Published On: Thu, Jul 8th, 2010

Win A Custom Built Hayden Mofo

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Make Your Own Amp in the Hayden Custom Store with Dolphin Music’s
Exclusive Competition

25 June 2010 Dolphin Music, the leading supplier of musical equipment online, is excited to announce an exclusive competition to win a Hayden MoFo 30 amplifier, hand built by legend Dave Green.

Dave Green is Hayden’s Chief Designer/Engineer and has been building quality amps for over 20 years. Dave Green has previously tuned amps for the likes of Oasis, Eagles of Death Metal, Carl Barat (The Libertines/Dirty Pretty Things) and Scottish alternative rock band and festival favourite, Biffy Clyro.

As an exclusive Dolphin Only offer, the prizewinner will also be invited down to the Hayden Custom shop in Essex. The winner will not only be able to see the amp being finished, they will also be able to test the amp with Dave Green, and then have the overall sound of the amp tweaked to exactly how they want it, resulting in:

A custom built, one-off sounding MoFo specially tuned to you.

Hayden amps are hand-wired in England by specialists with years of experience in defence-standard work.

Like all the truly classis guitar amps in history, each model in the Hayden range sets out to do a job and do it properly. From the moment you plug in, a Hayden makes its presence felt with a strong and unmistakable core tone that remains intact no matter how hard the amplifier is driven.

Drawing on the classic valve amp designs of the past, Hayden adds just the features a modern guitarist needs like valve switching, pick-up matching and the greater reliability that comes through refined circuit design, and leaves out the superfluous gimmicks that often stand in the way of great tone.

And through the careful combination of custom-wound transformers, defense-standard components and elegant signal topology, Hayden delivers a performance experience in which the player feels unusually ‘connected’ to the sound, and the volume control on the guitar is all that’s needed to move from clean through to crunch and overdriven sounds.



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