THE BESPOKE AUDIO COMPANY 5TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION PRE-AMPLIFIER


"2018 marks the fifth year since The Bespoke Audio Company was launched at the HIGH END in Munich and to celebrate this occasion, we're producing a limited run of five Special Edition 5th Anniversary pre-amplifiers, the first of which we will be unveiling at the show."

"Fifth anniversaries are traditionally celebrated with gifts made from wood and ours is no exception. All five special edition pre-amplifiers will feature transformer cowls and feet made from burr wood which will be specially treated before milling and machining to ensure a flawless finish and to eliminate resonance issues.


We found some beautiful burr wych elm for the first of these anniversary pre-amplifiers which also features Furutech XLR connectors, Shinkoh Tantalum resistors in the ground network and a modified BENT Audio remote handset with wych elm trim.


This beautiful and unique pre-amplifier will take pride of place on our stand S11 in Halle 4 of the HIGH END, Munich from the 10th to the 13th May 2018.

Hastings Hamper

The Bespoke Audio Company is based in Hastings, on the south coast of England. Hastings has always been home to an eclectic music scene (it is the backdrop for John Martyn's Over the Hill) and in recent years has become a haven for world class musicians who are drawn to the town's beautiful atmosphere and collaborative musical opportunities.


We are lucky enough to work with some of these outstanding artists and as part of our fifth anniversary celebrations, one lucky winner will take away a Hastings Hamper from this year's HIGH END.

Amongst a collection of locally produced drinks and snacks, we proudly present albums from across the town's wide musical spectrum: local singer/songwriter Pepe Belmonte's debut albumThe Hermit's Waltz, heavyweight acoustic blues from King Size Slim (AKA Toby Barelli) Live at The Palace, haunting folk harmonies from Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou on Expatriot, Lucozade Dreamsfrom hotly tipped indie upstarts Kid Kapichi, As The Tide Turns from folk-punkers Matilda's Scoundrels and finally, Right to Love, the latest album from British Jazz Award winning legend Liane Carroll."