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Egnater Renegade 410 4x10" 65W All-Tube Combo Amp
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The incredibly versatile Egnater Renegade 410 All-Tube Combo Amp is a 2-channel powerhouse. With this 65W all-tube guitar amp you have the tools to f...Read More
The incredibly versatile Egnater Renegade 410 All-Tube Combo Amp is a 2-channel powerhouse. With this 65W all-tube guitar amp you have the tools to forge your sound and the power to move some serious air in any size 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 five 12AX7 preamp tubes and a power section fueled by two 6L6s and two 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 EL34s. There are independent reverb controls for each channel, dual footswitchable master volumes and a speaker-emulated line out. The included 4-button footswitch controls much more than just channel switching. Use the footswitch 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.
The Renegade 410 is loaded with custom voiced Egnater 10" Elite-1065 Speakers by Celestion. This heavy-duty cabinet features rugged birch construction and has side handles and detachable casters. Includes a heavy-duty cover.
A combo amp that offers all the great tones that a pro could ask for.
- 65-Watt All-Tube
- 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
- Custom Voiced Egnater Elite-1065 Speakers by Celestion
- Side Handles & Detachable Casters
- Rugged Birch Construction
- 100V / 115V / 230V Voltage Selector
Plug in to all-tube combo that takes no prisoners!
Renegade 410 4x10" 65W All-Tube Combo Amp
- Renegade Tubes:
6 x 12AX7
2 x 6L6
2 x EL34
Dimensions: 26" (L) x 11" (W) x 27" (H)
Weight: 80 lbs
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Comments about Egnater Renegade 410 4x10" 65W All-Tube Combo Amp:
It isn't the "prettiest" amp of the family (the 2-12 is gorgeous and has a removable panel to easily change tubes without tools) but the 4-10 Renegade really delivers! Great job Bruce & the Egnater team!
I have a small stable of amps I use on a rotating basis but the Egnaters get more use than the others in more venues and genres of music because for me they are like "Swiss-army Knives" when it comes to quality and flexibility when playing live music. I'm very happy with mine and rely on them constantly.
I have owned several Egnater amps (Rebel 30 and other Renegade configurations) for several years and I have found that this one definitely has it own unique voice. I won't repeat all the specs but I will focus on the speaker configuration. The 4-10 configuration with these beefy "made by Celestion" speakers nearly equal the punch of a 4-12 cab. The gorgeous clean channel played loud and proud through these speakers will give you chills... it is really that good! I normally use this amp with a Fender American Standard Strat and play clean on the neck pickup ...inspiring!
I also have the 2-12 Renegade and it is a different animal ...just as awesome but with a different character. I prefer the 2-12 for indoor gigs and the 4-10 for the summer outdoor stuff. Those 4-10" drivers move a lot of air when they are well pushed by the Egnaters 65 watts. The Renegade's excellent D.I. output also does a great job feeding a noiseless signal to the PA for larger gigs. The built-in digital reverb is very close to the sound of a spring reverb without the hassles and longevity concerns.
The 4-button configurable footswitch is awesome for live use and the switchable effects loop and Boost modes (switchable Master Volume controls) are very much appreciated. The high gain characterof this amp allows you to dial-in "infinite sustain" and feedback effects even at near living-room levels on the gain channel. This amp has so much going for it the amp seems like a steal even without a deal on the price (I got mine as "Scratch & Dent" unit and repaired it myself).
Build quality is quite good and if not totally abused the amp stands up nicely. The real birch plywood cabinet makes the amp stong and lightweight (well, lighter than many other amps it's size). Thank goodness for the excellent castoring wheel system.
The excellent quality full padded cover is something I was not expecting. Very classy with the embroidered (NOT sikscreened) logo adds a touch of "boutique" aura to the amp (as does the construction quality and tone).
The custome configurable footswitch is very well built as well. There just are'nt any major negatives in my experience with this amp (perhaps discounting the weight when you have to lift it).
The features and quality for the $ is high on the Renegade family and this configuration even more so in my opinion.
Comments about Egnater Renegade 410 4x10" 65W All-Tube Combo Amp:
I'm not a writer in any way, but since there was no review on it I thought I would try to give some sort of direction for people looking.
This is kindof your do it all amp, blues like crazy, overdriven rock does just that. The Reverb on this is really to die for. The only possible complaint is it IS so much amp. It's potentially eardrum blowing. If you really want to get into the best Overdriven state I've ever heard out of tubes, I suggest not living in an apartment or near neighbors with infants. The blues I can pull out of this is more than I've heard out of any fender in years.
I've been amazingly happy with this in every aspect. I quite often use alot of pedals depending on my mood. When the rock influence is on I run clean channel with a DimeWah & Distortion among other things. Performs amazingly. When I'm running on the bridge with the Les, I don't get alot of bottom end. Seems to be nice for leads. Anything in rhythm is full bodied, highs and lows just sing out.
Negatives: 18w/65w switch really doesn't seem to do what I feel like its for which is bringing down
the power. When I first bought it I was hoping that this switch would give me that 100w rhythm and the 50w volume 9-10 overdrive sound which isn't the case, you get the 100w overdrive.
Positive: For the one negative there is 10x positive. I'm sure I don't really touch this things total potential. I certainly wanted to get something I would never replace nor need to upgrade, which I'm positive I've gotten.
Only things I've seen around Four to Five thousand have this many switches, and knobs.
Speakers are the Best, Amp is amazing, Craftsmenship is all there and how I would want to make it if I was selling this myself.
Might be more than your wanting if you can't take the volume for your playstyle, Blues are great even @ low volume. It's when you get into the overdrive even though it sounds amazing around 5-6, the legendary 8-10 overdrive your after is loud.