Our hand built amps have been enjoyed by some very notable musicians. We received credit on the Tragically Hip’s “World Container” and “We Are the Same” CD’s and we were honourably mentioned in Billy Gibbons book Rock & Roll Gearhead and in Tone Quest magazine. The HiFi Channel featured Trinity Amps in an episode of HD Guitar Picks hosted by Kim Mitchell. We were the first Canadian distributor of Tone Tubby loudspeakers (used by Gibbons, Clapton, Santana, Trucks and more) and have sold them to musicians like Myles Goodwyn, from April Wine. Our custom built cabinets have been used by Prince and Donna Grantis and we design and use our own custom vintage spec transformers built in the USA.
Stephen built me an Overdrive Special Design head and custom Sidewinder Cabinet loaded with 212 Tone Tubby 'Bomb' I had been searching for the holy grail of tone and found it. I cannot say enough about the amp. It really cuts on everything. The clean channel is superb and the amp bristles with clarity and tone. It is a loud 22 watts. I use Les Paul's and the OSD really brings out the great tone. The band really appreciates the Sidewinder cab because the side openings lets my sound project across the stage and everyone can hear me crystal clear. The two channels and preamp controls and balance give the perfect crunch, cleans and downright dirty when necessary. The effects loop works perfectly and the amp runs dead quiet.
All round great amp!
Read about how Trinity Amps were used on Ross Neilsen’s CD “Elemental” here.
The new Trinity TC15 faithfully reproduces both Matchless and Vox amp tones. The two channel TC15 is a 15 watt amp with two very different Vox derived channels. One is sweet and one is tough.
Trinity Amps builds six two channel versions of Marshall 18 watt amps - the sIII, Plexi, Plexi MkII, TMB and the v6. All 18 watt amps incorporate Treble, Midrange, Bass, Gain and Volume. The second channel has Tone and Volume controls.
For rock, country or blues players who want a moderately powered amp they can crank up on a small to medium sized gig or in the studio, the Trinity Amps Tweed may be the amp for you. The fat, snappy guitar tones heard on many recordings, from Memphis to Abbey Road, were made using the Tweed.
Based on the classic design originally pioneered by Hiwatt, The Triwatt has a preamp inspired by the early "4 Hole" amps, and by Pink Floyd legend, David Gilmour's "3 Hole" version which had two bright channels inputs and a third linking the two. The Triwatt has that classic Hiwatt sound, reminicient of Pete Townsend and David Gilmour.
The Tramp is a brand new design that incorporates extreme, useful flexibility with distinct amp voices and plenty of features. With a simple pull of a switch, you can go from Tweed to 'Tude; another pull switch and you can play Fat or Thin. Using the Volume, Master Volume and Power Level controls along with Bass and Treble, achieves tonal nirvana!
The heritage of the Trinity Amps OSD (Overdrive Special Design) is a Dumble Skyliner concept in a compact format with slightly fewer frills. These amplifiers are synonymous with the rarest finest boutique amplifiers used by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Johnson, Carlos Santana, John Mayer, Robben Ford, Larry Carlton and more.
Trinity Trip Top
Based on several years of vintage Ampeg B15 designs, the Trip Top combines the original circuits of both the Ampeg B-15NC (1964) as well as the later B-15NF (1965-67). The B-15-NF channel has the volume control section before the tone stack and in the B-15-NC channel it is after. Maintaining these circuits keeps the same gain structure and biasing found in the original B-15N amp designs, helping to preserve their true heritage.
The TriFly is a "One-Knob Wonder". One simple control to turn the amp on and change the volume. Having 2, full-size 9 pin tubes means interchangeability with both new stock and NOS tubes if you are searching for a special tone. Use the 12AX7 or swap in one of several lower gain preamp tubes or switch from the supplied 12BH7 to 12AU7 for even lower power.
Just about everybody who’s ever picked up a Strat or Tele is familiar with the tweed Fender Champ—the little practice amp that could, the one famous for being the amp that Clapton used to record “Layla.” Our Triton does not disappoint!