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  • Hotone Audio Loudster

    Hotone Audio Loudster - "Power Your Speakers while running Amp Sims, Preamps and pedals" has images


    SOUND: The Loudster is a unique piece of gear, allowing you to take regular pedal board gear, including amp sims, and get optimum loudness through your speakers with higher ‘sound pressure levels,’ and while maintaining the tone you like. The video…

  • DigiTech G300

    DigiTech G300 - "Surprizingly clear and dynamic!"


    I have played thru ADA, Mosvalve, and PA, solidstate poweramps but this one beats them all! Thought I was just getting a usual adequate poweramp but it shakes the floor!!! Dynamics push and pull Celestion V30's great at med to loud volume and dead si…

  • Peavey Classic 50/50

    Peavey Classic 50/50 - "Great Poweramp !!" has images


    I have been using a nice Digitech G300 poweramp for 20yrs. I used the power stage of a B52 AT100 for a bit and realized the great tone of tubes at low volume too. Been changing my rig and wanted the tube dynamics back at practice levels although the …

  • Rocktron Velocity 300

    Rocktron Velocity 300 - "Amazing!!!"


    - Solid-state amp with tube simulation - One input and 2 speaker outputs per channel - 2x150 watts max stereo or 300 watts max mono - One volume and one reactance (tube simulation) control per channel - Bridged mode button (mono or stereo) UTILI…

  • Electro-Harmonix 44 Magnum

    Electro-Harmonix 44 Magnum - "The back-up that EVERYONE should have in their bag!!"


    Electro-Harmonix has done the guitar equivalent of breaking the sound barrier. The EH 44 Magnum is a 44-watt POWER AMP (yes, that's correct, POWER AMP) that takes up the space of a pedal on your pedal board and can run into an 8-ohm minimum load. The…

  • Randall RT 2/50

    Randall RT 2/50 - "An amazing tube power amp!!!"


    Tube power amp...Houses two sets of matching tubes...You can combine whatever you like, with the exception of EL84s which will require yellow jackets to operate...6550 and 6L6GC...6L6GC and EL34...EL34 and 6CA7...6CA7 and KT88....KT88 and KT66...KT66…

  • Atomic Amps Reactor 50/50

    Atomic Amps Reactor 50/50 - "Replaced my VHT power amp"


    The Atomic Rector 50/50 is a stereo tube power amp. 2 12AX7 for the phase inverter and 2 duos of 6L6 power tubes. Mine came with JJ's which I'm usually not that fond of, but in this case they were a very nice fit. Front panel controls are power switc…

  • Tube Works MosValve MV-962

    Tube Works MosValve MV-962 - "Decent solid state power amp"


    The Mosvalve MV962 is a stereo solid state power amp made in the late '80s/early '90s to offer a more realistic take on the tube power section in a solid state power section. Tube power amps are great, but are subject to the consistency issue of the …

  • Peavey Classic 50/50

    Peavey Classic 50/50 - "Efficient and reliable"


    All-tube 2U power amp (eight El 84, two 12AX7 and one 12AT7) 2x 50 W output power Contour and presence controls per channel, very musical, ideal to adapt to the acoustics of a venue. Comprehensive connection options (DI output to use the amp sound…

  • Peavey Classic 50/50

    Peavey Classic 50/50 - "Warm and transparent tube power amp"


    For those of you guitarist who use rack stuff (you know who you are) you also know how discerning out tastes our. Not just in rack power amps but for every facet of our rack hogging reality. Usually the only thing holding down the expansion of our …