New Hughes & Kettner
About Hughes & Kettner:
Hughes & Kettner took a different approach when they started making amps back in the 80s. By pushing past what was considered standard at the time and putting all their efforts into their users' needs, they made an instant impact in the music industry, gaining acclaim for their designs and technology. Still a music titan to this day, Hughes & Kettner continues to thrive on the passion of their expert team.
From heads and cabinets to combo amps, recording stations, pedals, simulators and controllers, the selection here represents the best of what Hughes & Kettner has to offer. For example, if you're searching for a top rated guitar amp head, check out the Tubemeister TM36H 36W Tube Guitar Amp Head. With the ability to produce up to 128 combinations with the push of a button, this amp head features three channels, a revolutionary MIDI-controlled power soak, a built-in RED BOX OUT with authentic speaker emulation, and so much more. More interested in adding some overdrive to your play? Then spend some time with the Tube Factor Overdrive Pedal. A high quality pedal with tube-based tone circuitry, it features the ability to switch between a warm, clean sound and a scorching, saturated-tube lead sound with the press of a switch. Able to provide solid state amps with a genuine tube tone, this is an invaluable pedal in any setup.
Those are just the start of what you'll find here too. Depending on your need as a musician, you'll be able to find exactly what you're after to enhance your sound with Hughes & Kettner.
Standing by their slogan "Smart and from the heart", Hughes & Kettner put their full effort into all their gear. Focusing on how audiences hear sound, it's no wonder top performers everywhere are taking notice. Tommy Thayer from KISS, Deep Purple's Don Airey, Mark Stanway of Magnum, Alastair Greene from the Alan Parsons Live Project and so many others big name rockers all use their equipment. So if you're looking to enhance your performances or recordings, look no further than Hughes & Kettner.