Panama presents Fuego X amplifier
Panama Guitars presents the Fuego X, a stripped-down, 15-watt all-tube version of the brand's Fuego amplifier.
The Fuego X is described as a stripped-down 15-watt all-tube amplifier. Reportedly based on customer requests for a higher gain version of the Fuego, this smaller model features a re-voiced high-gain channel and is said to deliver especially flexible tones, with 2 banks and 3 foot-switchable channels - with each bank featuring independent Gain, Treble, Middle, Bass, and Master Volume.
The 2 dirty channels are foot-switchable and have a shared EQ with a (US/UK) tone stack shift switch allowing a larger palette of tones, from classic-rock on the dirty-lo channel to classic “brown” & modern high gain tones on the hi-gain channel. As for the clean channel, it features normal and bright modes to deliver a wide array of clean and crunch tones.
The Fuego X comes equipped with a transparent effects loop, preamp out, power-amp in and 4,8 and 16 ohm speaker outputs, all enclosed in a Spanish Cedar and Mango-wood cabinet handcrafted in Panama and wrapped in the manufacturer's signature two-tone Antique Graphite and Scarlet Tolex.
- 15-watt amplifier head
- 1 instrument input
- 3 channels
- 3 x ECC83 / 12AX7 + 2 x EL84 tubes
- FX loop with bypass
- 2-button channel selection
- 4/8/16 ohm speaker outputs
- Dimensions : 18" x 9" x 10”
Available now for pre-order, the Fuego X is expected to ship to the U.S. in late April with a street price of $599.
More details at panamaguitars.com.
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