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Palmer FAT 50 H

Palmer FAT50 Tube Series amplifiers incorporate "a rainbow of sounds with punch and definition – from subtle crunch to maximum saturation, and a lively and dynamic clean tone with extended headroom", according to Adam Hall.

 

The FAT50's High Gain circuit provides overdrive for a set list of riffs and classic lead lines. There are no transistors in the signal path - even the effects loop is tube driven.

 

The amps feature two footswitchable master volumes and 50 Watts of tube power.

 

The FAT Series consists of the FAT50 Combo, the FAT50 Head and the F212 Guitar Cabinet 2 x12”.

 

Specifications

Preamp Section

  • V1, V2: ECC83/12AX7A highgrade
  • V3, V4: ECC83/12AX7A selected

Power-Amp Section

  • V5, V6: 5881 (6L6GC) matched set
  • Output Power: 50 Watt an 8 oder 16 Ohm

Sound Section

General

  • Mains Volltage: 230 V~ +/-10%
  • Max. Power consumption: 150 W
  • Power consumption in Standby mode: 42 W
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 580 x 500 x 270 mm

 

Pricing

Retail Price : 899,00 €

 

Youtube videos: www.youtube.com/results?search_query=palmer+fat+50&aq=f

 

More info: www.palmer-germany.com.

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