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December 27, 2004
TheAirtightGarage has announced the Emily model, a 5E3-based combo guitar amplifier.
Loosely modeled after the 5E3 Deluxe, it features a larger cabinet, but retains the same tube complement and 12" speaker. The cabinet is solid wood and circuitry is point to point. Top-mounted controls are two bright and two normal inputs, volume control for each input, and a master tone control.
The Emily comes standard with a Jensen P12R Alnico driver, one 12AY7, one 12AX7, two 6V6GT's and a 5Y3GT rectifier. Options include a bell cover forthe speaker, brass nameplate, and vintage 6V6's.
The Emily is sold direct from TheAirtightGarage for $1000.
For more information, visit their web site at www.theairtightgarage.com