Sound City (company)

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Sound City is a British amplification company. Previously available in the 1960s the MARK 6 range was relaunched in 2007. Sound City amplifiers were British designed in the 1960s. The Sound City series was relaunched with the MARK 6 range, introduced by Arbiter in July 2007.

Arbiter, owned by Andrew Landesberg, went into administration in January 2009. Landesberg went on to purchase six music shops around the UK and branded them Reverb. In March 2010 Reverb also went into administration. Arbiter, who owned the name Sound City, also had a division called Arbiter Entertainment, which was set up by Andrew Landesberg. Arbiter Entertainment had also gone into administration in 2006.

The future of Sound City Amplifiers is now uncertain.

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