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An affordable, no-compromise amp with 2 distinct channels, an effects loop, and built-in reverb.
The PRS SE 30 30W Tube Guitar Amp Head is a versatile amp with a great combination of modern and vintage tones. The clean channel can dial in pristine cleans to moderate crunch all with lots of chime and clarity. The lead channel offers the same level of clarity with harmonic richness and a lively, organic, responsive tone. The PRS SE 30 is an ideal match for a wide variety of guitar and musical styles.
As with all PRS SE amps, the 30 features 2 channels with separate EQ, an effects loop, reverb, a 0.090 aluminum chassis, a high-end “on-on-on” selector switch, custom wound transformers, custom voiced speakers, and even custom knobs.
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Comments about PRS SE 30 30W Tube Guitar Amp Head:
I was pumped about this amp because it's relatively new and they way PRS described it seemed like a good adittion to my collection. The clean is OK, but it's not mind-blowing. I guess I would be able to deal with that if the Lead Channel would compensate. Nevertheless, after listening to the Lead Channel, that "OK" clean tone turns out to be the best feature of the amp. What I didn't like about it? It's not a distortion channel, it's a fuzzy, SUPER harsh sounding gain channel. Nothing American about it or British. There is no note cleanness in the dirt channel, not even with single notes. The single notes sound fizzy and hairy, not warm punchy and enjoyable.
I just got it today and it's going back tomorrow!
The features are the basic features of very nice amp: 2 channels, global reverb, FX Loop and footswitch. Pretty straight forward. It's usable and easy to tweak and find a "tone" (regardless of how good it may be)
Look sturdy and solid. Made overseas however if I'm correct.
If the sound was great, it would actually be a good value. But the sound doesn't justify the price tag. An Egnater Tweaker is almost half of the price but TWO times better in terms of tone.