AboutThe Musikmesse 1984 in Frankfurt was a great year for ENGL and laid the foundation for a success story that is second to none. The first programmable guitar amp was simply a sensation, something that had never existed before. Back then, when two channels and a master volume on an amp already counted as comfort features, ENGL's futuristic concept was equivalent to a landslide.
Edmund Engl had the brilliant idea in the early 1980s. He wasn't an electronics freak, but a musician. He saw things with the pragmatic necessity of musical practice and thought that such a programmable amplifier would be ideal to have a wide variety of sounds available via footswitch.
From this moment on, Horst Langer comes into play, the technically savvy friend and ENGL's technical mastermind from then until today. With his know-how, he was able to realize every idea, any ENGL amp is a child of his mind.
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