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Engl Victor Smolski Ltd. E646 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head (Black)
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Loaded with the style and sound that defines Victor Smolski's playing!
Victor Smolski is a guitarist who takes modern guitar playing to another level, whose skills set up new standards in technique, tone, and attitude. And now there is an amp that features his style and helps him develop his music, the ENGL Victor Smolski LTD E646 tube amp head.
With a unique and remarkable design and awesome signature sounds wrapped in snakeskin, the Victor Smolski Ltd E646 amp has 100 watts of 6L6 power trapped behind hand-soldered iron chains. It's adjusted and dialed in for the modern metal guitar player. Four channels of pure tube attack and power deliver the widest modern range of tones you could expect from an amplifier.
The E646 provides the fastest attack, punchiest rhythm, breathtaking lead lines and the most modern clean sounds available. It also bears the smooth, sonic transition of well-selected channel layouts including an adjustable Mid Boost switch to create modern rock tones from sustained, shining cleans to a vintage -vibe crunch sound. The S.A.C. switching control gives you easy access to all available sounds.
- Four channels, each with independent gain/volume controls: Clean, Crunch, Lead Channel 3, Lead Channel-4
- Middle-voiced switching (affects all 4 channels) via front-panel button or via footswitch
- Electronic power-tube monitoring system (P.T.M.) with LED indicator