Narwhal Catalog 2019/2020(In order of retail price, low to high.)
Starfish Scrambler - $149Quantity - 6
Designed to be everything that the Barnacles is not. Almost as weird as Dr Pr0n but a lot more practical. Parts are in stock for a run of six units in blue unprinted cases.
Barnacle Fuzz - $149Quantity - 6
The screen printed cases are all gone but this is my most popular item. I have the parts ready to build six units in unprinted cases.
Kraken MKII - $149
Quantity - 1For some reason I have one of these half built.
Kraken MK1.5 - $175
Quantity - 3This is one of my favorites. The Kraken is my most modified design. This version combines what works well in the original with what worked best in the MKII. It really shines when build with a germanium transistor, for soft clipping, in stage two.
Dr Pr0n CMOS Ring Modulator - $199Quantity - 1
I have one PCB left. I’ll build it if someone wants it.
Cardigan Tube Overdrive - $199Quantity - 3 (These will go fast)
I’m pretty determined to fit a tweed Princeton preamp in a brown Hammond 1590 case. I’m 99% of the way there.
Cathedral Series Amp - TBAQuantity - 2 (1 is spoken for)
A good friend of mine build two beautiful Sycamore cabinets. At the time the designs that I had just weren’t right for these. Lately, older and older vintage gear has been coming through. I’m going to build one high power and one low power amp based on the 1930’s and 1940’s amps that I’ve restored. Stu will get to pick the one that he likes the best. The other one will be available for sale.
Echo Twin Ampsonite - TBAQuantity - 1
A lot of vintage Ampeg stuff has been coming through the shop. I was quite inspired by the Ampeg Super Echo Twin. This suitcase amp will feature a tube preamp amp and solid state power amp. It will have stereo reverb and two 10” neo speakers.
Sir Richard III - TBAQuantity - 1
This is a very old project that I never finished. But I have some Demeter transformers from an Orange that I can use to complete it. This will be a British style amp with an EF86 input stage 2 EL34 tubes and a GZ34 rectifier tube. Power will be around 40 Watts. Unless otherwise specified by the finial customer, this will end up in a Mojo tone JMP style head box.