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Epiphone Triggerman 100H DSP Solid State Guitar Amplifier Head
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The Epiphone Triggerman 100H DSP Solid State Guitar Amplifier Head has evalve tube tone circuitry that pumps out fat presence while 16 DSP selections...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Triggerman 100H DSP gives you bold power and cool looks with serious DSP effects.
The Epiphone Triggerman 100H DSP Solid State Guitar Amplifier Head has evalve tube tone circuitry that pumps out fat presence while 16 DSP selections give you a broad palette of sound textures. A separate DSP reverb gives you precision control perfect for any stage setup. 2 channels and 100W of power make the Epiphone Triggerman a great gigging head with plenty of power for any hall. Vintage Epiphone cabinet design with rattan grille, red Tolex, gleaming corner reinforcements, cream piping, chicken-head knobs, and satin gold face plate.
- 2 channels
- Evalve tube tone circuitry
- 16 DSP selections
- Separate DSP reverb
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Reviewed by 11 customers
I bought this head and its matching cabinet for use in band practice and eventually gigs. I just bought a Fender Deluxe Reverb back in March, and as much as I love that, I am horrified for it to be beat up. So, I resorted to this, to give my tone more bottom end and move more air, at a price I wouldn't "fret" over. I can not tell you how impressed I was with this amp. For solid state, this is the best out there. Sparkling cleans, vintage gain (although it can get a bit muddy if you don't know what you're doing), and plenty of effects that eliminates the need for me to haul my pedals to practice. DSP and Reverb sound analog...best effects I've ever heard packaged in an amp. Great buy. You will not regret it.
I purchased one of the 60 watt combo versions of these and loved it so much I picked up the 100 watt head too. Man, these are really great solid state amps with better than decent sounding on-board fx. The reverb and delay especially sound awesome - I always play with the 3rd delay setting and the reverb on 1/2.The clean channel is stunning and really captures some of that "Fender flavor" but with more mids on tap - very responsive and BIG!!! The dirt channel is good too and works best on lower gain settings (usually below 9 'o' clock); as it's quite nasal-sounding and raspy when you crank it up - it's more of a fuzz tone than a modern distortion IMO. I generally switch between an od and a distortion pedal in front of the clean channel and it sounds huge. The clean channel takes fx well too - I have chorus, Trem, phaser, compression, eq etc and they all sound great. These amps have real gigging power and are a great buy. The back panel is loaded with features and the headphone jack sounds cool. The only thing that could be of concern is the board-mounted pots. I've had to re-solder a cold or cracked joint on my 60 watt combo - a delicate operation - but I've had no problems with the head yet. These amps are perfect for all classic styles of music - 60s/70s rock, Rockabilly, Blues, Jazz, Country, Funk, Fusion etc. Oh yeah they look great too. I intend to pick up more of them if I see them for cheap. In Australia they are also sold under the Legacy badge.
Very nice looking amp, very loud, has all the bells and whistles you need, built in effects work a treat with a pre pedal (digitech, zoom multis) very bassy distortion (not that flash unless you have a pre pedal) had to have bass all the way down to get a good treble effectotherwise very happy (footswitch handy too!!)Bought tis mostly because all other makes(at the shop i bought it) didnt have line outs so you couldnt run it through a PA/mixer, this has at least 2 options
I love the effects, the fuzz and the sparkling clean. But get a gain pedel to crank it up. The fuzz makes me feel like Jimi Hendrix.
I've been amp hunting for a long time now, and this baby caught my attention a few weeks ago. Right from looking at it I could tell this was what I'd been searching for. Not only does this beast look absolutely incredible, it sounds beautiful. The clean channel has just a little sparkel to it, and the overdrive is just nasty. Great 60's sounding fuzz out of this amp. You will not be disappointed!
Im an average joe who beleives in value for all financial classes, even those who play guitar. Ive played through mesa boogies, classic fender amps, and others as well. Outside of the unattainable Tube universe, I had more fun playing through this amp. I use pedals, so the DSP isnt really for me but theyre not too bad. Its not a modeling amp. It's basic, and it comes in a really cool packaging too. Plenty of retro kitsch and it sounds great too. Great Value.
This head is amazing. It has awesome tone and the reverb sounds great. I was a little disappointed with the distortion but I play through a pedal so it is no big deal. It comes with a footswitch for the effects and channel.
I bought this amp to run a Vox Tonelab through as a back up amp. The clean sound is exactly what I was looking for and the price can't be beat. The overdrive channel bites the big one and is pretty much useless, but the clean sound works great with a pre-amp. If you are looking for a great clean sound to run your stomp box or a pre-amp through it's a good buy.
I came at this amp attracted to the retro styling and the price. I came away with a new appreciation for the detail Epi put into this amp. Pros include a clean channel with massive amounts of headroom and a drive channel that can be played loud without causing solid-state ear fatigue (for my money, don't max out the drive; leave it low and use your favorite overdrive to get more gain out of it). Cons are no included footswitch (at least in my case) and no real control over the effects (tap tempo would put this over the top).I actually A/Bed the drive channel against a vintage Fender Champ and managed to dial in a virtually identical sound between the two. Then I switched back to the clean channel... Versatile bliss.For the money, the amp and 4x12 cabinet can't be beat. Let's hope reliability is as good as the value of this amp. Highly recommended for those on a budget or looking for something different.
I have to admit I had my doubts about this head. You will rarely find a solid state amp that sounds this good for the money. The looks are incredible first off, and its loud as all get out. I was really surprised by how much I like the reverb. Its almost analog sounding, Almost. The gain I thought was really good it gets muddy if you turn it all the way up. The other effects kinda suck but hey they usually do on just about every other amp out there too. Packaged with the 2x12 cab this amp is awesome. Definitely a good buy!!!!