Hughes & Kettner Attax 100 (1993 Series)
Hughes & Kettner Attax 100 (1993 Series)

Attax 100 (1993 Series), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Hughes & Kettner in the Attax 1993 series.

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iamqman 07/21/2011

Hughes & Kettner Attax 100 (1993 Series) : iamqman's user review

« Solid State but decent »

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Hughes and Kettner have some of the best sounding amplifiers on the planet. This a German company who designs high quality guitar amps for touring musicians and the average consumer. They guitar amps that range from just a few hundred dollars to several thousand. This amp is their solid state amp that is marketed towards the budgeted consumer who needs a good sounding amp but doesn't have the funds for a tube amp.


Channels Clean, Crunch, Lead, Ultra
Power 100 Watts
Poweramp Current Feedback Technology for warm tube-like tone
Modeling No
Effects Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Delay, Reverb, seperate per channel (Channel-FX-Memory)
Effects Loop Serial
Footswitch/Stageboard 4-way Stageboard (FS-4) included
Switching Functions Clean, Crunch, Lead, Ultra
Special Features Channel-FX-Memory, CD-Player Input, Headphones Out
Headphones Yes
CD-Input Yes
Line Out Yes
Speakers 1x 12'' Rockdriver Ultra II
Dimensions 574 x 500 x 285 mm
Weight 22 kg/49 lbs


This is a four channel amp that has a clean, crunch, lead, and the ultra lead channel. This amp is not a modeling amp or any kinds so you won't hear them try to pull off a Vox tone or a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier tone of any kind. This is an amp that has the Hughes and Kettner tone for all four channels.

If you want a decent clean channel then there is a good one locate don this amp. The crunch tone is a nice sweet light crunch that has the capability of produces some great classic rock tones. The lead channel is much like the other lead channels form other Hughes and Kettner tube amps. You get a silky smooth lead tone that is also good fro thick chunky rhythm tones as well. The ultra lea is more gain that you can handle. This channel features so much gain that you will never need a boost pedal or anything else to boost. It s an over the top gain channel.


At new these amps come in right at around $500. They are harder to find than other Hughes and Kettner amps but they can be located if you look hard enough. I would recommend this to anyone who needs a good amp and can't spend the money on a tube amp. They are decent sounding for a solid state operation and will produced a wealth of tones form these four completely different channels.