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MF MD HG Exclusives 09-19-14

Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Black/Biege 

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Overview
  • Two Independent Channels Each With:
  • Volume, Gain, 3-Band EQ
  • Tight and Bright Voicing Switches
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    $1,649.99
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A portable combo amp that offers all the great tones a pro could ask for.

The Egnater Renegade 112 Tube Guitar Combo camp is a versatile 2-channel powerhouse. The 65W 1x12 guitar amp gives you the tools to forge your sound and the power to move some serious air whatever the size of your venue. Channel 1 produces lush, 3-dimensional clean tones with just a bit of grunt when you dig in. Channel 2 starts with a sweet, bluesy overdrive, but pushing the gain opens the floodgates, unleashing enough thick, harmonically rich distortion to satisfy the most demanding player. Both channels offer an independent 3-band EQ, Egnater's BRIGHT and TIGHT switches and a Wattage Selector switch that lets you choose between an intimate 10W or a wall-shaking 65W. Master Presence and Density knobs let you sculpt the high and low-end response.

At the heart of this Egnater tone machine, you'll find 5 12AX7 preamp tubes and a power section fueled by 2 6L6s and 2 EL34s. The Renegade Head features the ground-breaking Tube Mix function on each channel, allowing you to blend the deep Californian character of the 6L6s with the aggressive British midrange punch of the EL34 tubes. Independent reverb controls for each channel, dual footswitchable master volumes and a speaker-emulated line out complete the Renegade 112. The included 4-button footswitch controls much more than just channel switching. Use the switch to engage the on-board reverb, effects loop and secondary master volume with channel-assigning switches for all 3. Run them on both channels or just the one you choose. Heavy Duty Cover Included.

The Egnater Renegade 112 is loaded with a 12" Egnater Elite-100 Speaker by Celestion. Birch wood gives the heavy-duty cabinet road-worthy ruggedness. Egnater includes a heavy-duty cover wiht the Renegade 112 Tube Combo Amp.

Features 65-Watt All-Tube Amp
  • Two Independent Channels Each With:
  • Volume, Gain, 3-Band EQ
  • Tight and Bright Voicing Switches
  • 18w / 65w Wattage Selector Switch
  • Tube Mix Blends 6L6 and EL34 Power Tubes
Master Controls:
  • Presence & Density
  • Individual Reverb on Each Channel with "Spillover"
  • Main and Secondary Master Volumes
  • Four-Button Footswitch with Channel Select Plus:
  • Assign the REVERB, EFFECTS LOOP and MAIN 2 Volume to Just Channel 1, Just Channel 2 or Both - Right From the Pedal
  • Simple Master Bias Adjust with External Test Points
  • Buffered Effects Loop
  • Balanced XLR / ¼" Cabinet Voiced Line / Recording
Output:
  • Egnater Elite-100 Speaker by Celestion
  • Rugged Birch Construction
  • 100V / 115V / 230V Voltage Selector
  • Heavy Duty Cover Included

Plug in to all-tube combo that takes no prisoners!

 

Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:

  • Renegade Tubes:
  • 6 x 12AX7
  • 2 x 6L6
  • 2 x EL34
  • Dimensions: 26" (L) x 11" (W) x 21" (H)
  • Weight: 55 lbs
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EgnaterRenegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.2

(based on 9 reviews)

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5.0

EXCELLENT AMP!

By Tyler

from LA

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

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

Cons

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      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      I have searched and played many amps. I know how it is upon spending the money and expecting quality. You will get it with this amp. I knew once I plugged in my Les Paul and strummed the first chord that this amp was for me. Having the benefit of blending the EL34 and 6L6 tubes is phenomenon, it makes a big difference in selecting tone. I play mostly classic rock and 90's. And this amp does the job.

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      5.0

      Great Amp!

