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Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp Condition 2 - Blemished Black, Beige 886830578946

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A compact combo amp with a whole new level of flexibility and tone-shaping power.

The Egnater Rebel-30 112 Tube Combo Amp offers 30W of all-tube sonic power from 2-channels. The Rebel-30 amp features Egnater's unique TUBE MIX knob, giving you access to an incredible variety of tones, from American to British and all points in between. Channel 1 delivers rich cleans with controls for volume, treble and bass. Channel 2 dishes out powerful, touch-responsive overdrive with treble, middle and bass EQ, as well as a wide-range gain knob that takes you from growl to scream. Both channels feature Egnater's signature BRIGHT and TIGHT switches and each channel has its own WATTS knob so you can access both low-wattage crunch and serious clean headroom, or any combination you choose.

The Egnater Rebel-30 tube amp's specially designed and easily accessible back panel holds more welcome surprises such as independent reverb controls for each channel and a tone-preserving series effects loop. A speaker-emulated line out lets you go directly to the board live or in the studio. Set the standby switch to Silent Record for great direct-recorded tones that spare both your ears and your neighbors'. The Egnater Rebel-30 amp's easy-access chassis makes swapping tubes quick and painless. Egnater includes a dual-function footswitch with the Rebel-30 112 30W Tube Combo Amp for channel selection and reverb on/off.


FEATURES
30-Watt All-Tube 1 x 12" Combo
Variable Wattage Control From 1w to 30w On Each Channel
Tube Mix Blends 6V6 and EL84 Power Tubes
Clean Channel: Volume, Bass, Treble
Overdrive Channel: Volume, Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble
Tight and Bright Voicing Switches On Each Channel
Individual Reverb Level for Each Channel with "Spillover"
Footswitch for Channel Select and Reverb On/Off
Buffered Effects Loop
Balanced XLR / ΒΌ" Cabinet Voiced Line / Recording Output
Speaker Mute Mode for Silent Recording
Egnater Elite-80 Speaker by Celestion
100V / 115V / 230V Voltage Selector
Heavy Duty Cover Included
SPECIFICATIONS
REBEL-30 TUBES:

5 x 12AX7
2 x 6V6
2 x EL8


Dimensions: 19"(L) x 13" (W) x 15" (H)
Weight: 40 lbs
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EgnaterRebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp
 
4.4

(based on 33 reviews)

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70%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound (9)
  • Portable (8)
  • Warm / comfy (8)
  • Easy to use (7)
  • Good power output (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (8)
  • Outdoor events / games (6)
  • Professional recording (5)
  • Amateur recording (4)
  • Home studio (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (6), Professional musician (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Still in love, but...

I've had this amp for about 2 months now, gigging most weekends, and rehearsing weekly. I cannot say enough about the great tones, responsive feel, and versatility of this beauty. I fell...Read complete review

I've had this amp for about 2 months now, gigging most weekends, and rehearsing weekly. I cannot say enough about the great tones, responsive feel, and versatility of this beauty. I fell in love with her at the first strum, and continue to be amazed at how much I can make this amp do. While you're not going to get '2 amp versatility' like some would want to believe, you can get some very nice tone and feel from it. I run the clean channel on 30 watts, and get a really nice, chimey Fender-like tone, with buttloads of headroom. On the dirty channel, it's 1 watt setting, with enough gain to let the JB humbucker scream loud and proud. I can clean it up by switching my pickup to the Lil '59 or Cool Rails (all Seymour Duncans) and dialing down the volume. Everything you read about the line-out, reverbs, and other goodies are true; this amp does it all. I also mic my amp at gigs, though she's loud enough for most gigs if you can tolerate the stage volume. My only complaint, while minor, is that I've already had tube problems- the EL-84's went south on me two months in to our relationship, and now the honeymoon is over. After a brief email conversation with the great customer service at Egnater, I'll be receiving a new set of tubes at no cost in the mail shortly. Thankfully, since this baby has two sets of power tubes, I can still gig with her on just the 6V6 tubes, although the tone is much different than my usual setting of equal amount of tube power. I rated it low on value due to the cost of this amp, but as with anything musical, you get what you pay for. So pay more.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Beware

Actually I sell this amplifier in the store i work at and must say the tone you can get out of it is amazing. After purchasing I felt like I have finally found the...Read complete review

Actually I sell this amplifier in the store i work at and must say the tone you can get out of it is amazing. After purchasing I felt like I have finally found the perfect tone that I have been searching for. Unfortunately the amp crapped out on me in the third set of the second gig I did with it. It was very depressing because I truly love and I mean love the tone I get from this amp. I have also had customers with the same problems in all of the Egnater line. They are very problematic. It is on repair right now and im not certain if ill gig with it again. It is kind of like a girl that cheats one you. If she does it once, she will most certainly do it again.

