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October 1, 2012 - The ZT Junior amp is nominated for UK Music Industries Association (MIA)'s Amplifier of the Year!

The Junior is a major breakthrough in small amp technology, and we'd love to see it awarded this honor. Follow this link and vote for the little guy, and the Junior will be forever grateful to you for helping it achieve its rightful place on the list of the most legendary amps of all time. Thanks!

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May 23, 2012- Christelle Berthon joins ZT Artist Roster

ZT Amplifiers is happy to announce the addition of one of the world’s most talented harmonica players, Christelle Berthon, to its Artist roster. Hailing from France, Christelle is the number one harmonica player on YouTube, with over 7 million views. Watch the video »

December 7, 2011- Members of Merle Haggard's Band Welcomed to the ZT Amplifiers Artist Roster

ZT Amplifiers is very happy to welcome four members of Merle Haggard And The Strangers to its Artist Endorsement roster. Read more »

October 18, 2011 - Wilco Plays ZT At NPR's Tiny Desk Concert!

Wilco just played a live NPR Tiny Desk Concert "armed with tiny amps" - ZT Lunchbox amps, of course, Read more »

September 26, 2011 - Winner of Autographed Wilco Single Announced

Congratulations to Reuben Levine, of Woodmere, NY - Winner of the ZT Amplifiers Giveaway of a signed 7" clear vinyl single, "I Might", from Wilco! Read more »

September 15, 2011 - Nels Cline Autographed ZT Lunchbox Winner

Congratulations to Charlie Bacinelli, of Madison Township, PA, for winning the Nels Cline autographed ZT Lunchbox amp via our giveaway on GuitarPlayer.com. Read more »

September 7, 2011 - John Oates Named as Endorsing Artist for ZT Amplifiers

ZT Amplifiers is very happy to welcome John Oates (Hall & Oates) to its Artist Endorsement roster. Read more »

April 12, 2011 - ZT Artists Scott Amendola And Nels Cline To Perform with Oakland Symphony

S.F. Bay Area drummer/composer Scott Amendola presents his new composition Fade To Orange on Friday, April 15, at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, California. Read more »

April 2011 - ZT At Musikmesse Frankfurt

ZT will be showing at the world's largest MI trade show Musikmesse in Frankfurt April 6-9, in Hall 4.0, booth D54. In addition to ZT's current products, there will be the new Ghost guitar amp, a full Bass amp stack consisting of the Bass combo amp sitting atop a powered cabinet (yes, it is amazing), Read more »

April 2011 - The ZT Bass Stack Unveiled

ZT's team of scientists and craftsmen have built the ZT Bass Stack, consisting of the soon-to-be-released (ok, late summer) Bass combo amp sitting atop a powered cabinet. Read more »

January 18, 2011 - The Ghost Introduced / NAMM 2011

ZT introduced its newest guitar amplifier, the Ghost, at the 2011 NAMM Show.  ZT's most compact amp to date, the Ghost combines high style with classic Rock & Roll tone and 35 watts of ZT power. Read more »

January 18, 2011 - Two Legends

Taj Mahal and Marlo Henderson played through a ZT Lunchbox Acoustic amp in the Guitars JC booth at the 2011 NAMM Show. We're honored. Read more »

January 11, 2011 -ZT at The 2011 NAMM Show

ZT's full product line and some intriguing new models will appear at the 2011 NAMM Show, January 13-16 at the Anaheim Convention Center (Booth 5975, Hall B). Read more »

October 29, 2010 - ZT Joins Rock Supergroup In Studio

Jason Newsted is collaborating with Ian Gillan, Jon Lord, Tony Iommi, and Nicko McBrain under the band name Who Cares, and they're currently recording a song called 'Out of my Mind' for the benefit of the music school to be built in Gyumri, Armenia – a project Ian has been working on for many years. Read more »

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"This is the neatest, niftiest, and nastiest guitar amp I've heard. Two hundred watts of pure punch from a Class A/B output stage with unregulated linear supply. Analog front ent and diode overdrive capability. Crunch or sweetness at up to 125 decibels. But here's the shocker: it weighs less than 10 pounds and is the size of, you guessed it, a lunchbox." - Scott G Winter NAMM 2009 Show Report
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