Fat Tone Amps | Fat Tone Amps specialise in creating and building bespoke tube amps for harmonicas. With customised reverb and tremolo options available, our amps allow you to release your true tone.
Fat Tone Amps specialise in creating and building bespoke tube amps for harmonicas. With customised reverb and tremolo options available, our amps allow you to release your true tone. Watch demo videos here.
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Award-winning harp maestro Liam Ward with the first of his three part video diary on what it’s like to have Fat Tone Amps craft a bespoke harp amp for you. Part One: The Consultation.

Here’s Liam with the second of his three part video diary on what it’s like to have Fat Tone Amps craft a bespoke harp amp for you. Part Two: The Build.

And finally part three of the video diary on what it’s like to have Fat Tone Amps craft a bespoke harp amp for you. Part Three: Collection.

Check out Liam Ward at a recent concert playing William Clarke’s ‘Early in the Morning’ through his new Fat Tone Amp. The delay you hear is actually built into the amp at Liam’s request. An analogue delay circuit built into a tube harp amp is, we believe, a first! And it’s available to you as an optional extra.

Liam Ward and Malcolm Thorne playing an original blues song ‘I Got Lucky’ recorded at Long Street Blues Club on Saturday 25th January in Devizes.