The design of the traditional guitar amplifier has remained much the same since its conception all the way back in the 1940s. Almost 70 years later, the angular, geometric shape of our favorite, distortion-heavy peripheral hasn’t deviated from the recognizable patterns of its predecessors. According to the designers at JOOM and Weekend-Works, that’s something that needs to change.
With a heavier interest in musicality and instrumentation due to the pandemic, the intercontinental design houses of JOOM and Weekend-Works have decided to usher in a new generation of circular guitar amplifiers. Known as the BREEZE concept, this unique, one-of-a-kind companion features a compact architecture that’s catered primarily to in-home use, allowing you to move it from room to room due to its wireless design. Depending on your tastes, or the qualms of your home, the BREEZE can be customized to reflect your own personal style, incorporating various colorways, covers, materials, and fabrics to complement its surroundings. When everything is said and done, you’ll even be able to store your guitar via the device’s nifty, front-facing stand, allowing you to display your axe atop the amplifier’s premium marble foundation. Sadly, the BREEZE is only a concept. Head to the brands’ Behance page for a closer look.
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