Texas Tone™ Featured Artists

Texas Tone™ custom tube guitar amplifiers are designed and built by musicians, for musicians who appreciate great tone. When you sound better, you play better. After all, Your Tone Matters!

Wade Hill

Wade Hill, lead guitarist for country music artist Wynn Williams loves his red snakeskin Texas Tone Ranger head and speaker cab. After a recent show at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, he told me that it "Sounds awesome" and "sounds like a million bucks dude" Don't worry, it costs far less than that!

You can catch Wade Hill and the Wynn Williams band by checking their website for schudeling. We're proud to be associated with an artist that believes in "standing by your word, honoring a handshake, and working hard". Country music is not about where you’re from or what you wear; it’s about how you live. And, the Wynn Williams Band carries on the tradition of real country music. Yeah, Buddy!


The Traveling Ones

Justin Ahmanson of the The Traveling Ones commissoned the Ahmanson Special to help him pull his signature soulfufl slide tones with his Gibson SG at lower stage volumes. He and Emily called it Amazing tone! and Tone for days! They write and play their own material, featuring tight vocals and heartfelt music. It's a pleasure working with them, and they make great music together.

The Traveling Ones

The Traveling Ones, an Americana band from Nashville, TN. Guitarist Justin Ahmanson playing slide on his Gibson SG through the Texas Tone™ Ahmanson Special tube amp at One-2-One bar in Austin, Texas.

Bryce Wayt

Bryce Wayt is a proud member of the Texas Tone™ family. An accomplished guitarist in commmand of several styles, he's an enthusiatic endorser of Texas Tone tube amplifiers. Although he hails from California, he now makes his home in Texas. Check out his Texas Tone 30 amplifier demo.

Bryce Wayt

Chris Keathley

Chris, the lead guitarist for Macy Dot Music. Here is Chris at a recent gig in Austin, where he brought cheers from the crowd many times with his expressive guitar playing.

Chris Keathley

John Barnes

John was an early adopter of Texas Tone, and called it the best amp choice he ever made. On a DaveTV appearance with John, our buddy Paul LeMond played his Danelectro baritone through it. His comment? "Great amp! It really made that baritone guitar sing!" Thanks, Paul and John

Texas Tone 12 on DaveTV

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