Quilter Labs Expands Aviator Lineup

Quilter Labs expands their Aviator line with the Aviator Deluxe head.

Costa Mesa, CA (August 8, 2013) -- Redefining what can be expected in a powerful and portable solution, Quilter announces the release of the all new Aviator Deluxe Head. The much anticipated head features a Black Tolex covered cabinet and delivers a whopping 100 watts per channel while weighing in at a mere 9 pounds. The Aviator family of product already has taken over the stage with multiple world renowned acts favoring them for their light weight, incredible consistency, powerful presence, and near perfect reliability record. Currently on tour with Gym Class Heroes, The Calling, Anarbor, The Hush Sound, Jake Owen’s band, (Ric Hall) of the Buddy Guy band, Jerry Becker of Train, and Jeramiah Red, as well as legendary blues acts such as the Nikki Hill band, James Harman, Tom Holland, Keith Wyatt of the Blasters, Dave Herrero, Nathan James, and Michael Tash of the Bad Influence band, the Aviator is a road proven powerhouse as revered for its tone as it is for its reliability and amazing power.

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