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Killer Queen

R$6.990,00

R$6.990,00

Replica do Marshall Leadbass dos 60’s 100watts _ el34’s na veia!

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Meet KILLER QUEEN, our version of the legendary 100-watt Marshall 1959 SLP Super Bass, the amp chosen by legends such as Frank Zappa (hence the name Overnite Sensation), Jimi Hendrix, Jimi Page, Van Halen, Angus Young, Pete Townsend and many others. . .

Created in the early 1960s, the 1959 Marshall Superbass was one of the first two-channel amplifiers.

We are talking about two ECC83s valves at the preamplifier stage and one ecc83 combined with four EL34s at the power stage.

Together they are capable of delivering 100 watts of power.

In terms of controls, you have Presence, a standard EQ _ Bass, Mid and Treble_ and a Volume for each channel.

By the way, there are two pairs of Imputs (low and high) to which you will connect your guitar.

Performance

The first thing you notice when connecting your guitar to our KILLER QUEEN is the volume intensity of this amp.

The range of tones found in KILLER QUEEN is very wide, but this range of tones does not reduce its quality at all.

Turn the volume up to 10 and make him sing.

Our perfect replica of the Marshall Super Bass 100, KILLER QUEEN offers both gain and tone.

Light up the channels, so you get the clarity and gain of the first channel and reinforce it with the heat of the second channel.

Valves:

4 JJ EL34 valves and 3 12AX7 pre-ampere valves that make this class A / B amplifier unique.

1966-1981 100 watt Super Bass (1992 MKI)
A / B All Tube Amplifier
Output: ~ 100 Watts
Circuit / Model: 1959 and 1992

Fixed bias with an adjustable bias potentiometer.

Rock’n Roll Classic!

Meet KILLER QUEEN, our version of the legendary 100-watt Marshall 1959 SLP Super Bass, the amp chosen by legends such as Frank Zappa (hence the name Overnite Sensation), Jimi Hendrix, Jimi Page, Van Halen, Angus Young, Pete Townsend and many others. . .

Created in the early 1960s, the 1959 Marshall Superbass was one of the first two-channel amplifiers.

We are talking about two ECC83s valves at the preamplifier stage and one ecc83 combined with four EL34s at the power stage.

Together they are capable of delivering 100 watts of power.

In terms of controls, you have Presence, a standard EQ _ Bass, Mid and Treble_ and a Volume for each channel.

By the way, there are two pairs of Imputs (low and high) to which you will connect your guitar.

Performance

The first thing you notice when connecting your guitar to our KILLER QUEEN is the volume intensity of this amp.

The range of tones found in KILLER QUEEN is very wide, but this range of tones does not reduce its quality at all.

Turn the volume up to 10 and make him sing.

Our perfect replica of the Marshall Super Bass 100, KILLER QUEEN offers both gain and tone.

Light up the channels, so you get the clarity and gain of the first channel and reinforce it with the heat of the second channel.

Valves:

4 JJ EL34 valves and 3 12AX7 pre-ampere valves that make this class A / B amplifier unique.

1966-1981 100 watt Super Bass (1992 MKI)
A / B All Tube Amplifier
Output: ~ 100 Watts
Circuit / Model: 1959 and 1992

Fixed bias with an adjustable bias potentiometer.

Rock’n Roll Classic!

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Peso 25 kg
Dimensões 73 × 24 × 30 cm
Cor

Azul, Branco, Cinza, Creme, Laranja, Marrom, Preto, Roxo, Verde, Vermelho

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