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Engl Classic 50W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp
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The Engl Classic Tube 50 Amplifier delivers 100% vintage tube tone in an amp that lets vintage meet the demands of the 21st century. 2 channels with ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Vintage tone, modern control.
The Engl Classic Tube 50 Amplifier delivers 100% vintage tube tone in an amp that lets vintage meet the demands of the 21st century. 2 channels with separate gain and master volume control deliver a wide range of vintage tones. Up to date features like FX Loop, foot switchable channels and 2 foot switchable volume levels meet the demands of the modern guitar player without sacrificing vintage tube tone.
- 2 channels with separate gain and master volume control
- 50W power
- 2 x 12" speakers
- FX Loop
- Foot switchable channels
Classic 50W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp
- Rated power: approx. 50 watts at 8 or 16 ohms
- V1 (input-tube): ECC 83/12AX7, FQ Grade
- V2, V3: ECC 83/12AX7 selected
- V4: ECC 83/12AX7, standard
- V5, V6: 5881 (6L6GC) matched set
- External: 1 AT (slow) at 230 volts
- Internal: 1,25 AT (slow) at 230 Volts; 2,5 AT (slow) in the 100 and 120 Volt models
- Power consumption: 155 watts max.
- Dimensions: 70 x 50 x 27 cm
- Weight: 31 kg
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Comments about Engl Classic 50W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:
ENGL Classic 50W 2x12 Combo.Well, it is basically a german Vox. I bought mine thinking it would be this amaizing amp and it turned out to be this almost amaizing amp. The cleans are very nice and crisp. It can sound as harsh as a DeVille, or they can be smooth and break up when you play hard like a Vox. It also has separate Reverb knobs, one for each channel. That was nice because our singer plays an Orange and it doesn't have that. The gain channel, however, is really noisey. There is a loud hiss the whole time you play. The louder the volume the louder the hiss, and you can hear it through what you are playing. It is also not as thick as I was hoping for. With ENGLs reputation as a metal/hardcore amp company I thought that this amp would at least be somewhat ballsy. But it's not really.