The Aviator Series—the Ultralight Eight, Twin Ten and Open Twelve—each boasting the same powerful 200-watt engine and core tone stack as the MicroPro Series.

Costa Mesa, CA (April 1, 2013) -- Following the brief “disappearance” of Quilter Labs founder and visionary, Patrick Quilter, the company is thrilled to have him back on home soil—and, to announce the “on-time arrival” of its newest creation: The Aviator Series!

The Aviator Series—the Ultralight Eight, Twin Ten and Open Twelve—each boasting the same powerful 200-watt engine and core tone stack as the now-legendary MicroPro Series, plus a light & agile airframe, timeless styling and a trio of in-flight speaker options ranging from 8-12.” LET YOUR TONE SOAR with the Quilter Aviator!

Here's the lineup:

The Ultralight Eight

  • 100 Watts per channel
  • Sealed back enclosure for greater low frequency extension
  • Basic control setup = Ch. 1 is Vol/Tone Ch. 2 is Gain, EQ, HiCut, Master
  • Reverb applies to both channels with Rev. Vol/Dwell
  • 22.6 Pounds
  • MSRP: Retail $899; MAP $699

The Twin Ten

  • Same as 8" with dual 10" Celestion G10 Vintage speakers (in an open back configuration)
  • 33.8 Pounds
  • MSRP: Retail $1299; MAP $949

The Open Twelve

  • Same with a single 12" Classic Lead 80 speaker (in an open back configuration)
  • 33.8 Pounds
  • MSRP: Retail $1199; MAP $899

For more information:
Quilter Labs

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