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Sola Sound

Sola Sound is an effects and amplifier brand of Macaris Musical Instruments. In 1964 Larry and Joe Macari founded Sola Sounds Limited to develop a range of products made for and sold by the Macaris Musical Exchange shops, as well for distribution nationwide. The product range started with fuzz and effect pedals, but later grew to include amplifiers, mixers, spring reverbs, and microphones. Sola Sound also made Colorsound effects & amplifiers from 1967 onwards.

Source: The Tone Bender Timeline (10 November 2018)

Source: Macaris website (10 November 2018)

Colorsound

Colorsound is an effects and amplifier brand of Macaris Musical Instruments. In 1964 Larry and Joe Macari founded Sola Sounds Limited to develop a range of products made for and sold by the Macaris Musical Exchange shops, as well for distribution nationwide. The product range started with fuzz and effect pedals, but later grew to include amplifiers, mixers, spring reverbs, and microphones. The Macaris established the Colorsound brand in 1967. Larry and Joe Macari opened a factory to make Colorsound effects pedals and each type came in a different, brightly coloured enclosure.

Source: The Tone Bender Timeline (10 November 2018)

Source: Macaris website (10 November 2018)

Farfisa

Farfisa is an Italian electronics company established in 1946. Farfisa is best known for its organs made from the 1960s until the 1980s but they also produced guitar amplifiers and effects. Farfisa also sold acoustic and classical guitars under the Fuerstenberg and  L. Mozzani brand names. The musical division of Farfisa was bought by Bontempi.

Multivox

Multivox was founded in 1946 as the guitar and amplifier manufacturing subsiduary of the Sorkin Music Company founded by Peter Sorkin in 1938. Mutlivox also made Premier brand amplifiers. After Sorkin Music closed in 1970, Multivox carried on until 1984 selling amplifers and Japanese made synthesizers and effects pedals.

Source: Sorkin catalogs 1950s to 1970

Source: Guitar Amplifier Encyclopedia. Brian Tarquin

 

Matao

Matao was a house brand of Music West Inc a chain of music store franchises from Washington to Nevada. Matao instruments included acoustic, electric and bass guitars, banjos and madolins as well as effects pedals. The instruments were made in Japan or Korea from the late 1960s until the early 1980s.

Sanox

Sanox was a brand name of the SSSound Company Ltd of Aichi, Japan. Sanox effects, guitars and basses were made from the late 1970s until the mid 1980s.

Source: Logabass by Sanox catalog, 1980s

Positive Grid

Positive Grid is based in California, with satellite operations in Europe and Asia.Since 2008, the company has designed and developed a core technology base and is currently expanding it to various applications for mobile, desktop, and hardware. Positive Grid’s best-known product range features the JamUp, BIAS Amp, and BIAS FX amp-and-effects guitar processor software, as well as the BIAS Pro pedal line, and the BIAS Head and BIAS Rack amplifiers.

Source: Positive Grid website (27 November 2017)

Pearl

The Japanese Pearl Drum company bought the Hayashi acoustic guitar company in the early 1970s, and began selling Pearl branded acoustic guitars made by Hayashi. There were also Pearl Export Series solid body electric guitars and basses made by Matsumoku from the mid-1970s to mid-1980s. The Pearl Musical Instrument company also sold a range of effects pedals and solid state amplifiers in the 1980s.

Source:  Jack Westheimer Pioneer of Global Guitarmaking. By Michael Wright. Vintage Guitar Magazine

Source: Pearl Guitars...brought to you by Matsumoku and Hayashi

Source: 1983 Pearl Effects catalog

JOYO

JOYO TECHNOLOGY is a Chinese company specializing in R&D, manufacturing and marketing digital products for music education. There are two brands under JOYO TECH: JOYO and Dr. J. Their main products include: Effects Pedals, Guitar Amplifiers, Tube Amplifiers, Rock House, Metronomes, Tuners, EQ systems, Drum Practice Pads, Pedal Controllers, Synthesizers, E-Erhus, Wireless Systems, Audio Cables, and Portable Power Supplies.

Source: JOYO website (1 November 2017)

Biyang

The Biyang brand was launched in 2003 as an affordable guitar effects range made in Shanxi province, China. In 2007 Biyang launched the Tone Fancier range - with mirror surfaced matching stainless steel control panels. The Biyang Baby Boom pedals were released in 2010 - these were miniature colorful pedals. In 2012 Biyang released the Classical Series, with pedals based on iconic designs of the past (e.g. the Biyang DS-12 is modelled on the 1980s RAT distortion pedal).  2015 saw the launch of the Biyang Live Master series -  a modular pedal board multifx system.

Source: Biyang website

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