Quilter MicroPro Mach 2 12 Inch Combo Guitar Amplifier
The first thing you may notice about the Quilter MicroPro Mach 2 combo amp is that it's very compact, and at 13kg it's easily picked up with one hand - so when we tell you that this small amplifier presents a mammoth sized 300w of power handling, you may be pleasantly surprised.
Designed with the professional player in mind, this combo amp merges the legendary Mach 2 head with Quilter's world class cabinet into one ridiculously high end amp that's equipped and powerful enough for full band rehearsals, constant gigging at medium or large, and the unreal tone produced is worthy of the best studios in the world.
Patented analog technology produces some of the best tones we've ever heard from a combo amp. Recreating the technology included in some of the most sought-after amplification, you'll be able to capture some of the most legendary guitar tones throughout the history of music. From rock, metal, jazz, blues and everything inbetween and beyond, the Quilter Mach 2 is well equipped to handle anything you can throw at it.
A 4-way 'tone-stack' EQ allows the user a diverse array of tonal options and makes this a staggeringly versatile amp. It is also equipped with stunning reverb, 2 gain cotnrols and a lovely trem to add gorgeous textures to your guitar tone.
- Powerful: 100 watts per channel. 200 watts total when using channel 1 and 2.
- Toneful: Patented next generation analog technology.
- Portable: Take it on board the plane and put in the overhead bin.
- Reliable: Stop fussing with 70 year old unreliable technology and play more!
- Ultra-Light: The heavy duty magnet adds a few more pounds, but still far lighter than any serious 12 inch combo you've ever played.
- Modular: Combine this with our matching extension speaker, or use your own for outdoor or extremely loud gigs.
- Flexible: Works with nearly any impedance, or even with the speaker unplugged.
- Consistent: Our power supply auto-adapts regardless of the voltage the wall is dishing out. Your tone never suffers, even from "nightclub voltage."