PREAMP CHANNELS 3 MIDI Programmable Channels CH. 1: Classic Solid State Clean CH. 2: Classic Solid State Overdrive CH. 3: Modern Tube Overdrive 3 x Ruby 12AX7AC5HG EQ CONTROLS Bass • Middle • Treble • Sustain Boost • Attack Switch MASTER CONTROLS Volume • Presence • Density POWER AMP “Valve Dynamic™ Tube/Mosfet Single Tube • 12AT7 POWER OUTPUT 480 Watts @ 2 O 400 Watts @ 4 O 280 Watts @ 8 O FEATURES Midi In/Thru Assignable 6 Band Graphic EQ Assignable Series or Parallel EFX Loop Slave Output with Level “Mic Eliminator” XLR Output World Voltage Selector RF5V2 MIDI Footswitch Included All Black Chrome Cosmetics Product Website



PREAMP CHANNELS
3 MIDI Programmable Channels
CH. 1: Classic Solid State Clean
CH. 2: Classic Solid State Overdrive
CH. 3: Modern Tube Overdrive
3 x Ruby 12AX7AC5HG
EQ CONTROLS
Bass • Middle • Treble • Sustain Boost • Attack Switch
MASTER CONTROLS
Volume • Presence • Density
POWER AMP
“Valve Dynamic™ Tube/Mosfet
Single Tube • 12AT7
POWER OUTPUT
480 Watts @ 2 O
400 Watts @ 4 O
280 Watts @ 8 O
FEATURES
Midi In/Thru
Assignable 6 Band Graphic EQ
Assignable Series or Parallel EFX Loop
Slave Output with Level
“Mic Eliminator” XLR Output
World Voltage Selector
RF5V2 MIDI Footswitch Included
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