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Tube Amp Fender Super-Sonic 22
Hughes & Kettner
This amp is based on the same principle as the GrandMeister models, but with the addition of Deluxe Tone technology. The principle, known as Cathode Follower, resides in a specific circuit that lowers the impedance at the exit of the cathode of the tube. This allows, among other things, to obtain more dynamics and punch. This process also gives the "Deluxe" models of the brand a fuller, creamier sound with a wider frequency response, therefore less aggressive highs and a deeper low-midrange. This new circuit design ensures that each channel has its own character, its own grain and its own sound signature, delivering beautiful tones. This head also features a new Red Box "AE" DI output that simulates a 4 x 12-inch cabinet. "AE" for Ambiance Emulation, as this output has been reworked to provide an even more detailed cabinet sound that is true to life.
KTN-100 Ampli 100W
SOUNDS FORGED FOR ROCKWith 100 watts of power and a special 30 cm (12-inch) loudspeaker, the KATANA-100 is capable of producing imperial, stage-focused sounds that can be adapted to any band configuration. The amp also excels for home use thanks to its innovative and effective Power Control function, which provides creative response and sound even at low volumes. In addition, the KATANA-100 features a wide selection of BOSS effects, all customizable using the free BOSS Tone Studio editing software.And with the amp's Tone Setting memory system, you can save your favorite channel settings and effect combinations for instant recall. Katana Version 4 Update New effects and compatibility for the Katana MkII extension The Katana Version 4 update provides Katana amp owners with new effects inherited from the next generation Katana MkII range. The Heavy Octave, Stereo Delay and Pan Delay effects have been added, as well as a dedicated Pedal FX section that makes it easier to adjust Wah-Wah and Bend on the foot.In addition, a first generation Katana 100 watt amp can now be used as a slave for the powerful Stereo Expand function of the Katana MkII, which allows you to create wide sounds with stereo compatible effects distributed over two amps.
Hughes & Kettner
The Peavey Envoy 110 guitar combo gives you 40 watts of power and a convincing tube amp simulation. This model is part of the successful TransTube series. The goal of this series is to offer transistor amps that sound as close as possible to a tube amp. The preamp produces a clear, transparent sound and a warm, round sustain. At high volumes, the amp provides the natural compression characteristic of tubes. Delivering a warm and very dynamic sound, this rehearsal amp can tackle a variety of styles, from jazz to metal!
The 1964 model was also the first Princeton to be equipped with a reverb section, combined with the inevitable Fender vibrato effect with speed and intensity settings. Guitarists with a taste for sixties sound textures will be able to dive straight into the heart of their favourite era with just a few well-placed riffs! Built in Corona, USA, this tube guitar combo amp can not only be used in a variety of situations and playing styles, but will also work perfectly with your entire effects pedal collection.The preamp stage features three 12AX7 tubes and one 12AT7 tube, a combination that allows for solid, clean cleans that will nevertheless be easy to drive to a natural overdrive. These preamp tubes are complemented by two 6V6's in the power stage which gives that typically warm and deeply American Fender sound, which is perfectly delivered through a Jensen Alnico P10-R 10" speaker. Of course, you can use the treble and bass controls to further refine the sound. The whole thing is neatly housed inside a solid pine enclosure with a stylish black vinyl cover and an aged silver grille. Last but not least, the '64 Custom Princeton Reverb comes with an original 2-button footswitch and its original made-in-US transformer.
The Roland JC-120B Jazz Chorus is a guitar combo that has been revered by many guitarists since its release. Introduced by the Japanese brand in 1975, it is still going strong today and its popularity has remained intact. It is one of the few transistor amps used by many famous guitarists. This amp is known for its clear sound, even at high volumes, and its natural chorus, the colour of which is enhanced by the two 12" speakers, each delivering 60 watts (120 watts in total).Despite its classic sound, the JC-120B has everything you need to create a custom sound. Two channels are present, each with its own three-band EQ and a Bright switch, which adds a little brightness to the sound. Channel 2 gains a reverb and distortion, both of which are joined by a vibrato and chorus, the latter of which can be activated on each channel. Roland has also spoiled us with a large number of available connections. The two channels each have two inputs, High and Low, in order to manage the output level of the guitar used. At the back of the amp there is an effects loop linked to channel 2, which can be used in series or in parallel. A stereo line out allows the amp to be plugged into a mixing console or audio interface. Finally, three foot switch inputs are provided for remote control of the amp's effects.Thanks to its transistor technology and robust design, it will be happy to accompany you on tour without having to worry about a breakdown due to a hectic trip.
This pristine original amp from a now collector's series the Palomino V50 is a 50W, class AB, 2 channel tube combo amp with independent controls, 2 x 12" speakers and a foot switchable internal spring reverb. The Palomino V50 offers vintage tube sound by the ton. The V50 combo amplifier also ditches the standard black for a striking cream Tolex coating with gold trim.