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The new Royal Atlantic features three modes of footswitchable performance.

Specifications

  • All-Tube Amplifier: 4xEL-34 (or 6L6's), 7×12AX7
  • Multi-Soak, Channel Assignable Power Attenuator provides each channel with a 5-position power attenuation switch (-16db, –12db, –8db, –4db & 0db) for Power Ratings ranging from 3 Watts to 100 Watts of Class A/B Power
  • Bias Select Switch (6L6/EL34)
  • Fixed Bias for Consistent, Maintenance Free Performance

2 Channels, 3 Footswitchable Modes

Each mode with Independent Channel Master & Multi-Soak Power Controls (Multi-Soak Controls on back panel).

  • Channel 1 (Clean) features: Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Master & Multi-Soak (on back panel)
  • Channel 2 (Footswitchable Vintage Lo-Gain & Vintage Hi-Gain Modes) features: Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Master-Lo, Master-Hi, Multi-Soak Lo & Multi-Soak Hi (on back panel)
  • All-Tube, Long Spring Reverb with Auto Reverb Defeat Switch for Vintage Hi or Vintage Hi & Lo Modes (“Defeat” removes Reverb from selected mode/modes – “On” applies Reverb to all Modes)
  • Reverb Hard-Bypass Switch removes entire Reverb Circuit from amp (all modes)
  • Buffered FX Loop w/Automatic Hard-Bypass, which completely removes itself when not in use
  • Slave Out w/Level Control
  • External Switching Jacks for Vintage Low/Hi (Clean is default)
  • 22" Aluminum Chassis
  • 2 Button Footswitch (Clean, Vintage Low/Hi)
  • Slip Cover

Formats

  • Head (Width 26 ¾")
  • 2×12 Combo (Width 26 ¾") • 12" Speakers
  • Casters

For more information, visit Mesa Engineering.

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