Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Making up for lost time!

For anyone who has visited our blog recently we would like to say thank you! We appreciate every visit. We have been kind of slow to updates this blog and to put product on our retail website. For this we do apologize. Between the holiday season and bad weather things have kind of backlogged. We will be placing more product on the site soon. We will also be putting new content on this blog that will be of interest to all you guitar players out there. Look for some new versions of our pedals this year. We are making changes to our "Four40" envelope filter, our "Temptation" distortion/overdrive pedal, our Angel Song" chorus pedal and we hope to have a really cool WAH WAH pedal by March. This is one of the reasons we are slow to list product. We need to get them built and photographed. Please be patent and check both here and at www.alphaomegafx.com often for updates. Remember we build each pedal by hand and it takes time to produce high quality effects for you the discriminating guitarist. We won't release a pedal until its up to our high standards.


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Until next time,
God Bless
Dana @ Alpha Omega Guitar Effects

Monday, January 14, 2008

New Alpha Omega Guitar Effects Blog Feature!

I'm adding a new feature to our blog.
The Alpha Omega Guitar Effects Featured Pedal of the Week.
On the side bar above our survey we will feature one of our pedals with a photo and sound clip.
I tried to put multiple clips on but it made the players run to slow so I need to do it one clip at a time.
To hear all of our pedals please visit this link:
Or visit our retail website at:

Have a great week,
God Bless all
and most of all,


Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Cool Amp Company!

I was surfing the web the other day and ran across this amplifier company. We just happen to share a common name but have no affiliation. They are called Alpha & Omega Amplifiers. I really like to find and share other small company's that are making high quality products for the wonderful world of guitars. They make three amps. All tube and all based on classic proven vintage amp circuits. I'm planing on ordering one soon. I really like the one based on the Fender Bassman 4x10. Its more expensive than a Fender but I'll take small company hand made any day over large factory produced. Don't get me wrong, I do like Fender amps and their Blues DeVille is one of my favorites but I just like supporting small specialty company's. I have yet to hear one but I hope to soon.
Here are some pics and Stats:

The David:

  • 30 watts output power
  • one Alnico 12" and one Alnico 10" speakers
  • all tube design, point-to-point wired
  • 2 x 6L6 output, near Class A
  • 5AR4 tube rectifier, 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • single channel, Normal and High Gain inputs
  • volume, treble, mid, bass, reverb controls
  • true spring reverb
  • birch plywood cabinet with covering
  • 22" x 20" x 10"
  • 40 lb

Here is a quote from their website:
"At A&O, we make our own cabinets constructed with 1/4" finger joints for strength. They are then covered with durable woven materials that look good and travel well. The speaker baffles are cut from sturdy birch-plywood instead of particle board (which has a tendency to crumble with use). We finish them off with attractive leather handles and an extra long power cable for convenience. After final assemly, each amp is tested, biased, and burned in. You Alpha & Omega is ready to go...right from the get-go."

The Big Al:

  • 40 watts output power
  • four Alnico 10" speakers
  • all tube design, point-to-point wired
  • 2 x 6L6 output
  • 5AR4 tube rectifier, 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • four inputs, two channels (Normal and Bright)
  • volume (x2), treble, mid, bass, presence controls
  • birch plywood cabinet with covering
  • 22.5" x 23.25" x 11.5"
  • 50 lbs

The Babe:

  • 8 watts output power
  • one Alnico 10" speakers
  • all tube design, point-to-point wired
  • one 6L6 output
  • 5Y3 tube rectifier, 12AX7 preamp tube
  • single input with on/off volume control
  • birch plywood cabinet with covering
  • 15.5" x 14.5" x 8.75"
  • 21 lb

  • You can view their website at http://alphaomegaamps.com/

    Again, we are not affiliated. Just a coincidence we share a common name.

    Please visit our retail website at http://www.alphaomegafx.com/
    for quality handbuilt boutique guitar effects.
    Thanks again,
    Dana @ Alpha Omega Guitar Effects