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Sovtek MIG 100

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Sovtek

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Epic

Sovtek MIG 100Published on 07/10/21 at 05:57
If you love to rock out these things are nothing short of epic. Russian built, point to point wiring and phenomenally loud. I had trouble for years finding a 4x12 that could handle this beastie. Peavy 5150 quad works, a 4x12 Behringer 400W works well but I recently purchased the correct Sovtek 4X12 which is rated at a whopping 600W. It makes sense now that Marshall 1960A's are hopeless with this amp. If you can get one, buy it. These should be worth well over $2000 aud. Rare as hens teeth, single channel super amp. Highly recommend.
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MGR/SmokeaterMGR/Smokeater

Sovtek Mig 100H

Sovtek MIG 100Published on 12/10/03 at 15:00
Bought from musicians Friend as a closeout...paid $250 US

This amp is the definition of heavey metal....so forget about any soft music unless it's an 80's power ballard...there's a hi and low input and the low input is not clean!!....Even set at a volume of 1 the distortion and harmonic response is incredible...I have never been happier with another amp in my 20+ years of playing.

Absolutely nothing...with the slight exception that reverb would be a nice addition

construction is like a bomb shelter...very rugged build inside and out...no frills toggle switchs and pots..it sid blow my mind that the rear output jacks have some plastic content (probably to isolate from the chasis...…
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Bought from musicians Friend as a closeout...paid $250 US

This amp is the definition of heavey metal....so forget about any soft music unless it's an 80's power ballard...there's a hi and low input and the low input is not clean!!....Even set at a volume of 1 the distortion and harmonic response is incredible...I have never been happier with another amp in my 20+ years of playing.

Absolutely nothing...with the slight exception that reverb would be a nice addition

construction is like a bomb shelter...very rugged build inside and out...no frills toggle switchs and pots..it sid blow my mind that the rear output jacks have some plastic content (probably to isolate from the chasis ground) and sever have cracked...a simple $2 fix...not an issue.

Bottom line is that it sucks that they are no longer manufactured...I'm such a fanatic that I'll buy any available...and I have built exact replica's for a small cost...plus I have several mods that are pretty awesome....I can build anyone a 50 or 100 watt if interested.
crobichaud@net1plus.com

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Sovtek MIG100

Sovtek MIG 100Published on 12/14/01 at 15:00
Bought from a pawn shop $200. I got it because of Sovtek's great reputation and
the great deal.

This head is absolutely BRUTAL. It is all you need, just raw power. No FX loop, reverb
, channel switching, or anything like that; just a pure 100W all tube amp. It has a high
and low gain inputs with Presence, Mid, High, Low, Master, and Volume controls.
It has a 16ohm, 8ohm, 4ohm, and line out. Power is provided by 4 5881's and preamp
is 3 12AX7A's. Modifications are easy because of its point to point wiring and their
support is very knowledgeable and helpful. It is a killer head and a great value.

It is pretty damn heavy and it uses plastic switches. I have never broken any, but for
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Bought from a pawn shop $200. I got it because of Sovtek's great reputation and
the great deal.

This head is absolutely BRUTAL. It is all you need, just raw power. No FX loop, reverb
, channel switching, or anything like that; just a pure 100W all tube amp. It has a high
and low gain inputs with Presence, Mid, High, Low, Master, and Volume controls.
It has a 16ohm, 8ohm, 4ohm, and line out. Power is provided by 4 5881's and preamp
is 3 12AX7A's. Modifications are easy because of its point to point wiring and their
support is very knowledgeable and helpful. It is a killer head and a great value.

It is pretty damn heavy and it uses plastic switches. I have never broken any, but for
road gigging, I put in metal ones just in case.

Construction is very solid. All point to point wired. Could probably use metal switches
though.

This is a great amp. It is just pure clean power. I love it and it is extremely reliable. It
has survived the wost road abuse. I do use a backup just because it is a tube amp
but for the 3 years I have owned it and gigged constantly. It eats my Marshall backup
for lunch. I have never had a problem. It may not be for everyone, but you have to
check it out at least. For the price there is almost no excuse not to have at least one.

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phaesisphaesis

Sovtek MIG 100Published on 08/07/14 at 01:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Tube amp with one channel! But what HIS !!!!

UTILIZATION

SOUND sending live !!! Easy to use with a guitar and some effects between the guitar and the Mig 100, it sounds like this is not possible! an alarming signal to noise ratio, I tried the Marshall and I preferred the sound of the Mig 100 for its responsiveness, its equalization!

SOUNDS

Excellent for everything so it's clean !!!! Taking a slap whether clean or saturated ... besides we can play with the pots of the guitar to send the saturation is good ... otherwise you can also use a pre-amp saturation , it works superbly! I actually tried multiple with this amp and never disappointed !!!

OVERALL OPINION

For 20 years I...…
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Tube amp with one channel! But what HIS !!!!

UTILIZATION

SOUND sending live !!! Easy to use with a guitar and some effects between the guitar and the Mig 100, it sounds like this is not possible! an alarming signal to noise ratio, I tried the Marshall and I preferred the sound of the Mig 100 for its responsiveness, its equalization!

SOUNDS

Excellent for everything so it's clean !!!! Taking a slap whether clean or saturated ... besides we can play with the pots of the guitar to send the saturation is good ... otherwise you can also use a pre-amp saturation , it works superbly! I actually tried multiple with this amp and never disappointed !!!

OVERALL OPINION

For 20 years I have! Never failed !!!

Equalization is accurate, the power is amazing !!!

If I have one caveat to this amp ... its weight but good considering the sound I forgive him!
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  • Manufacturer: Sovtek
  • Model: MIG 100
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 04/26/2004

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