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Beware

By Cody

from Kalamazoo

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Actually I sell this amplifier in the store i work at and must say the tone you can get out of it is amazing. After purchasing I felt like I have finally found the perfect tone that I have been searching for. Unfortunately the amp crapped out on me in the third set of the second gig I did with it. It was very depressing because I truly love and I mean love the tone I get from this amp. I have also had customers with the same problems in all of the Egnater line. They are very problematic. It is on repair right now and im not certain if ill gig with it again. It is kind of like a girl that cheats one you. If she does it once, she will most certainly do it again.

(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Egnater 30 watt combo Design Flaws

By Big68grad

from Pittsburgh

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I've owned an Egnater 30 watt combo for about 6 mnths now (and gig every weekend)and it has at least 3 design flaws that i had to deal with. When ya channel switch the amp from clean to overdrive(w/ all tone setting the same)the bottom end drops off the sound, when ya bump up or down the wattage settings nothing happens. But the worst design flaw is that the amp keeps blowing fuses.Its done it now 3 times and when you're on stage in front of a big group of folks it's pretty embarassing. I'm unloading this amp ASAP.you DO NOT want to gig with this amp, it is not dependable and will leave ya stuck. Worst part: The amp has a 3 yr warranty but the manufacturer does not seem to know what the problem is. I'm going back to my Vox AC 15.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Still in love, but...

By TimmyDunn

from Indianapolis

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Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I've had this amp for about 2 months now, gigging most weekends, and rehearsing weekly. I cannot say enough about the great tones, responsive feel, and versatility of this beauty. I fell in love with her at the first strum, and continue to be amazed at how much I can make this amp do. While you're not going to get '2 amp versatility' like some would want to believe, you can get some very nice tone and feel from it. I run the clean channel on 30 watts, and get a really nice, chimey Fender-like tone, with buttloads of headroom. On the dirty channel, it's 1 watt setting, with enough gain to let the JB humbucker scream loud and proud. I can clean it up by switching my pickup to the Lil '59 or Cool Rails (all Seymour Duncans) and dialing down the volume. Everything you read about the line-out, reverbs, and other goodies are true; this amp does it all. I also mic my amp at gigs, though she's loud enough for most gigs if you can tolerate the stage volume. My only complaint, while minor, is that I've already had tube problems- the EL-84's went south on me two months in to our relationship, and now the honeymoon is over. After a brief email conversation with the great customer service at Egnater, I'll be receiving a new set of tubes at no cost in the mail shortly. Thankfully, since this baby has two sets of power tubes, I can still gig with her on just the 6V6 tubes, although the tone is much different than my usual setting of equal amount of tube power. I rated it low on value due to the cost of this amp, but as with anything musical, you get what you pay for. So pay more.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tones, Very Versitile, Great Looks

By amped up

from Southern Indiana

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Tones
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Professional Recording
    • Small venues

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I've been looking at this amp and toying with it for over a year at my local music store. I really liked the tones that it had, and it's sharp looks too. When MF had it for a "Stupid Deal" I knew this was my chance to afford it. I have not been disappointed. This amp will do anything I have put played through it and do it well. It has some amazing tones, from prestine cleans to a great overdrive it does it all. Buy one you will not be disappointed.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Amazing sound, poor reliability

    By Tonel

    from SF bay area

    See all my reviews

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I bought this amp about 2 months ago. Like many of the other reviewers, I'll agree that it's got the most amazing range of clean and bluesy driven tone of any amp on the market, at any price. The tone and drive controls are amazing. The amp is lightweight and plenty loud, and when paired with the 1x12 extension speaker it'll fill even large halls.BUT: The amp worked great through about a dozen rehearsals over about one month, and then the clean channel (channel 2) failed. Completely failed. Bruce Egnater personally answered my emailed request for service, which speaks very highly of the company's responsiveness, for sure. I have shipped the amp in for warranty service and I'll post a followup in a few months once I get it back and use it some more.My conclusion is that I hope the company successfully solves their quality control issues, because this is a spectacularly good sounding guitar amplifier.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    I had bad luck and gave up on Egnater Rebel-30

    By Disappointed-KB0fQ

    from New York City

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    Loved the chimey clean channel. Really special. Lots of depth and very rich tone.Overdrive channel is nothing special. Can sound boxy and indistinct. Doesn't clean up when you roll off guitar volume. You're better off keeping the gain down and using your favorite overdrive pedal on this channel.I gave up on Egnater after my third (yes third) Rebel-30 exhibited problems. Three amps, three different problems. If you get a Rebel-30 with no manufacturing issues, you'll have a nice amp.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great tone, fantastic looks, and versatile!

