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Tech 21 Trademark 300 300W 3-Channel Guitar Amp Head with Footswitch
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For the pro player who prefers a traditional stack rig but doesn't want to be locked into one particular amp style. Incorporating Tech 21's exclusive...Read More
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3 channels, custom analog amp modeling, big punch, and fabulous flexibility!
For the pro player who prefers a traditional stack rig but doesn't want to be locked into one particular amp style. Incorporating Tech 21's exclusive 100% analog SansAmp technology, the Trademark 200 delivers a truckload of the industry's most coveted tube amp sounds riding 200W of pumping power. Sample settings are provided in the owner's manual to get you started, and include such styles as Clean Fender, Stevie Ray, Metallica, Santana, Van Halen, and Hendrix, to name a few. The exceptionally sensitive controls are engineered to provide you with the flexibility to create your own custom sounds as well. With the included footswitch, you can go from sparkling clean to mild grit to humongous crunch. The footswitch also activates the Boost function, and individually engages each of the 2 effect loops. The footswitch is powered via the standard 1/4" patch cable, so batteries are not required. It also features Tech 21's smooth, custom actuators. Each channel features: character section to select individual amplifier styles; gain/drive control; 3-band, active tone controls that boost or cut ±12dB; and level control. 3 independent character-switchable preamps. Boost function for solos increases the post gain volume level up to 9dB without altering your tone. SansAmp XLR direct out plus series and parallel effects loops with mix control. Buffered tuner output. Also capable of driving a second amp head. Parallel speaker outputs. High quality, high efficiency, low noise toroidal transformer. Thermal and short-circuit protected outputs. Removable electronic chassis is housed in a shielded metal enclosure and can be mounted in a standard 19" rack (optional rackmount kit available).
- 300W power
- SansAmp technology
- Boost function
- Included footswitch needs no batteries
- 3 independent preamps
- SansAmp XLR direct out
- Series and parallel effects loops
- Buffered tuner output
- Parallel speaker outputs
- High quality, low noise toroidal transformer
- Protected outputs
- Can be rackmounted
- Each channel features:
- Character section
- Gain/drive control
- 3-band, active boost/cut tone controls
- Level control
Order now for real power and trademark SansAmp tones.
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I've owned this amp for 4 years, it is a backup to my tube amps and it is a great foundation for a killer tone. If you want Brit mid range roar, you got it. You want Mesa mosh, you got it. You clean, Fender tones it provides. The active EQ might be problematic to some, but with a little time spent you'll be greatly pleased with the TM300.
This amp is amazing! I was looking @ buying a tube head, but this one caught my eye. I ordered it and I couldn't have been more thrilled. If you are all about tone, then turn the master volume down, and turn the channel volume up. Some people don't have patience to play with solid state amps to get great tone out of it, but I'm blowing people away with this amp. They can't believe it's solid state! This amp is a great value for solid state and tube fans alike!
Bought it about a month ago, and love it! The tone from this thing is just incredible, and you can't beat the price! I play all kinds of music, from classical, to jazz, to metal, and all in between, and there is a tone in here for anything that I want to play.
Absolute zero flexability - I couldn't get any clean cleans or any decent distortions. It has three identical channels and you have to do what you can with them. You can get a decent overdrive sound but nothing really clearly clean and you can just forget about a decent distortion, trust me, it won't happen. No saturation, no sustain. Save more $ and get a Randall module head, far superior!!