Roadhouse Amplifiers are the premium, hand-wired creations of George Hersberger, offering the best tone and sound for all types of guitarists. Handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, George's amplifiers are made to please and appease the rockers, bluesmen, jazz cats, and players in all other musical genres. Bill Keenom says it's the equipment that Michael Bloomfield would have used, while learning about the blues from Muddy Waters.
The modern Roadhouse can be traced back to the juke joints of the South, when gathering to hear music was about the only way to get from one day to the next. The crowd in a Roadhouse place doesn’t much care about what equipment the musicians are using. They come to hear the music that moves them, and makes them want to keep coming back for more.
The musician’s job--then and now--is to play that music for the people, and make sure it hits them just right. An amplifier that can help make this happen is worthy of the name Roadhouse.