    By Darth Chaos

    from Joplin, MO

    See all my reviews

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    Overall I have been ecstatic with this amp and consider myself a true Egnater convert after years of being a Fender and Vox man (still won't give up my Vox's though, love the jangle I guess). Very versatile and well built. Way to go Bruce Egnater.
    So many options, I don't even know where to begin. If I only had one word it would be TONE, but fortunately I get a lot of words. I play a wide range of styles and this just about covers all of them (with the proper application of a couple of pedals). Yes, as other reviewers have stated, if you want to do metal with this amp, add a distortion pedal (Visual Sound's Jekyll and Hyde will push it right into Dual Rectifier territory with both engaged) but it will cover almost every other overdrive/distortion sound you could want without one. The variable wattage control is an awesome feature and I like to keep the wattage low on channel 2 (gain channel) as it tends to break up faster and can get really nasty sounding if you want it to, or crank up the wattage for a nice bluesy drive. The reverb is very musical and warm and the clean channel easily gets you into Deluxe Reverb territory (especially if you use the tube mix to dial just the 6V6's). On that note if you use the EL84's or 6V6's exclusively the wattage output is limited to 20 watts, straight up 12 O'clock will push the power to 30 watts and covers a unique harmonic range than either set of tubes can deliver alone. This amp has a great warm sound that just jumps out in the mix (especially with the bright switches engaged).
    Very solidly built and lightweight (great for those of us who prefer an easy setup and tear down at gigs). No skimping on materials here. The beige and black color scheme is really gorgeous and the pictures don't do it justice (it just makes it fell like you are playing a classic amp).
    You would be hard pressed to find a better amp in this price range and I would dare say there aren't many better in the next tier up price range.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Small But Mighty

    By Fathernature59

    from Northern California

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    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I bought the combo as a scratch & dent special for a song ($475). The only damage was a small dent on the front, and the chrome cover on one side of the handle was dented, otherwise it functioned perfect. One 12ax7 tube was popped out of the socket appon arrival, and the other 4 were partially out. Maybe the shipping carrier got a bit rough with it during the Christmas rush??? I reinstalled all the tubes and made sure they were snug before powering up the amp. I checked and rebiased the output tubes before the initial use. The bias did need adjusting. I only recomend doing this IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!The amp sounds very good with all the guitars I run through it, with more than enough overdrive on tap, and pristine/chimey cleans, especially with the "bright" switch enabled. The preamp needs to be backed down a bit when running it hard or the amp gets a bit farty, especially at high volume. Enabling the tight switch helps with this problem quite well, and reducing the bass knob does also. Bringing the "watts" control up to 30w tightens the bass and makes for better touch sensitivity, with the 1w setting very spongy and better for low volume hard rock and midnight practice. At high volume I run the preamp at about 1-3 o'clock on the knob, and the master volume at 12 o'clock or higher. The combo is a VERY LOUD 30w when the watt knob is mixing the EL84 and the 6V6 together, and is still quite loud when either type of tube is running by themselves. The "clean" channel running the 6V6 tubes sounds more Fender than many Fender amps :)There is a lot of range with the tone controls, so it takes a bit of time to set them correctly when changing guitars or speaker cabs if you are critical about your tone balance. For recording I run the Rebel 30 through an old '79 Marshall slant cab with 30w "Black Sticker" Celestions, and it really opens up this amp. I have an old Rola-Celestion G12-85 I may throw in the combo just to see how it compares with the stock speaker.The design of the amp is well layed out, with all of the tubes easily accessible, and biasing the output tubes also a snap (with a *GOOD* quality digital meter). Biasing my Marshall amp is a pain in the arse' in comparison.All in all, I highly recomend this all-tube (9 tubes total!) 30w combo to anyone that wants an amp with a lot of control of their tone, and a modern or classic tube sound in one small box.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    the best iv heard

    By Aaron Hollern

    from Las Vegas

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    all in all i greatly recomend this, from getting a small sound at 2 to explodeing at 4 to levels of greatness, its realy usefull for practice, recording, or small venuies with the head version. im definitly going to buy this (i tryed it for 4hours+ in a guitar store)
    Great clean sound that can take you from doing a stairway to heven to some clean blues/rockish soloing without haveing to touch any swiches. i only wish they could make it bigger!
    Every thing was fantastic, it sounded great, look cool, but one thing is, egnator tubes heat up and make a smell, its barely noticeable untill you have your head near the amp and its no big deal its just how its made. if u smell something i wouldn't worry about it, if u want to though u can still take it in to just get a check up but i dout any thing would be wrong
    Great value, the money kinda breaks the bank but what u get out of it makes up for it, trust me

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Love it.

