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AMT Electronics SS-11 3-Channel Dual Tube Guitar Preamp (SS-11B)
AMT Electronics SS-11 3-Channel Dual Tube Guitar Preamp
  • New: $399.95
  • Blemished: $351.96
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II R2 (LASII-R2)
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II R2
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II P2 (LASII-P2)
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II P2
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II S2 (LASII-S2)
AMT Electronics Legend Amp Series II S2
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"Since 2001, AMT Electronics has been dedicated to providing guitarists and bassists with cutting-edge effects and innovative power amplifiers. Today, the AMT name can be found on stages and in recording studios all over the world, thanks to the impressive range of unique tones that their pedals and preamps are capable of delivering. In this day and age, it's pretty common to go to a show and find a band with huge pedal boards that are covered in various stompboxes. But it's easy to understand why when you consider how far technology has come, and a large amount of credit can be given to groundbreaking companies like AMT Electronics. Exceptionally crafted and built to last through countless practices and performances, AMT Electronics offers an extensive line of cool effects and preamps to help you expand the possibilities of your performances. For example, if you're searching for that classic tube-driven oversaturated guitar sound, then check out the AMT SS-11 3-Channel Dual Tube Guitar Preamp. Boasting three separate channels in one compact-sized unit, this killer preamp allows you to go from smooth cleans to vicious leads in the blink of an eye. Or, try the Legend Amps Series M1 Distortion guitar effects pedal. By re-creating the gain of the JCM-800, this preamp gives you pure British rock style at your feet. As mentioned, AMT also constructs bass effects, and the BC-1 Bass Crunch preamp gives you 2 modes of tube-like overdrive, as well as deep EQ editing. On the clean channel, you can achieve a classic bass guitar sound that's similar to '60's amplifiers, while the drive channel offers a number of over amplification stages that are intended for obtaining a more modern bass tone. "