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Yamaha introduces the THR100H amp heads

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Modelling Guitar Amp Head from Yamaha belonging to the THR series

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Yamaha unveiled today two new 100W guitar modeling amp heads in the THR series, the single channel THR100H and THR100H-Dual.

The new Yamaha THR100H-Dual is a true dual guitar amp, with identical control sections as well as two power sections, while the THR100H is a single channel model.

Both compact heads offer 5 voices: Solid, Clean, Crunch, Lead and Modern, the latter being an US-modded version of the Lead, which has a more British sounds, such as the Crunch, while the Clean has a US tone and Solid sounds like a solid-state amp. You can also choose between 5 tube types to vary the color (6V6, EL84, KT88, 6L6GC and EL34) and two tube topologies (A or A/B). An effect section includes three types of boost, 4 reverbs, including a spring effect, a noise gate with three options, an IR-based speaker emulation as well as an effect loop. On the front panel are gain, master, bass, mid and treble EQ, presence, reverb and level knobs.

 

The Class D power section provides up to 100W at 8 or 16 Ohms (50W @ 4 Ohms and 50+50W in Dual Amp configuration) and Yamaha included a 24-bit / 44.1 kHz converter with a USB 2.0 interface to connect the amp to your computer.

The connection panel also features a 1/8” headphone output, 1/4” effect loop, 1/4” speaker outputs, XLR line output and a 5-pin MIDI DIN to connect the provided footswitch.

Discover the new THR100H and THR100H-Dual guitar amp heads at yamaha.com.

 

 

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