    By Love my Jem

    from Nowhere, USA

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I am so glad I bought this amp. Everything about it is perfect. No rattles, no channels going out like some reviewers posted. I smile every time I play through this amp. I get awesome rock sounds at bedroom levels and, when I crank it, it sounds even more awesome. People that say they have trouble taming the volume for their bedroom/apartment just need some touch, 'cause, apparently, they don't have any. It's so easy to get a great sound at any volume with this amp.
    I've owned a Soldano Astroverb, a Soldano Hot Rod, a Tiny Terror and a Krank Rev Pro jr. (among others) and this things blows 'em all out of the water tone-wise. Those who say it doesn't have enough gain also seemed to lack the brains to get a good overdrive pedal to push it a little. It's like adding a third channel. And makes it sound like Zakk Wylde if you want. This thing is everything I ever wanted in an amp. So glad I bought the Rebel.
    Maybe it could have more features but it's so perfect in that it has just the right amount.
    So far so good. No problems like others have described. Going on 6 months and couldn't be happier.
    I got a great deal. This thing makes me so much happier than the Soldanos and Krank I was playing through. It's so warm. It really is a joy to play through.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Rebel 30 Can't be Beat

    By Waxhead

    from Newcastle, Australia

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    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I've owned & played many tube amps over 25 yrs as a gigging pro. On value for $$ ratings the Rebel 30 is the best rock & blues amp available today imo. Tones thru the whole range are as good as other brands costing 2 or 3 times more. But its superior versatility, series loop, reverb, light weight & good build quality place it way above any other 30w amp under $1000.

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    CLEAN!!!

    By Paul Elliott

    from Nor Cal

    Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

    I have hardly wandered over to the second channel. I was after CLEAN! And I'm real happy with the remarkable clean sounds!!! Very shapable! Very tunable! Nice at low volume and controlable! To be used in recording and small gatherings.
    The two channels offer a huge pallet of sounds! I'm a week in and still investigating.
    I was fine with a Tweaker 15 watt, but the added features moved toward the Rebel 30 Combo. Overall volume is very controlable! Features are a strong attraction!
    My only trepadation regarding this product was the Chinese manufacturing. It sure helps the price! Other reviews I read, gave me some security re: reports of support from Egnater.
    Quite remarkable!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    REBEL-30 112 Hot little cube!!

    By Atomic Kidd

    from La Mirada, CA

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Gigging
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording
      • Small Venue

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      The variation in tone available in this small package, combined with Maple Syrup warmth and some real (tube) power make this a great little amp. From really clean, to slight distoriton, to nicely sustainable feedback, to good and crunchy rythm and screaming leads, all you need is setting the channels and the foot swith. While I love the tone as is, the addition of a second 12" extention speaker (remember to change impedence switch) makes her really stand out. Love it, love it, love it.

      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Amazing little amp!

      By Klassy Guitarz

      from West Virginia

      See all my reviews

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      Wow! I played one of these little guys at a local guitar shop, and it totally blew me away! I have been researching these amps for quite some time now, and let me tell you, they are great sounding amps! The tube mix knob is supposed to give you American sound on the 6V6 side, and British on the other. I couldn't exactly get an all out American sound from this amp. It's more like what a British sounding Fender would be like I guess. I'm not complaining though, I have still yet to find an amp out there that can REALLY recreate both sounds at this price point, and this is really the closest thing you can get. After trying Blackstar and Bugara amps, I would have to say this amp wins hands down. The speakers that come on the other two amps a much to fizzy for my liking, plus the OD channel is more like a "buzz" channel. Overall, this is the most amazing amp I have EVER played in this price range. I was totally blown away. The things I had heard from other reviews and from other websites sounded to good to be true, but, you can take my word for it, they are not!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Incredible!

