Synergy Amps1-19 of 19 products
Synergy Amps Soldano SLO Two Channel Pre-amp Module
Synergy Amps Friedman Brown Eye Two Channel Pre-amp Module
Synergy Amps Steve Vai Signature 2 Channel Preamp Module
Synergy Amps Bogner Ecstasy 2 Channel Preamp Module
Synergy Amps Fryette Deliverance 2 Channel Preamp Module
Synergy Amps B-MAN Two Channel Pre-amp Module
Synergy Amps SYN-5050 Guitar Power Amp
Synergy Amps SYN-1 Guitar Pre Amp
Synergy Amps SYN-30 30-watt 3-channel Tube Head
Synergy Amps Bogner Uberschall 2 Channel Preamp Module
Synergy Amps Engl Powerball 2 Channel Preamp Module
Synergy Amps SYN-30C 3 Channel 30W Combo
Synergy Amps OS 2 Channel Preamp Module 2 x 12AX7 (Based on Dumble Overdrive Special)
Synergy Amps SYN-2 Guitar Pre Amp
Synergy Amps Diezel VH4 Two Channel Pre-amp Module
Synergy Amps Friedman Dirty Shirley Two Channel Pre-amp Module
Synergy Amps Metropoulos Metro Plex Two Channel Pre Amp Module
Synergy Amps 800 Tube Pre-Amp Module
Synergy Amps Morgan AC Two Channel Pre-amp Module
About Synergy Amps
Synergy Amps are ingenious. If you need incredible versatility, you need a digital modelling amp. Synergy Amps throw all that up in the air by giving you a range of boutique valve amps in a modular format.
Synergy offer an affordable way to collect boutique american valve amp sounds. Much like changing the game cartridge in an old Nintendo, they enable you to swap in and out the preamp section of an amplifier. This gives you an amazing range of tones without having to invest in multiple amplifiers. You simply change the important bit - the preamp.
These preamps are designed by revered boutique amp manufacturers such as Diesel, Soldano, Bogner, Friedman, Morgan and Engl. You can use these preamps in three different ways: with the SYN-1 to use as a ‘direct out’ preamp; with the Fryette-designed SYN-5050 power amp into a guitar cab; or the SYN-30C, a 30-watt all-valve combo with replaceable preamp section.
The beauty of a Synergy preamp with the SYN-1 is that you can actually integrate them with your current amp. Simply plug the unit into the effects loop of your amp and, hey presto, you now have another channel! If you’re amp doesn’t have an effects loop, you can run it directly into the front like an effects pedal.