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Quilter Micro Pro 200 Mach 2 12 200W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amplifier
- Micro Pro 200 Mach 2 12 200W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amplifier
- The Quilter 12-inch Mach 2 combo is the ultimate amp when you need serious power in a small package
- With a throatier voice and more presence, the Celestion Classic Lead 80 lives up to its name
- The sealed enclosure is calibrated to deliver a very balanced and beautiful tone, combined with the powerful and up-front characteristics of the speaker—it's perfect for the player who plays lead, rock, blues or anyone wanting serious power
- Celestion Classic Lead 80 speaker Great for electric instruments, the 12 inch combo packs a serious punch for players who love the sound of a 12 inch speaker, and want something powerful enough to handle a full band but portable enough to go anywhere
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Micro Pro 200 Mach 2 12 200W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amplifier. The Quilter 12-inch Mach 2 combo is the ultimate amp when you need serious power in a small package. With a throatier voice and more presence, the Celestion Classic Lead 80 lives up to its name. The sealed enclosure is calibrated to deliver a very balanced and beautiful tone, combined with the powerful and up-front characteristics of the speaker—it's perfect for the player who plays lead, rock, blues or anyone wanting serious power. Celestion Classic Lead 80 speaker Great for electric instruments, the 12 inch combo packs a serious punch for players who love the sound of a 12 inch speaker, and want something powerful enough to handle a full band but portable enough to go anywhere. Combine this with a matching 12 inch extension cabinet for staggering power that will easily handle outdoor gigs without a PA system. Weighing in at 27 pounds, it is easy to carry and small enough to go anywhere.
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As you see I love tubes, (Old tubes), usually driven by a tube screamer and a RAT fuzz, wa, chorus, analog delay.
Just received a used mach 2 with the Celestion 80 and the 6 switch foot pedal. 1st impressions from looking it over, then playing it at a medium level in the living room (I'm fully aware bedroom and living room experience doesn't always relate to a gig worthy experience but I have my clues), using the HSS guitar, and no stomp boxes. I found the controls very intuitive and quickly dialed in adequate to very good separate clean channel, dirty rhythm, and tube screamer like "cream" over drive for the boost. First impressions, very satisfied with all 3 modes. Now to the vibrato: Good, I couldn't fault it compared to my memory of the deluxe (my favorite vibrato). Note : I haven't ABed to my other amps so simply going by my very fussy tastes. Digital reverb: Very good! In my opinion as good or better than spring reverb, with 3 instead of one control. Now the limiter: Since I only recently accepted a compressor in my pedal board for clean lead boosts I haven't developed an ear for good compression. But from the 5 minutes I played with the limiter I didn't find it helpful for my crunch rhythm or distorted lead tone (I already felt enough natural compression from the distortion), but I do believe the limiter will fill bill for smoothing out my clean leads and finger picking.
Overall 1st impressions: Very easy to find my sounds! And in my experience from past failed experiences with new gear that didn't cut it,if I have to tweak and tweak the settings to just get to an acceptable level, I'll never get it to a satisfying experience. I'm a techie so it's not from intimidation, it's the fact if it's mediocre to start it's at best barely adequate in the end. My 76 Deluxe : Adjust volume, bass, treble. Done! Rock out and enjoy the lovelyness.
VS My experience with a all tube VHT Pit Bull, line 6 pod, Vox digital modeler pedal, 82 Fender Concert Rivera designed 2 channel amp, (all of which I owned), plus many trials of equipment in the music stores. Tweak tweak tweak all you want, if it's not there, and you know you understand it,it's NOT there!
I'll try to come back to this review once I get a chance to do a jam session or gig with it. But 1st impressions? I really like it! And the old tube vs solid state argument (and yes I'm a major contributor to the all tube hype), this amp truly sounds better than many many models of all tube amps. Better than all of them? I doubt it, But at $1000 list plus all the built in effects, 100 to 200 watts of power, at only 27 lbs (21 lbs with neo HD speaker) I'm certain it's at the top if not on top of the heap for bang for the buck. It could be the best overall guitar amp for all styles except for maybe metal (but even for metal the only addition might be one favorite fuzzy stomp box).
So far the only thing I'd nick it for is a little more white noise hiss from the power amp section than some studios would approve of. I believe my tube amps may be quieter, but they have just been refreshed by my favorite tech. Tubes can be very hissy. I'll probably ask quilter about it if it is a bother. So far I've read their customer service is excellent. And the one question I phoned to them they got back to me in 20 minutes. Yes! They actually called me back! Not a text or "please use the chat line", they called! Lol.