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Offline sundhy

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Blues Jammer Demo
« on: November 02, 2007, 04:53:37 pm »
Last night I took a Conrad Blues Jammer amp out to Clydes Prime Rib here in Portland, Oregon.  A local player, Steve Bradley wanted to try one out on a gig.  He was doing a guitar duo with another great local player, Jim Messi.  I had a wonderful time and shared some great Sunn stories.  One fellow came up to me who had moved "out west" for the east coast.  He was in a group in the late sixties while living in Ohio.  He was a proud Sunn user back then and we were both blown away on our coincidental meeting.  Another guy there was a 1972 Model T owner and plays the casino circuit.

The Blues Jammer stood head and shoulders above their favorite Fender amps.  This morning I got an email from Steve Bradley and thought I would share it with you.  Maybe some of you old-timers can relate to Steve' comments.

"It was great to see you at the rib and we all really enjoyed your
new Blues Jammer Amp.

Even audience members commented on the clarity and fullness.
The Blues Jr.'s are great for what they are but when you play the real
deal the difference is immediate.
   
A number of us are scheming to get our grubby mitts on a Blues Jammer. It's
just like we are teenagers again with our noses pressed against Peterts House of Music show windows
staring at the Showmans!

Too much fun!  We should all really grow up but we are kinda
busy...maybe get to it later."

Thanks Steve, I'm 68 and still a kid at heart, loving what I do.

Conrad Sundholm

Great tone my passion.

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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2007, 01:15:30 pm »
Sounds like a fun time was had by all!

I think it would help a lot for people who are wondering what these amps sound like to get some sound samples up on your website Conrad.

Greg

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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2007, 11:33:22 pm »
HEY, GREG - I HAVE A NEW WEBSITE READY TO GO IF I COULD JUST FIGURE OUT THE WHOLE FTP THING.  THERE ARE MANY SOUND CLIPS ON THE NEW SITE.  IN THE MEANTIME YOU MIGHT CHECK OUT WWW.MYSPACE.COM/CONRADAMPS  HERE ARE FOUR SOUND CLIPS THERE.

CONRAD SUNDHOLM
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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2007, 07:32:21 am »
I was wondering when your new web-site was going to happen. I'm looing forward to it.

I  know it's a little early, but are you going to have any documentaion with any of your new amps?
Particlulaty mine?

Thanks again Conrad, and we should all remain kids at heart. Life it too short already.

Mark

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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2007, 07:44:52 am »
Makes me want to move "out west". 

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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #5 on: April 19, 2010, 12:46:06 am »
Mr Conrad,  I checked out the Blues Jammer demo and I like what I heard!  Are there places in Southern California where one can demo one for themselves?  Does one need to purchase direct from you?  From what I heard on your demo from an actual performance it had a fantastic tone to that amp!
Here's my Gear:  Sunn alpha 112r, Fender Vibro Champ, Pro Junior, Blues Junior,Super Reverb, Vox AC4TV, Lil' Night Train, Blackstar HT-1,  Guitars: 2 Fender Strats, Telecaster, Squier Tele, Gibson LP Special SL, Epi SG Special, Fender P Bass, Kay SG.

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Re: Blues Jammer Demo
« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2010, 02:00:45 pm »
The Conrad Amps are sold direct to the performing artist.  I have 4 customers in the Los Angeles area.  if you get a chance, go see Tony Galla perform.  His website is www.tonygalla.com.  Tony is a versatile singer.  He performs operatic Italian classics to Blues and Jazz.  You will find a schedule of his gigs on his website.  Your best bet might be:

Vibrato Grill Jazz etc...
Friday, June 18
9:00 p.m. to Midnight
2930 Beverly Glen Circle
Bel Air, CA 90077-1724

I'm sure Tony would be happy to tell you about his Blues Jammer amp.

if you would like some better quality sound clips simply request them be email.  c.sundholm@comcast.net

Conrad Sundholm
www.conradamps.com
Great tone my passion.