Quilter Labs Announces the MicroPro Mach 2 Series

The Mach 2 comes to bat with powerful new voicing options.

Anaheim, CA (January 23, 2015) -­- At 10:15 AM the first day of the NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. Pat Quilter is unveiling an all new MicroPro Mach 2 series. More than a cosmetic upgrade to its already successful MicroPro Series, the Quilter MicroPro Mach 2 completely re-envisions what you can expect from compact performance oriented guitar amplification. From the staggering power of the head version throughout each of the combos, the Mach 2 comes to bat with powerful new voicing options and even further range of controls.

The MicroPro Mach 2 comes in the following versions:

  • 8 Ince Combo: Featuring a high power pro audio grade driver to deliver shocking power from a tiny package.
  • 10 Inch Combo: Featuring a Celestion G10 Vintage drive.
  • 12 Ince Combo: Featuring a Celestion Classic Lead 80
  • Head version
  • Extension Speaker: Featuring a Celestion Classic Lead 80

Road tested with major artists like Vernon Reid, Iration, Justin Moore, Billy Nobel (Tim McGraw), Gary Hooker (Brad Paisley), Gino Matteo, and many others, the all new MicroPro Mach 2 has proven it’s mettle.

The MicroPro Mach 2 comes with a durable ballistic nylon cover.

The MicroPro Mach 2 Series is shipping immediately to our dealers as of this announcement.  

“This amp is not A game changer,” Says company CEO Chris Parks. “this amp is THE game changer. Even the most discerning players are usually left speechless.”


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