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Krank Rev Jr. 20W Full Stack Guitar Amp
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This stack includes the Krank Rev Jr. 20W Tube guitar amplifier head and 2 Rev Jr. 1x12 guitar speaker cabinets. The Rev Jr. Stack is a professional ...Click To Read More About This Product
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This stack includes the Krank Rev Jr. 20W Tube guitar amplifier head and 2 Rev Jr. 1x12 guitar speaker cabinets. The Rev Jr. Stack is a professional studio-quality rig featuring a 20W all tube dual channel head (2 - 5881's, 3 - 12AX7's) with boost switch and active tube-driven effects loop. With its two 1x12 solid poplar speaker cabs (same construction as their big brothers, the Rev and Krankenstein 4x12 cabinets) it serves up massive tube tone wherever space and volume are issues.
Krank Rev Jr. 20W Tube Guitar Amp Head
This 20W version of their monster Rev Series 1 amp head is geared more for the professional practice or small gig environment, boasting an all tube dual channel head (2 - 5881's, 3 - 12AX7's) with boost switch and active effects loop that gives players a number of different tones ranging from chimey clean to the monstrous high gain Krank has made their reputation on.
Krank Rev Jr. 1x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinets
The 1x12 Krank Rev Jr. solid poplar wood speaker cabinet is made for the Rev Jr. head. Rev Jr. has the same rugged construction as its big brothers, the Rev and Krankenstein 4x12 speaker cabinets. You can pump a 100W head through the Rev Jr. cab for home studio use, making this cabinet serve multiple purposes.
- All tube
- 2 x 5881, 3 x 12AX7
- Dual channel
- Boost switch
- Active effects loop
- 1x12 speaker
- Solid poplar construction
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This mini stack rocks! Smooth clean and heavy crunch!!! If Dime (R.I.P.) were alive I could see him with one of these as a back stage warm up amp or on the tour bus. It could only be better if it were a mini Krankenstein.
I love this thing. I still haven't even found out how many different types of music you can play with this. If you're afraid you won't be heard with only 20 watts, think again. This sucker is loud for only 20. It sounds more like 40.
I believe that Krank makes the best amps in the world. This little guy is probably way better than a marshall, peavey or any of the other big names out there. Im dissapointed that they have to charge this much for something this small though. Dont buy this or any other Krank unless you play live or are filthy rich.
I bought this for playing at home since I'm not in a band. My main guitars are my beloved 72' Gibson Firebird Medallion, a Gibson LP Classic and a Gretsch 6128TVP PowerJet. They all sound, connected with quality cables, totally great.This rig is another example of superb American craftsmanship while still affordable!! This is not a novelty item just made to look cool.Positive:very well built, amazing tone, boost switch for Kleen and Krank (overdrive) Channels, loud enough for smaller gigs, the clean channel is to die for, adjustable FX loop and again: it looks absolutely great!Negative:no standby switch, channels are not footswitchable, and that weird double-function gain knob/clean channel volume arrangement. There's just not enough room on the front panel for more knobs. Also, the tonal adjustments only work for the Krank channel. Conclusion:I did my research, learned about it's limited features, bought it and I'm very happy. Krank kept it compact and that's what I was in the market for! Thank's guys!PS: Should you buy this and dare to connect a distortion pedal to it, then you're wasting your time. The Krank channel is fantastic and would make Dimebag (R.I.P)proud!!!
Yes it's simple and it's low wattage but the gain is incredible,it's a LOUD 20 watts and it's small. Not as many features as my VHT PITBULL but it takes up less room. Just what I was looking for and KRANK stepped forward and delivered.