About Us

HI-TONE Amps were created in honor of the late Dave Reeves and his circuitry and “Mil-Spec” wiring techniques, used by some of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s seminal Musicians from the late 1960’s to 1981. True to his philosophy, only the best available components go into a HI-TONE.

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HI-TONE Amps are available in accordance with Dave Reeves’ classic 50, 100 and 200 watt circuitry. In our humble opinions, the HI-TONE HT50, HT100 and HT200 are the highest quality, best built and most accurate modern versions of Dave Reeves’ circuitry available.

No one knows or loves authentic Dave Reeves HIWATT amps more than us.

Since there was nothing like them in the new marketplace, we felt obligated to making these amps available to discerning musicians.

Together, “Team HI-TONE” works to bring you the ultimate U.S. made amplifiers and speakers at competitive prices, with excellent customer service and solid support.

We’re in it because we love it!


Clayton Callaway


Mark Huss

Vice President of Research
and Development

Glynn Reeves

U.K. based component sourcing
and circuit accuracy