From the mind of Reinhold Bogner. Innovative tube guitar amplifiers, speaker cabinets and pedals. Helping artists from all around the world reach deeper into their souls to discover and refine their true musical voice. Be Artful. Be Unique. Be Bold. Bogner!
Inspiring sonic creations.
Each design is unique, intriguing and vibrant. The sounds and feel are organic, colorful and real, just like the earth you walk upon. So plug in, turn up and explore!
A fixed slightly angled baffle board, with a removable grill, matches the construction of our 4×12 straight cabinet.
Bogner 112CP Closed back with dual front ports, plenty of low end with nice bell like highs. comes standard with a celestion vintage 30 at 16 ohm.
Bogner 4×12 cabinets is the use of 16 ohm speakers wired for 16 ohm impedance. Includes two metal bar side handles and casters that are removable via a sliding base-plate.
The Goldfinger is based around the rich harmonic textures of the iconic 6V6 tube. Known for having a nice warmth and a creamy breakup at fairly low volumes, the 6V6 sings like an EL34 but has more chime for cleaner bell like tones.
The front end is vaguely based on the Goldfinger 45's pre-amp but with the ability to change it's tonal character via the BAX mode from a classic 60's tone stack to a Bax EQ which is reminiscent of 50's department store amps.
The most versatile and ultimate bedroom to stage amplifier that goes from 1 to 5 or 18 watts full tube power without sacrificing tone and feel.
Featuring two highly evolved channels, capable of clean tones that shimmer like icicles in the deep of winter moonlight and tube saturation that is so rich and powerful it should be illegal in the free world. Foot-switchable boost function for both channels, variable for channel 2.
Uberschall is the German word for Super Sonic and we designed this amp primarily for extreme, heavy and aggressive styles of music.
A power amp dampening control was added located on the back panel. This control labeled Excursion is great to dial in a full sound at low volumes or adjust the right balanced bass to a cabinet. Be careful as this can add massive bottom to your sound which might overpower other frequencies and cover up an overall balanced sound. Best to keep low at higher volumes.