About Friedman Amps
Dave Friedman got started building racks and rigs when he was 18 years old at Any Breuer Studio Rentals for some of the hottest session players of the era, such as Mike Landau, Dan Huff, Dean Parks, and Mike Lukather. Later, he moved on to Egnater amps, where he was mentored by Bruce Egnater. Highly motivated, it didn't take Dave long to graduate from mentee to partner, and he proved pivotal in the development of the Egnater four-channel tube rack IE-4 preamp.
The Friedman “BE 100 Deluxe”
This hand-wired amp boasts 100 watts through three separate channels, each with independent gain and master knobs. The BE and HBE channels bring that quintessential crunch that made Friedman legendary, and the clean channel derives its character from the Plexi circuit of the small box combo amp. The BE 100 Deluxe shines with virtually any kind of guitar and is highly responsive to pot movements and hand technique. With an app like this, you can take over the world.