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The Powertone II offers three channels and two separate Master Volumes for setting two different volume levels, Rhythm and Solo, on each channel. The Clean channel offers luscious clean tones, rich open and well defined. The Gain channel has 4 tube stages and its improved dynamics and pressure make this channel the best chords-channel for every blues and rock style.
The Ultra-Gain channel goes further than many people think possible. Its 5 tube stages bring you high gain and harmonically rich and singing lead tone while still having excellent chord definition.
The completely redesigned 120-Watt power amp produces an incredible amount of push in the Low End, has more headroom and greater transparency. The Powertone II also offers 3 Speaker Damping levels: High, Low and Ultra Low. The Ultra Low damping makes the amp sound incredibly open and powerful. With all these features the Powertone II will give you a superb sound for every music style on every volume level, from not-to-loud small club level to a feel-it-in-your-stomach grand stage level.
The Powertone II's simple and intuitive user interface allows you to easily create, control and refine all the tones you've ever desired. From a sparkling, open and very detailed clean tone through a rough and grungy rock tone to a lead tone with an almost unlimited amount of gain, it's all there.
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Comments about Koch Powertone II EL34 120W Tube Guitar Amp Head:
I bought this amp after deciding that I wanted the best sounding tube amp that money can buy. I tried a bunch of boutique brands like Bogner, Engl and Framus. The Koch stood out from them all. It had such a rich, complex tone. I also own a Diezel VH4S and a Diezel Einstein and the Koch is on equal ground (though not as ruggedly built).I gave it a 4.5 in features because it doesn't have a ton of features that some amps have (MIDI control, etc, etc). But when it comes to great sounding amps, usually guitar players are willing to trade off tons of features for pure sound.Another plus is the company is a pleasure to deal with. Even though my amp is out of warranty, after having a problem with the footswitch connector they sent me a replacement connector.