Rivera's Special Edition Clubster Royale 1x12 inch Combo offers two discrete preamp channels powered by three 12AX7 tubes, a tuned high gain lead channel, active effects loop, and 50 watts of EL34 Tube tone for a hardcore chunky bottom end, clean rhythms, and sweet sustain and distortion to satisfy your musical desires. >More
The Rivera K-Tre Knucklehead Tre Reverb guitar amplifier head features outrageous amounts of gain, more than any other Rivera amp, without losing any of their legendary note definition. Along with sustain for years comes a massive bottom end, totally controllable with Rivera's Patent Pending Foundation control. >More
Clean sustain is the Holy Grail for a guitar player and the Rivera Sustain Shaman compressor pedal conjures up the right formula to get it. Most compressor pedals on the market are a rehash of a classic compromised design from the '70s. >More
The Rivera Sedona 55 acoustic guitar combo amp, the world's first all-tube Electric and Acoustic amp designed in collaboration with Nashville finger-picking legend, Doyle Dykes. Accolades have been given to Sedona from all over the world. >More
The Rivera KR7 Mick Thomson Signature 100 Watt Knucklehead designed in conjunction by Mick Thomson and Paul Rivera adjusted the frequencies in the midrange to give the amp more punch and bring more definition to the bottom-end. Mick also had the gain increased and "sweetened" the top-end to compliment his guitars. Mick wanted this amp to be flexible for all playing styles but specialize in aggressive, quick and defined riffs. Complimenting his signature amp, Mick Thomson chose the Celestion K100's in his K412T MT and K412B MT signature cabinets to increase the headroom for maximum attack with lower tuned guitars. >More
The Rivera Blues Shaman Overdrive emulates the tonal and dynamic range of a small Class A tube amp, with buttery warmth and soft clipping in its overdrive. The Rivera Blues Shaman's Ascension footswitch delivers feisty gain boost, and its Tone control shapes highs while retaining beefy lows. Further tone shaping comes by flipping the Stack/ Combo switch, which emphasizes tones characteristic of compact, open-backed amps or large-volume closed-back speaker stacks. >More
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