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New Module and Pricing Updates

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 4:43 pm
by guitarzan
From Facebook today:


Thank you everyone for the continuing support of Synergy. The initial success caught us off guard and we sold out of most modules right away. We now have all parts back in stock and are busy building and shipping modules to dealers daily.

We are happy to report that we have finished the designs of the ENGL Savage, Friedman BE-BB (BE/Buxom Betty) and new OS module (based on a Dumble) modules. They should be out in the months to come. We're also pretty excited that some GREAT boutique brands have decided to join Synergy and we will announce them as soon as we can.

Due to improved manufacturing and based on reactions from many of you, we have decided to lower prices on all Synergy heads, combo and cabs. So effective immediately, the prices will change as follows:

SYN-30 HEAD - $1,299.99
SYN-50 HEAD - $1,599.99
SYN-30 COMBO - $1,499.99

SYN-112 EXT - $599.99
SYN-212 EXT - $749.99
SYN-412 EXT - $999.99

And for all those that paid the higher prices - we have your back! Please contact Alex Nunez at and we will arrange for you to be compensated for the difference of what you paid vs. the new prices. We figure that is just the right thing to do.

Thank you to all Synergy users and for making it a successful platform. Now that production is stable and all technical issues addressed, we would love your help in spreading the word.

The Synergy Team

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:18 pm
by TubeMan5150
Well it's safe to say they realized the price points on the heads, combo, & cabs was way to high at initial release. I'm sure their sales data showed the market wouldn't pay those prices.

Me, I'm running my Synergy modules in my JF RM100 & just got the dual channel mod kit from Paul Harwardt ( to install.

Posted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 9:28 am
by Rising Farce
Glad to see they're paying attention to the market, and responding accordingly. On the downside, Sweetwater tells me the Engl module has been pushed back yet again, this time to October.

Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 1:40 pm
by skeeter
Definitely nice to see them dropping prices on the amps.

I think it would be cool if they made a real grab and go combo amp - say 15 watts? Whatever they could do to get something much lighter than the 30 watt combo at 48 lbs. Maybe even a 10” speaker?

It would just be great to be able to load a different module for whatever a gig/session required, and grab it without breaking my back. Obviously one can just go DI, etc... but with light, low wattage amps en vogue right now, it would be cool see Synergy go for that market too. Because a lot of these smaller, reasonably priced combos from say Fender, for instance, don’t have FX loops, so you couldn’t run Synergy through those. So, just an idea.

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2018 8:00 am
by chadprsman
they made me whole and then some on my syn30 purchase. THANKS