The Sundragon amp is a collaboration between Jimmy Page, Perry Margouleff and Mitch Colby. We are pretty sure you know about Jimmy Page but if you would like some info about him please see below. As far as Perry and Mitch, their info is below too…
Guitarist, arranger, band leader, song writer, rock star and all around nice guy!
Guitar player, songwriter, engineer, record producer, car collector, and guitar collector with a passion for analog recording. Perry spent a lifetime collecting American-made guitars and recording guitar-based music of all genres. He built a world-class analog recording studio on Long Island’s North Shore, Pie Studios, which has been the home to many of the record industry’s top musicians, engineers, and producers. He also enjoys working on antique automobiles, especially cars created by Bruce Meyers (namely the Meyers Manx Dune Buggy), AC Cobras, and old Bentleys.
Mitch is a guitarist, amp collector, music industry veteran and boutique guitar amp manufacturer. Mitch had a thirty year career at Korg USA. He started out as a product demonstrator and moved through the company eventually becoming executive VP. During much of that time he was closely involved with Marshall as Korg was the US Marshall distributor. In 1992 Korg acquired their UK distributor who owned VOX. Mitch was instrumental in bringing VOX back as a serious amp company. He currently manufactures Colby and Park amps. They are all hand wired and built in his workshop in the Bronx, NY. Colby amps are mostly new designs and the Park amps are built exactly like the ones built by Marshall in the 1960s and 1970s.