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« Sovtek MIG100 »

Published 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
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.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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