LIBERTY, SC, USA July 13, 2021 – BookerLAB, Inc. announces two new products that will
debut at this year’s Summer 2021 NAMM Show.
Capitalizing on first-hand experience and the expertise of industry veterans, BookerLAB has
designed a solid-state amplifier, Rebellion, and a preamp interface pedal, Fusion.
“I’ve built my career around the significance of solid-state design for critical communications. And now, we’ve applied that architecture to an amplifier –
eliminating the concerns around moving and fragile parts,” says Tom O’Hanlan, founder of BookerLAB.
With the same physical footprint, the Rebellion Amplifier is intended to serve as a drop-in replacement for traditional Leslie® amplifiers with the added benefits of increased reliability and portability. This design provides more versatility for traveling musicians, specifically.
As with Rebellion, the Fusion Preamp Interface Pedal is the result of continual refinement and consideration of the needs of musicians. The Fusion Pedal incorporates the features of the original Fusion Preamp Interface, enabling the control and connection of Leslie® speaker cabinets but in an ergonomic, convenient pedal enclosure.
• Rebellion Amplifier
The Rebellion Amplifier provides a solid-state alternative to traditional tube amplifiers.
With the same physical footprint as vintage Leslie® amplifiers, Rebellion offers reliable
operation of your rotating speaker cabinet.
• Fusion Preamp Interface Pedal
The Fusion Preamp Interface Pedal is designed for connecting and controlling Leslie®
speaker cabinets, enabling simultaneous operation and speed switching.
The Rebellion Amplifier and the Fusion Preamp Interface are available for pre-order with a
variety of configuration options available. (Rebellion is currently available for 122 and 147
speakers; the 11-pin Rebellion will be released Fall 2021.)