      By Dangerous Dan

      from Central KY

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      It's worth more than the price," but still not cheap. A very well thought-out amp with all the features I need.
      One of the best thing about this amp is the solo boost button. Very Handy!
      The worst thing is that the cords for the footswitch are kinda short. It uses 2 wired-in stereo 1/4"" cords for the footswitch and they're a little short and you have to keep the amp close to you or run the cords right under-foot. If either of the cords goes bad at a gig", you're screwed! You can't replace them with another.
      Another nice feature is the weight. The combo weighs less than a Marshal head.
      It has that switch that changes it from 65 watts down to 15, but I can't hear any difference at all when I flip it back and forth. I've had the same features on other amps and could hear a difference.
      The blender knob that lets you choose between 6L6's and EL34's doesn't make much difference either. it sounds best to me when both are on, but that's probably because it gives the amp more headroom with both sets of output tubes running.
      Make no mistake. This amp sounds great! I did a side-by-side comparison with this and a Marshall JCM 2000 DSL100 (both amps plugged into the same Marshall 4X12 cab) and they sounded very much alike. The cleans were identical, and with the gains cranked about 3/4, The Marshall was missing something in the high-middle range that the Egnater was putting out. I guess you could say the Marshall was a little more mid-scooped, but both amps sounded almost the same otherwise. Probably a switch to different tubes would make them sound exactly the same.
      Keep in mind I'm saying the amp soulds great though a 4 X 12' cab. With just the single 12 in the cab, it lacks a lot of bottom end. But still," you can't drag a big 4 X 12"" everywhere", so the combo aspect can be pretty handy. Marshall single 12 combos lack bottom-end as well.
      This isn't a cheap amp. It still costs a pretty penny, but its several hundreds of dollars less than a comparable Marshall or a Boogie. If you aren't ashamed to play through a Chinese amp, its a real value.
      Don't overlook the very nice padded and monigrammed cover. That's a great value right there!

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      2.0

      Keep A Spare Handy

      By Bummed Ampman

      from South Georgia

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      Owned one 6 months, spent $ 150 sending it back and to the factory twice. Sounds great when it works (which isn't often) and the factory support seems sorta' irritated that I expect their amp to work for more than a few weeks at a time. Make sure you get an extended warranty if you buy this amp.

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      5.0

      Just WOW!

      By Dave Brown

      from Atlanta

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      Best money I have spent in a long time. And no, I do not work for Egnater. I just love this amp.
      The XLR line out is the bomb! Same as standing in front of the amp. Have not tried the EFX loop yet. Love the bost for booth channels. Very handy. The blend knob for the tubes, WOW! Just dial in your compresion and tone options for days. I do the chickin-pickin thang alot and this thang honks!
      When I jump around to the jazz or motown thing," it is right there with me.I have had this amp for 4 months and play every weekend. Never a problem. You can hear that fan though. Not a deal breaker for me.
      It may look old school......(and I like it) But it will hold up on the road. The ""Very "" padded cover is a nice touch.
      Lot of cash for a lot of amp. You get what you pay for. I feel I got more than I paid for.

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      (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      good amp.

      By on guitar

      from temecula ,ca.

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      When I try this amp. I thought this is it , the amp. that ive been lookin for . It sound thick very good overdrive to heavy distortion and it looks good. Not until yesterday when all of a sudden the when I turn on the fan started to sound very loud and when I turn the tube mix into towards el34 the sound will disappearing . I havn't used this amp. too much ,it maybe the tube but for a new amp.tubes should last longer. As it mention on previous comments a problem with the the fan an el34 thats exactly the same problem . My option now is to buy tubes for my new amp.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Great tone and features. Quality?

      By Mixsmith

      from Los Angeles

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      I fell in love with the tone and versatility of this amp at a GC. It has really great features. The store only had the floor model and could not find the amp cover or other materials that come from Egnater. It is a very nice looking amp and I wanted the cover.I went to another GC and played through a floor model that had an obvious problem with the EL4 tube settings on both channels. They got one new out of the box and it sounded good in the store and seemed to work fine.When I turned it on and played through it at my studio I was amazed at how loud the fan was. It put out a LOT of noise including a few pitched tones. Then I discovered there was a cycling crackling noise coming out of the amp. It was in the main output section as it occurred when all the channel volumes were down. I recorded the amp and the fan noise and crackling was unacceptable.I returned it to GC and exchanged it for the first amp which had an acceptable amount of fan noise. This amp has great tone but it's line output failed to have a signal on it when I tried to record it.What I have come away from this with is that this amp DOES sound really great and has a lot of flexibility. It mics up well too. But I have a big problem with the fact that not one out of three brand new Renegade 112 amps did not have some sort of problem.I will be returning this second amp. I don't know if I will try another.

