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Egnater Armageddon 120W Tube Guitar Amp Head
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Armageddon is here and a ruler of tone has emerged, with three channels, 120 crushing watts of power, and built-in ISP noise reduction!.

Plug into the three-channel, 120W Egnater Armageddon guitar amp head and join the new world order! Channel 1 produces full, rich cleans that will calm you between bursts of aggression. Channels 2 and 3 share tone controls like a two-headed beast shares its body. Finesse your tonal mastery using Egnater's signature Tight/Bright voicing switches.

Those venturing into the world of extreme gain know the ISP Decimator is an essential weapon. ISP has teamed up with Egnater, building their Decimator G-String noise reduction right into Armageddon, resulting in a dead-silent amplifier that screams with gain. The master midrange controls allow for fine tuning the precise amount of mid cut or boost.

The independent reverb controls on each channel allow you to dial in just a touch of reverb or soak your tone in it. The included 7-button footswitch gives you control over every amp feature. MIDI IN and THRU connections, as well as external setup switches mean no matter what MIDI setup you're using, Armageddon can integrate into your rig.

Egnater Armageddon 120W Tube Guitar Amp Head Features:

  • 120W all-tube head
    6 -12AX7 preamp tubes
    4 - 6L6 power tubes
    Selectable full/half power switch (120W/60W)
    Three channels
    Channel 1: Volume, gain, 3-band EQ, Tight/Bright voicing switches, High/Low gain switch, ISP Decimator G-String noise reduction with Threshold control
    Channels 2 & 3: Shared 3-band EQ, independent volume/gain controls, Tight/Bright voicing switches, High/Low gain switch, ISP Decimator G-String noise reduction with Threshold control
    Master controls: Presence & Density, midrange sculpting via Depth and Level controls
    Independent reverb controls for each channel with spillover
    Seven-button footswitch included: all three channels, effects loop, Master Midrange, Reverb, and ISP Decimator - effects loop and Master Midrange can be assigned to any of the channels
    Simple bias adjust with external test points
    Balanced XLR cabinet-voiced line/recording output
    Buffered effects loop with Send/Return levels
    MIDI IN and THRU with external setup switches
    100V/117V/230V voltage selector

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  • Awesome amplifier tone

    As reviewed by Ron Siwicki on 7/4/2013

    A Great Rock amplifier for any style of music I love the Egnater Armageddon amp for all the great sounds you can get out of it. It has rich clean sounds and great sounding reverb. If you want high end sparkle without harshness the bright switch is great for that. Channel two gives you a wide range of overdrive sounds and channel three will give you awesome super high gain rip your face off overdrive distortion that thrills. You can preset each channel or footswitch on the fly midrange scoop or boost to gets instant tone change. The ISP noise suppressor is such a pleasure to use to get rid of pick up squeal, hiss and hum that you would get with other amps and it is footswitchable while you are playing. It tracks the guitar signal instead of the noise so it doesn't cut of the tail end of the notes off or affect the tone. This amp just ROARS with amazing TONE !!!!! I got the great clean sound I was looking for and the beautiful reverb. I love the variable master midrange boostor cut to get honk or scoop for tone versatility.The amp sound and features are more than I expected. I've owned the amp for over a year and has worked perfectly with no problems. I t is very well built with good quality parts. The amp looks great and the controls have a solid smooth feel. The weight is right for the amp being not too light and not too heavy. The colors have not faded and it still looks like new. I use it at my gig every Friday and Saturday. I love this amp and its tone and features.

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    As reviewed by Jared William on 4/24/2014

    I bought this head about 9 months ago and don't plan on getting rid of it anytime soon. The built in Reverb and ISP Decimator are SUPERB. This head has great clear sounding cleans, along with 2 additional channels of absolute power. I've used it plenty for recording and couldn't ask for a better tone. Solid buy from what I've gotten out of it, the price is defiantly worth it. The build quality is on point as well. No corners cut on the product.

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  • A Truly Versatile Tube Amp Head

    As reviewed by Matt Grunwald on 8/29/2013

    As of the time of writing this review, I've owned my Armageddon for about 8 months, and have used it extensively. I have only praise for what this thing does, because everything that I have thus far thrown at it has been handled beautifully by this amp. I'll start with the bad part first just to get it out of the way. It's a little pricey, and the built in ISP noise gate isn't enabled on the clean channel. Oh, and its a bit heavy. There, done. Now, on to the good bits. Here's a quick rundown of its features: It has 3 channels, a clean, a crunch, and a heavy distortion channel, of which the clean channel has its own EQ and level knob, and the two overdrive/distortion channels share an EQ (with individual level knobs). Each channel also has additional tone-shaping capabilities through individual on/off toggles: "tight", "bright", and "gain". These allow you to add or remove extra bass, treble/presence, or gain (to an ungodly level) with the flip of a switch. EQ for each channel is straightforward, with bass, mid, and treble knobs. From there, it has a few more interesting and nice features: a master presence knob, a master density knob, as well as a mid-boost (with depth and level knobs) which can be toggled on/off. Finally, one of the coolest parts of this head is the built-in ISP Decimator noise gate. So not only do you get a fantastic amp but you also get one of the best noise gate stomp-boxes available! What a deal! Also, there are channel specific reverb knobs on the back, as well as a series FX loop with send/return levels, switchable load impedance from 4-8-16, and an XLR input for the foot pedal included with the amp. Another nice feature of this whole package is the fact that many of the functions that are on the head itself can be toggled and controlled by the foot pedal; reverb, mid-boost, noise-gate, as well as the usual channel switching. Also included is a nifty-fancy soft cover for travel. Now for the even better bits: how's it sound? In a word, excellent. Just by using the head itself, without FX or additional EQ, you can get anything from jazz, to blues, to ska, to rock, to crushing heaviness, to whatever hippy nonsense you might be into (and I tried it all out too!). It really does do it all, and very well; all the tone shaping this unit is capable of leaves you with a blank canvas that you can dial in whatever tone you want. Quality wise, I'll be frank: this thing is built like a brick-house that's cased in enough lead and concrete to survive a nuclear apocalypse. For example, the DAY AFTER I GOT IT, one of my idiot band-mates stacked it on its side in his car. Guess what happened when he opened the door. Yup. Hit the asphalt. After overcoming the urge to beat him to within an inch of his life, I took it inside, turned it on gingerly, and made sure all was well. 8 months later, its working like nothing even happened in the first place. Looking at the outside of it, the pictures don't do it justice, but even they show how much this head oozes awesome like an over-ripe peach that's sat in the sun for 3 days. Well, rotten peaches don't ooze awesome, but you get the idea. Look at the pictures! Its like a cross between an Engl and a Mesa on the outside. All it needs is a viking beard and you're ready to chop heads! TL;DR: If you have the cash, decent biceps, and a hankering for a sick 120W tube amp head, look no further.

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