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Krank Rev+ 100W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
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The Krank Rev+ combo packs 100W of power from Sovtek 5881 tubes to produce a a very close replication of a Rev+ half stack in a single 2x12 amplifier...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Rev+ in combo form.
The Krank Rev+ combo packs 100W of power from Sovtek 5881 tubes to produce a a very close replication of a Rev+ half stack in a single 2x12 amplifier box. And now the guitar amp has upgraded transformers.
The amp's "Krank" channel offers a 3-band EQ, Volume, 2 footswitchable masters, Gain, Presence and Parametric Sweep controls. The "Kleen" channel is equipped with 3-band EQ, Volume, and "Boost" button to add sparkle and drive.
Another desirable feature is the Rev+ combo's active effects loop. Krank also includes Ohm and Voltage selectors, line out, a manual channel switch, and a killer metal grill. Krank packs 2 premium Eminence Legend V12 speakers into the Rev+ combo amp. Footswitch also included.
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
- Two channels
- Two 12" heavy-magnet speakers
- Separate volume and 3-band EQs per channel
- Two master volume controls on the distortion channel
- Presence control for both channels
- EQ sweep on the distortion channel
- Four 12AX7 preamp tubes
- Four 5881 power tubes
- Line out
- 4-, 8-, and 16-Ohm outs
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Comments about Krank Rev+ 100W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:
Let me start by saying I didn't know what to expect with this amp. With the negative vibes about false reviews and endorsees not using their Krank amps, I was concerned. I figured either the big boys have something to worry about and are planting bad info. or the amps are way over-rated. My son has a Road King and that is a great amp with almost unlimited versatility. This amp does what it does as well as any amp I've played.I'm more of a rhythm guy, think Malcomb Young, and this amp is the best rhythm amp I've played. It is dead quiet whether clean or distorted. The clean channel is not what you'd expect from a supposed metal amp. In a word great. I don't know how this thing does with metal because I don't play it. It's a couple of weeks old so I can't speak to its durability. I got mine at a good price so I can't honestly evaluate value but if your sound is what it's all about, I guess a couple of grand is reasonable.This amp has the feel of something put together in a garage with the best components they could get their hands on instead of a production line amplifier.Maybe the big boys do have something to worry about.