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      5.0

      Great Amp

      By TonyKor

      from Long Island NY

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      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      I bought this because My Carvin Legacy II, which was my main rig, had issues and I sent it to them for warranty repair. They have me waiting over three weeks without a response,so I needed an amp desperately and bought this.I wish I bought this in the first place.It is the most versatile amp I have ever used. The clean tones are beautiful and limitless. The overdrive channel has gain forever, with a fantastic overall sound. Way more gain than I ever use. It's pretty quiet but it has the expected noise when the gain is high just as all amps do. A gate in the loop solved that. Speaking of the loop it is great. The main 2 is an awesome feature when you need a boost. All in all a super amp that won't disappoint the most critical player. This is my new main rig.

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      5.0

      Simply amazing

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      This is one heck of an amp. A friend picked up the 2x12 version and let me borrow it for a couple of weeks to try it out. I fell in love and purchased the 1x12.The only fault that I can find with this amp, is that the fan they chose to use to keep air flowing around the tubes is noisy. That, and the tubes seem to be the only budget parts in this beast, and since both can be easily (if not cheaply) replaced, I gave it a half-star ding on quality. By the way, the EL34s are Egnater-branded Ruby tubes, and the 6L6s are Sovtek. I haven't checked the preamp tubes, but I'm guessing Sovtek as well. Again, not the best that money can buy, but I'm not at all dissatisfied with the overall sound of the amp, so...now on to the good stuff...You are basically getting two distinct amplifiers in one here. You can set up channel one, which ranges from ultra-clean to firmly overdriven, with one set of equalization and tube mix choice (not to mention output wattage, tight vs full bass response, and brightness boost), and channel 2, which ranges from overdriven to thick, creamy distortion, with another. The result is that you can, for instance, set up channel one to have that gorgeous, glassy clean sound often associated with Fender amps (6L6s), and set up channel two to reproduce the mid-rich Marshall sound (EL34s).In addition, you get two independent reverb controls (one for each channel), and a common bank of presence (high boost), density (low boost), and two master volumes which are used alternately to boost the overall volume from the foot switch.Which brings me to the foot switch. Um...simply incredible. The foot switch alone almost justifies buying the Egnater. It heavy, substantial, and sturdy, but it also allows you to control the effects loop, reverb, and volume boost for both channels, or either one independently. Not to mention simple channel selection of course. The result is more flexibility than you will find in any other amp that I've run across.The overall sound quality out of the Renegade is clean, and strong. Your guitar will sound like your guitar - only loud and awesome, and without any annoying hum, hiss, or crackle (other than the above-mentioned fan noise). The folks over at Egnater were also thoughtful enough to include an XLR out, with cabinet modeling circuitry, for recording/live situations where you don't want to bring bad mic placement into the mix. I haven't tried it out yet, but if it follows the other quality trends in this amp, I'm betting it sounds great.Bottom line is that I have never been this satisfied with another amp, and I've played through a fairly wide variety. It probably won't satisfy your hardcore metal needs without a distortion pedal, but it will do anything else without breaking a sweat.

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      5.0

      Most versatile amp on Earth

      By Voxinator

      from Florida

      Comments about Egnater Renegade 112 65W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      The 30 day "honeymoon" period is over, so this is a keeper. I had a Mesa 50 watt Rectoverb that I sold to pay for this. Loved the Mesa, but this is more versatile. I switched out the pair of Ruby 6L6 power tubes and replaced with THD Yellow Jackets with EL84's. Now I have a class A pair of tubes to mix with the EL34s, which I replaced with Mullards. I keep it in the 18 watt mode most of the time. Cab is made of wood, and speaker is a Celestion generic. Tube compression is second to none. Clean is nice, but not exactly like other amps. 4-button foot switch is nice. Endless variety of tones, if you like tube amps. Digital reverb assignable. Tube mix on both channels, master resonance and presence controls.

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