This is Mitch Cartwright, of the Humpers and the Hitchhikers, Sioux Guitars Cudahy Bass Amp. Powered by a pair of KT-88 tubes, the Cudahy was intended to be our bass amp with nice warm, smooth bass response, but six string players in the world of blues, rockabilly, bluegrass, honky-tonk, etc. will love the warmth and cleanliness of the Cudahy. The Cudahy amp is available as a head for $1,100.A 2-12” combo for $1,425.A 1-15” combo for $1,350.And a 4-10” combo for $1,500.All combo amps use Jensen speakers. All amps are built to order and lead time can be up to 8 weeks.
Rikk Agnew goes Gonzo and A.J. is sporting a killer t-shirt at the end. http://siouxguitars.com/swagg-sioux-t-shirts.php
A classic Sioux Guitars t-shirt will help you stand out in a crowd of weirdoes. http://siouxguitars.com/swagg-sioux-t-shirts.php
We have made our final batch of several of our fragrances of pomade. 9 scents are on the chopping block and all that’s left is what we have in stock, so if you’ve been meaning to buy Tiki Man, Brother Joe’s, Modern Man, Cattleman, Snake Handlers, Dirty Old Man, Damn-it Dave’s, Filthy Mick’s, or Have A Smoke, now’s the time, before they are gone forever. http://siouxguitars.com/sioux-gentlemans-hair-dressing.php
We are discontinuing the Have A Smoke pomade. We have three cans left, if you want one or all three, be the first to order.
We have a new logo that we’re silkscreening on the back of navy blue work shirts and jackets. What do you think? http://siouxguitars.com/swagg-work-shirts.php
The classic Sioux Guitars logo on a missy crew neck sheer jersey tee. 100% ringspun cotton jersey, taped neck and shoulders, side seamed and slightly tapered for the perfect missy fit.
It seems the rest of the world calls these beanies, but here in the Midwest we call them stocking caps. Get a classic black stocking cap with the Sioux logo on it.
We’ve updated our website. We are replacing our Perma-Lined work jackets with a new un-lined work jacket and a new zip-in liner, making it a 3 season jacket. Wear it un-lined in the Fall, zip in the liner for the Winter, and remove the zip-in liner for the Spring.