Revv Amplification G20 Demo - PG Gear Spotlight

The company's lunchbox-sized amp line expands with a high-gain edition that sports high-tech features.


The Revv G20 brings Revv's boutique Canadian high gain tone to an all tube, 20 watt lunchbox package, with Two notes Torpedo-Embedded reactive loadbox and virtual cabinets built in. Not only does it sound incredible, and feature full MIDI control - you can play it anywhere without a cabinet while getting authentic tube tones straight into headphones, recording interface, powered speakers, or mixing desk. The Revv G20 pairs uncompromising tube tone with digital convenience modern guitarists are looking for - all in a small, affordable package still built in Canada.

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