Broken Crow Amplification was a first-time exhibitor at Summer NAMM 2016 in Nashville, and Booth 1546 was the place to be.
Premier Guitar showed Broken Crow Amps the love with an Editor’s Pick: Day 1.
“Broken Crow Amplification is a new company making their NAMM debut with some fine-looking amps. Their BC-20 is a handwired affair based on a classic American tweed design that features two channels blended to drive each other, a shared tone control, and bright and heavy boost switches for uber clean tones to overdriven to all our screaming.”
Mark Prentice and his virtuoso guitar player son, John Reno Prentice, stopped by our booth to rock out our BC-B30… It leans towards classic British voicings mixed with Broken Crow’s signature sound and has a simple but extremely reactive knob configuration. James Beau Edwards demo’d our BC-T20. Tony Sarno got it done with our British influenced BC-B30 — sweetest clean or screaming distortion, no pedals necessary. John Banks, Lee Baker, Nick Jaffe, Stacy Stewart with Tullie Brae — thanks to everybody who stopped by.
Click here to watch Premier Guitar’s Shawn Hammond check out our classic American vintage.
Joe Lamond, NAMM president and CEO says, “The industry continues to change rapidly and in my opinion, the clues to success were available to forward-thinking members on the show floor this year in Nashville.”
The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) is the not-for-profit association designed to strengthen the music products industry.