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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Hughes & Kettner belonging to the TriAmp series

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Hughes & Kettner innovates every year and introduces at NAMM 2015 the third generation of its TriAmp all-valve guitar amplifier.

Let’s get to the heart of the new TriAmp Mark 3 right away, for this is a real game changer that Hughes & Kettner has developed.

The “smart” amp head offers no less than 6 independent channels which will provide the sound of 6 different eras thanks to a clever routing system to the three pairs of power tubes. You can also combine the two or three pairs to change the sound character and get a power of up to 145W.

The amp is equipped with two pairs of 6L6 and a pair of EL34 tubes, but thanks to the improved Tube Safety Control technology, you can combine KT66, KT77, KT88, 6550, 5881, 7581 and/or 6CA7.

These custom configurations can be stored as presets (128 in total) and easily recalled with a button via MIDI.

 

Specifications:

  • All-valve 145W amp head
  • 4x 6L6 and 2x EL34 power tubes
  • Preamp tubes one 12AX7-C and 7 ECC83
  • One 7025/ECC83CC input tube, active on all channels
  • 6 channels: 50s California Clean, 60s British Clean, 70s British Clean, 80s Brown Sound, 90s Californian High Gain et Modern Day High Gain and Beyond
  • Switchable Series/Parallel effect loop
  • Speaker outputs: 1 @ 4 Ohms, 1 @ 8 Ohms, 2 @ 16 Ohms, 1 @ 16 Ohms
  • Balanced XLR DI output
  • MIDI In and Out/Thru with 20W phantom power
  • TSM 432 footswitch included for presets (32 banks of 4 presets), Mode FX/Stompbox, Channel and Boost

Discover the new TriAmp Mark 3 at hughes-and-kettner.com and in this video shot yesterday at NAMM by our team:

 

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