The new DSM Humbolt Simplifier is a zero-Watt stereo guitar amplifier designed to play nicely with your pedalboard. Designed and built in Chile, this flexible little amp has plenty to offer.
DSM Humbolt Simplifier
DSM Noisemaker and Humboldt Electronics have partnered to create the Simplifier, an all analogue, zero-Watt stereo guitar amplifier that has three preamp modes. These include what DSM Humbolt describes as the AC BRIT (Classic AC30), the AMERICAN (Classic blackface deluxe) and the MS BRIT (Classic Plexi).
It also has a power amp stage that allows you to choose from 6L6, EL34 and KT88 simulations. You also have the choice of various cabinet simulations like 1×12, 2×12 or 4×12 cabinets.
You also get a stereo Spread Control for adding more width to your mix, a handy stereo effects loop, plus a headphones amp and Aux input for monitoring or silent practice. This little amp sounds useful, and not just on your pedalboard. You could also plonk it on your desktop to build your tones.
The Simplifier has two balanced XLR outs and two 1/4-inch outputs which can can be used simultaneously, giving you a total of four outs at once!
The Simplifier controls for Bass, Middle, Treble, Volume and Gain, plus a switch that lets you choose between the three preamp modes.
You can pre-order the new DSM Humbolt Simplifier now via the link below. If your not sure how you could use it, then check the video out below to see it in action.
RRP – USD 259 pre orders open now