FACTOIDS & TRIVIA
After the demise of the Hellhound model, Joe Naylor teamed up with Dennis Kager to design the 60-watt Kingsnake and a smaller version called the Goblin. The Kingsnake/Goblin have a unique, switchable tone circuit that approximates Marshall, blackface Fender, and Supro tones. In addition, the Goblin has selectable wattage: 5 or 15 watts. The Kingsnake and Goblin were only available for about a year before being discontinued. The Goblin shown here is a very early example with a mis-marked "UK-1" position for the tone selector and a Reverend All-tone speaker. Most Goblins were fitted with a Jensen neodymium speaker. It sounds especially good being played through a 1x12" extension cabinet.
REVEREND GOBLIN (2005)
Power Amp: Tube; 2 x 6V6GT, 15 watts RMS @ 8 ohms
Preamp: Tube; 4 x 12AX7
Rectifier: Solid state
Speakers: 1 x 10" Reverend All-tone
Channels: 1; 1 input per channel
Controls: Tone selector switch, gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, presence, reverb
Dimensions: 13.5" x 16.75" x 9.5"