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Engl MetalMaster 20W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Reverb
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The Engl MetalMaster 20 combo offers 20W of tube-flavored brutality built specifically for the heavy riffing and shredding solos that the metal gods ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A 1x10 beast that's purpose-built for maximum brutality.
The Engl MetalMaster 20 combo offers 20W of tube-flavored brutality built specifically for the heavy riffing and shredding solos that the metal gods demand. Featuring two channels (clean and lead), a switchable FX loop, built-in reverb, a mid-scoop switch for extra brutality, this little beast delivers the goods without overloading you with knobs and switches — or backache. Plus, with power attenuation from 20W to 5W to 1W or speaker mute for silent recording, this potent, portable combo is just as capable on the stage, the studio or in bedroom practice.
Whether you're into a '70s hard rock, '80s shred, modern-day drop tuning or anything in between, the MetalMaster handles it with ease.
- Power: 20W (tube)
- Tubes: two 12AX7 (preamp); two EL84 (power amp)
- Attenuation: 20W, 5W, 1W, speaker mute
- Two channels
- Single input
- Speaker: 1x10 Celestion G10N-40
- Impedance: 8, 16 ohms
- Controls: 3-band EQ, clean gain, lead gain, lead volume, master, reverb, mid scoop, clean lead boost
- Built-in reverb
- Switchable FX loop
- Frequency-compensated balanced line out
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- Easy To Use
- Poor Sound Quality
- Amateur Recording
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Comments about Engl MetalMaster 20W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Reverb:
I have an ENGL Powerball II going through an EVH-4x12 cab and I decided I wanted something very portable for jamming and practicing. After over a month of trying to get this dialed in, it simply will not happen. The gain sounds like a "digital" gain or a typical distortion pedal. The power tap is okay but the sound quality of this is not what you are expecting. It does not sound like a tube amp at all and you will be very disappointed if you are used to some high end tube amps. I have tried running this through my EVH cab and though it sounds marginally better you can still hear that cheap brittle distortion sound.