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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Suhr .

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Suhr launches its first all-tube guitar amp head, a 100W hand-wired model called SE-100.

The Suhr SE-100 is a high gain amp head with only one channel which incorporates the Suhr SE overdrive mod often applied to users' own amps, paired with a finely tuned ‘68 plexi output power section, for a variety of classic and modern high gain overdrive tones, and 100 watts of power.

Specifications:

  • 4-stage gain
  • '68 Plexi-style output transformer
  • 4 power EL34 tubes
  • 5 preamp 12AX7 tubes
  • Controls : Presence, 3-band EQ, Level and Gain (from British-like Classic Crunch to High Gain and Metal/Drop Tuning)
  • tube buffered, low impedance series effects loop with Send Level and Depth controls (on the rear)
  • 2 loudspeaker outputs wired in parallel and a 3-way impedance selector switch for 4Ω, 8Ω, and 16Ω operation
  • Standby

The price is to be announced. More details on www.suhr.com.

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