of them) read more >>

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Premier Gear Award from Premier Guitar Magazine

The Beale St. is bright—markedly brighter than, say, a blackface Deluxe, especially a well-worn vintage one. But it’s an incredibly sweet-sounding brightness, with lovely chiming overtones at all settings. It’s the kind of brightness you embrace with both arms—intense, but never wince-inducing. The Beale St. doesn’t sound precisely like a Matchless, Dumble, or Trainwreck, but like those amps, it excels at electrifying highs. At times, it’s like playing a Tesla coil... read more >>

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Red-Carpet Ready Review from Vintage Guitar

No need for Tolex or tweed here. Perfectly fitted and visually striking dovetail joints accentuate the contrasting wood tones and undoubtedly contribute to the amp’s sonic characteristics. Speaking of tone, this baby breathes! The lows have tremendous punch and the highs are very Vox-like.
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