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      Im not quite sure where to start on the Egnater Rebel-30... but i will begin by saying this: wow. Ive owned this amp for about 8 months now, and with the proper guitar, this amp can do it all. Now before i go on about how much i love this amp, let me say this. There is one problem with the clean channel on my model. Rarely, the cleans with become fuzzy. Its not a good fuzz that you can use, but an annoying one, this is why i give my review a 2.5 for quality, although im sure that this is only a problem with mine. Now for the good stuff. The cleans (when theyre cooperating) are absolutely immaculate. They blow every fender and marshal other amps well over this price range out of the water. With the twist of the tube mix knob, you can easily switch from warm, smooth cleans to brighter cleans with more attack. The digital reverb is great also. Now the overdrive channel just rocks! Alone, it nails any classic rock tones easy. Roll back on the gain and pump the volume, you can get some good ska and SRV style tones out of it. For metal, i put a boss ED pedal in the FX loop to voice it properly. and presto, youve got great, crunchy, heavy, yet clear and deffined metal tone. The amp alone, does have enough gain on tap, but its the way it is EQ'd that keeps it from doing metal on its own. Bottom line on this amp, if youre looking for somehting as versitile and great sounding as this amp, its either the Egnater Rebel-30, or, you could go and shell out well over a grand for somehting that will only equal this.

      (2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      SAGGY BALLS TYPE AMP

      By Cheech

      from The land downunder

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      man, this amp is so epic. it has such a great creamy low end with that saggy balls type of sound, HUGE haunting mids with a great woody sound on the top end. no boominess and very defined and chewy I also forgot to mention the beautiful glassy cleans, it has tons of clarity because of the 1.4khz boost that is + 2 or 3 db and you can really hear the beef in the low end

      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best bang for the buck

      By guitarman-1rQ8a

      from Phila Pa

      See all my reviews

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      I recently purchased the Rebel 30 1x12 with the 1x12 extension cabinet. I can't say enough good things about this amp. First off easy to use no 300 page booklet with it. Next comes with a nice padded cover and the footswitch. The tube mix is way cool the 6v6 fender sound is dead on and the ev84 sound is great you will have to crank it up a bit there but what tone. This amp has just enough with a direct out and a mute for silent recording. The tight and bright switches actually do something. If you do order or get the ext. cab it does not come with the cover so get one right away. I play and teach as my only job and this amp because of its size and weight does both well. I was also very happy with the price if you compare this product to other amps of the same vibe this is better priced and has more than a Mesa, Marshall, Fender, and certainly better priced than the real boutique stuff. I play over 100 gigs a year and this also looks like it is built to hold up.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Not That Hot

      By Dougyfresh

      from Hartford CT

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Features
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

      • Unreliable

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Performances
      • Practice

      Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

      I bought this amp almost 3 years ago and have had nothing but reliability issues with it and have brought it in and out of the shop through warranty repair to have it fixed. It literally went up in smoke at one gig I had and blew every last single tube in there. Keep in mind all tubes are not covered under warranty (this is standard practice, I can understand). This amp also will not change channels for me at all with or without the footswitch.

      The amp also has quite a bit of line noise even at low volumes.

      On the plus side this amp is LOUD, portable and has pretty good sounds.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The perfect gig rig

      By Paradise X s

      from honolulu hawaii

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances

        Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

        40 years in the business playing rock, funk and blues. Owned my share of tube amps combined with racks of effects and stomp boxes on the floor. This amp has covered ALL the bases for what I play. The TONE can be warm or you can make it cold as steel. The sustain is clean and tails off on command and the bite and bottom, say ZZ TOP while you smile. I found less is more as I got older (TC Nova System & a Vai Wah) and the amp and fingers do the rest. Whether playing a Strat or my carve top humbuckers, this amp rules. Going to pick up an extension 1 x 12 to go along with the combo. The Elite 80 speakers are clean and when pushed, can handle the bite without breaking up.

        (1 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        A major headache

        By Indieguitarist85

        from Tulsa, Ok

        About Me Novice

        Pros

        • Good Warmth
        • Powerful
        • Very Versatile

        Cons

        • Difficult To Use
        • Doesn't Like Effects

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances

        Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

        I bought this amp from guitar center way back in December of last year. I bought a few stompbox effects ( distortion, reverb, compressor) but as soon as I started to add effects to the amp it kept on making this loud booming sound. which I have no clue where its coming from. I have tried using the effects loop but it never works. ( makes even stranger loud noises) so instead I just try putting effects in front of the amp and I STILL get that annoying BOOM sound. URGGGGH, who knew that tube amps would be such a pain to deal with. I've tried contacting Egnater but the guy just told me that I needed to replace my tubes. and I'm like, " What the heck?? I haven't had the dang thing barely a year." I'm definately going back to using amp modeling, at least that never failed.

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