Quilter Labs Unveils the Aviator Gold Series

The line is available in various head and combo configurations.

Anaheim, CA (March 9, 2015) -- Redefining what can be expected from solid state guitar amplification, the Aviator Gold Series takes a bold step in a direction towards even lighter and more powerful guitar amplification. Capitalizing on Pat Quilter’s revolutionary patented technology, the Aviator Gold series delivers even more. More luscious deep end to the distortion, reduced noise floor, quieter reverb circuit, thicker baffle to reinforce even the lightest neo speakers without vibration.

The Aviator Gold series takes everything you loved about the original Aviator Series to a new level.

Using a modular approach, the guitarist can build a system that is expandable from small gigs all the way to the big stage.

The Aviator Gold Series comes in the following versions:

  • 8 Inch combo: Featuring a high power pro audio grade driver to deliver shocking power from a tiny package.
  • 2x10 Inch open back combo: Featuring dual Celestion G10 Vintage drivers.
  • 1x12 Inch open back combo: Featuring a Celestion Classic Lead 80.
  • Head version.
  • Extension speakers: Featuring Celestion Classic Lead 80 or G10 Vintage drivers

All Aviator Gold amplifiers ship with a durable ballistic nylon cover.

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