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Kustom Quad 100DFX Guitar Amp Head
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The Kustom Quad 100DFX guitar amplifier head combines outrageous tone and performance with a truly impressive stage presence. Providing 100W of outpu...Click To Read More About This Product
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Like having the best of both worlds in one amp!
The Kustom Quad 100DFX guitar amplifier head combines outrageous tone and performance with a truly impressive stage presence. Providing 100W of output power, the Quad 100DFX Head offers real world flexibility through its 2-channel design and 4 preamp modes. The Rhythm channel has 2 preamp choices: Lean and Fat. Each offers a different sonic spin: one tight and sparkling, the other greasy and fat and with more attitude. The Lead channel offers a choice of Grind and Punch. Grind has a modern, high-gain American tone. Punch provides a tighter low-end response and an upper midrange emphasis— a distinctly British flavor.
- 100W power
- 2 channels (Lead & Rhythm)
- 2 lead preamp modes (Grind/Punch)
- 2 rhythm preamp modes (Fat/Lean)
- Dual 3-band EQ
- Lead gain boost
- 8 effects (24-bit digital)
- External speaker jack
- Auxiliary input
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Quad 100DFX Guitar Amp Head
- Dimensions: 30"W x 11-2/5"H x 11-2/5"D
- Weight: 28.6 lbs/ 13 kg
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I bought this head and was not too disappointed in the tone etc, but when playing with many other friends with different 100 watt heads I noticed mines volume wouldnt hold up to theres so I had it looked at and come to find out my new kustom 100 watt head was pushing about 40 watts! Very disappointing!
Great clean power levels. Lot so bass. And that's about it. The distortion on lead is okay, but a bit blunt...not even an attempt at getting a nice tube crunch sound. After two years, the effects are faulty, producing a steady clicking instead of the effect itself. Cheap knobs, maybe? I wish the Behringer was around when I got this.
For the person who wants a great stage amp but (like me) can't afford the Marshalls and Mesa Boogies, this is a must-have amp head! This amp Really rocks with great tone whether it be grunge, blues, or jazz. This amp sounds best when it is driven (dial control that acts like gain). It sounds great clean as well. The only place it lacks is when you are looking for just a touch of fuzz for some blues songs. It is not quite as silky as a tube amp, but then again it is a fraction of the price! Over all, this amp does a great job, and I play it through a Quad 4 Angle Cab, which makes it sound even better with its Celestion speakers. Very well put together. Quality is 1st class! You won't be sorry buying this amp. Performs great on stage!
I got this about a week ago and took it straight to band practice. I had been playing with it for a couple of weeks in the store but had never had the opportunity to crank it up. I only spent a couple of seconds setting it up and it sounded phenominal, the clean channel is crisp and bright. The lead channel offers up plenty of gain without sounding oversaturated perfect for the heavier side of rock, but not quite mettalic. The effects are as good as any onboard effects I've used and the multiple reverbs give lend the amp a lot of tonal possibilities. For the price i couldnt have gotten better.
This head produces some great tone. I run it through 2 four 12" cabs. and it powers them fine. Only 1 effect can be used at a time though. The gain suits me for the blues and classic rock style that I play.
This head is a nice beginner, but dosnt have enough high end, the preamp choices suck and you really cant get it loud enough without making the whole cab rattle the lows over power it. And theres no distortion what so ever. Unless you use a pedal the amp just sounds crappy I really recommend the B-52 AT-100 it's affordable and has great sound and selection for really any style of music. Really i just prefer tubes.