Posted by yellowdog on Sunday, January 14, 2018
Recently I invented a new movable mechanical amplifier which, like my "Movable Tone Amplifier for Banjos" and "Banjo Bass & Enhancer Amp", (see them under "Banjo Accessories Ads here), is constructed from cardstock, tape, staples, and thin musical woods and metals. But unlike those current products the new amplifier is much, much louder and has greater sustain and improved sound quality. The improvement over those products is so great that it even increased the volume and sustain of my guitar and mandolin! I've named it "The Butterfly Timbre Amplifier For Banjos, Acoustic Guitars, and Mandolins" because it looks a lot like a butterfly and works on all those instruments. I gave my fiddle away last year so I can't say yet if it works on a fiddle but it may.
I get the best sound from my Gibson Mastertone tenor with all three products installed so the Butterfly Amp did not replace my earlier products, but it is certainly is the most impressive of the three. So it should be the first to purchase if you are not already a customer, especially if you also play a guitar or mandolin.
The price for the Butterfly Amp hasn't been set yet but it will probably be about be about $19 plus $1 postage in the U.S. and $2 postage to other countries. It should be available for purchase in the next few weeks so please watch for our ad for it under "Banjo Accessories". Frank Geiger ("yellowdog")
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