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Quilter Pro Block 200 Guitar Amplifier Head with Reverb
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Quilter Pro Block 200 Guitar Amplifier Head with Reverb

200 watts in an enclosure small enough to fit on your pedalboard? It sounds crazy, but that's what you'll get with the Quilter Pro Block 200 guitar amp head.

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Submitted June 15, 2018 by Geo C in Fort Wayne, IN
"Great Amp!"
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This is now the fourth Quilter I own. They're all great sounding, but this has the right combination of features and performance for me. Small format SUPER LOUD Very low noise, even at high gain settings, which indicates the quality components inside and smart engineering for quality first. Love the limiter for controlled clean tones and for protecting speakers Reverb is very lush and versatile yet simple to use Tone controls are very effective once you learn how to work with them I enjoy the looks on people's faces when they HEAR this tiny thing through the tiny 2x8" cab I use. It looks unthreatening and harmless... reminds me of that Monty Python scene... "I tried to warn you.. but Nooo, it's just a little F@$kin bunny you said!" If you're a JAZZer, look no further. This is much more portable yet less expensive than all the boutique amps I've ever used. I use both the two by eight speaker rig AND the HD 1 x 12" HD rig. Both are super light and sound amazing. The 12 inch is very clean, neutral, not "shouty." If you want to ROCK, just power your favorite cab with this little monster! I've used it with Marshal 4 x 12, Celestion 2 x 12, a custom 2 x 10 and a small line array. The Balanced XLR out has a very nice speaker emulation, so you can go direct to-house with no microphone hassles. That has come in handy at venues where we must play at low stage volume, yet management wants to pipe the sound through several rooms of a restaurant. It's also neat on big outdoor gigs. The sound guy usually seems happy because he can't imagine how my guitar would be too loud, and he gets a direct out instead of a mic with bleed. Then the fun begins! Get one. As a session player, I would have KILLED to have something this strong and great sounding traipsing around LA 40 years ago. It's the best little amp I've ever seen. Just incredible.
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Pro session / touring guitar player
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