The all-tube design uses a pair of NOS 6AQ5 power pentodes.

St. Louis, MO (January 30, 2017) -- The Khan Pak is a full featured vacuum tube guitar amplifier that delivers classic electric guitar tones. Measuring 9” x 7” x 2 1/2” and weighing 6 1/2 lbs, this amplifier has been designed to be extremely portable. Utilizing a pair of NOS 6AQ5 power pentodes, the Khan Pak delivers all the rich tones, overdrive and feel of a real vacuum tube guitar amplifier. This is not class D, this is an all-tube design. Fit it into your gig bag front pocket or backpack or carryon luggage for the ultimate in tone and convenience.


  • (2) 6AQ5 Power tubes (2) 12AX7 Preamp tubes
  • Single channel and Dual channel models
  • 18 watts or 9 watts switchable
  • Gain and Master controls
  • 3 Band EQ with Bright and mid boost switches
  • Mid boost foot switchable
  • Buffered (pedal level) effects loop
  • 16 and 8 ohm Impedance selector
  • Speaker Compensated line out
  • Internal Load resistor for silent use
  • Cooling fan with on/off switch

Many key players have already commented on how much they love the sound and concept of this new amplifier. The Class D assumption is shattered when they realize the amplifier is all tube. The Khan Pak truly breaks new ground in the guitar amp category.

Khan Pak amps will be sold through a select dealer network. Product will begin shipping in March 2017. USA MAP pricing is $899 for the Single Channel and $1199 for the Dual channel amps.

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