No cords or cables, The Timbre gives you more than four times the sound in a small package.


Here's a little video that my friends over at Chrilleks Production House put together for the Timbre Amplifier.


Passive Amplifiers are not a new product to the market, so when developing the Timbre Amplifier I focused on the gaps within the current market. To move away from convention, basic design criteria were formed.

The design should definitely not look like a horn!

The design should be portable, but also fit into a high end environment.

The design should utilize richer, natural, and local materials.


Using the aesthetic of a vintage radio, I experimented with the inner cavity shape to find the largest possible increase in decibels.  I used in house tools, such as a laser cutter, to produce a few prototypes.


The first production runs were meticulously produced by hand in house. Later, they were outsourced to a local CNC manufacturer. Timbre is proudly locally made from domestic materials.


Timbre has been reviewed on over 20 top gear blogs and has been featured in print publication.

Timbre has been fancy'd over 4000 times and has been curated for the homepage.

"the attractive Timbre Amplifier is just the ticket for your shindig's soundtrack, and you don't have to worry about charging it.

"It's small, boasts big sound, and, doesn't eschew aesthetics..."

"A compact, handsome, highly portable wooden amp..."


I am based out of Blue Mountain, Ontario, Canada. Feel free to introduce yourself, I would love to get to know you.

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