A well-known design guru in the amp and speaker manufacturing industry, Dave Green moved down from the north of England to Essex around 15 years ago to work for bass amp legends Ashdown Music, and he’s been there ever since, helping to create some of Ashdown’s best-selling products for bass and guitar…

What got you started in electronics and amps?

“When I was about eight years old, I used to

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