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Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp

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The Egnater Rebel-30 112 Tube Combo Amp offers 30W of all-tube sonic power from 2-channels. The Rebel-30 amp features Egnater's unique TUBE MIX knob, giving you access to an incredible variety of tones, from American to British and all points in between. Channel 1 delivers rich cleans with controls for volume, treble and bass. Channel 2 dishes out powerful, touch-responsive overdrive with treble, middle and bass EQ, as well as a wide-range gain knob that takes you from growl to scream. Both channels feature Egnater's signature BRIGHT and TIGHT switches and each channel has its own WATTS knob so you can access both low-wattage crunch and serious clean headroom, or any combination you choose.

The Egnater Rebel-30 tube amp's specially designed and easily accessible back panel holds more welcome surprises such as independent reverb controls for each channel and a tone-preserving series effects loop. A speaker-emulated line out lets you go directly to the board live or in the studio. Set the standby switch to Silent Record for great direct-recorded tones that spare both your ears and your neighbors'. The Egnater Rebel-30 amp's easy-access chassis makes swapping tubes quick and painless. Egnater includes a dual-function footswitch with the Rebel-30 112 30W Tube Combo Amp for channel selection and reverb on/off.


FEATURES

  • 30-Watt All-Tube 1 x 12" Combo
  • Variable Wattage Control From 1w to 30w On Each Channel
  • Tube Mix Blends 6V6 and EL84 Power Tubes
  • Clean Channel: Volume, Bass, Treble
  • Overdrive Channel: Volume, Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble
  • Tight and Bright Voicing Switches On Each Channel
  • Individual Reverb Level for Each Channel with "Spillover"
  • Footswitch for Channel Select and Reverb On/Off
  • Buffered Effects Loop
  • Balanced XLR / ΒΌ" Cabinet Voiced Line / Recording Output
  • Speaker Mute Mode for Silent Recording
  • Egnater Elite-80 Speaker by Celestion
  • 100V / 115V / 230V Voltage Selector
  • Heavy Duty Cover Included
SPECIFICATIONS
  • REBEL-30 TUBES:
  • 5 x 12AX7
  • 2 x 6V6
  • 2 x EL8
  • Dimensions: 19"(L) x 13" (W) x 15" (H)
  • Weight: 40 lbs
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EgnaterRebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp
 
4.0

(based on 26 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

This is perfection!!!!

I traded my marshall jcm2000 tsl 602 combo for an egnater rebel 30. All I can say is that it was well worth the trade. I've been playing for 20 years, currently playing...Read complete review

I traded my marshall jcm2000 tsl 602 combo for an egnater rebel 30. All I can say is that it was well worth the trade. I've been playing for 20 years, currently playing a modded hwy1 tele w/ dimarzio chopper t and area t pups. I play motown, funk, classic rock, blues, metal, and some jazz. This is the amp for me, this is the tone that I've been chasing for 12 years or so.... The Rebel 30 is so versatile - it gives me the best of three worlds - VOX, Fender, and Marshall tones by virtue of having EL 84 and 6v6 power tubes and 4 12ax7 pre amp tubes. However it's TONE blows the above amp makers out of the water. It is very musical and responsive. It is small and portable but very capable of getting LOUD!!! This beats having a two (or more) amp setup with a/b boxes. This thing is an engineering marvel!!! I've gotten tones ranging from fat yet brilliant jazz/motown clean tones, accoustic-like compressed clean tones, Ritchie Kotzen's clean and OD tones (i.e. motherhead's family reunion), classic rock crunch (Free, Zepellin, Boston), high gain metal distortion (if the wattage is set low and gain set high on OD channel), Linconln Brewster's OD tone, Blues Saraceno's fat and tight lead tone, Hendrix's clean and fuzz tones (tube mix set more towards 6v6), and I can go on all day.... = ) Best of all, it's very responsive to my tele's volume pot. i can control the amount of gain in the od channel using my guitar's volume pot - especially when using the neck pickup. This amp is well worth the money. After 12 years of searching, I have finally found the perfect amp - great tone, versatile, portable, and built like a tank. Bruce Egnater - you are a good man. Thanks for this amp. I'm happy to be part of your family - your family rocks!!!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great sound, but...

First off, I will say I loved the sound of the gain channel. I liked the clean channel, however if you crawl the web you will find those who speak of a persistent...Read complete review

First off, I will say I loved the sound of the gain channel. I liked the clean channel, however if you crawl the web you will find those who speak of a persistent hiss. And it's there, on all of them. Even with the volume on both your guitar and the amp turned down. It's evidently that way be design. For those who say it's just tube amps, I have a Mesa Express and a Carvin X100 that don't do this. I think this wouldn't have been an issue if there had been variable gain on both channels, and the response I got when I inquired about this seems to confirm it. It sounds like if you turn the gain all the way up and the master low on the gain channel. Not earth shattering, but if you are playing quiet it's annoying. I really wanted to like this amp. But I went through 3 of them in a little over a month, and it wasn't just bad tubes except for the first one. With the second two, I swapped out both preamp and power tubes with no resolution. So at that stage I was looking at either swapping it out or service. However there is no service center here in town so you are down to shipping it out. So before you take the plunge you may want to check on service availability. Aside from that, there are other issues. Two of the ones I had rattled uncontrollably after a while and I had to go through adjusting things like the amp handles and the preamp tube covers to quiet it down. In addition, if you use the direct out, all the models made until recently evidently have a resistor missing that will cause it to stop working after a certain point. So again, check for availability of a service tech. Or make sure there is an exchange policy so if it goes belly up in a week you can swap it. I don't often recommend purchase/performance plans, but if you are buying this amp I would go for this to be on the safe side. Support-wise, I guess they are OK - not exemplary like some of the kudos suggest. My experience is that if it isn't something they can fix by sending you some tubes then you should adjust your expectations accordingly. In terms of actual service rendered I'm not sure the results were always there. But they WERE nice enough and they did appear to try at least fifty percent of the time. So if effort counts more than results I guess you could give them a pass. They are probably better than Line 6. All in all, a marginal thumbs down on this amp from me. Again, not on overall sound (because I loved that, even the hissy clean channel), but I'm not convinced that in terms of quality/QA they are any better than buying a Behringer. I swapped it for a Mesa Express 5/25 and no regrets. It's more expensive and a little harder to dial in my sound, but it is a better constructed and more tonally flexible amp so in the end it was worth it.

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(27 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is perfection!!!!

By guitarman

from Troy, MI

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I traded my marshall jcm2000 tsl 602 combo for an egnater rebel 30. All I can say is that it was well worth the trade. I've been playing for 20 years, currently playing a modded hwy1 tele w/ dimarzio chopper t and area t pups. I play motown, funk, classic rock, blues, metal, and some jazz. This is the amp for me, this is the tone that I've been chasing for 12 years or so.... The Rebel 30 is so versatile - it gives me the best of three worlds - VOX, Fender, and Marshall tones by virtue of having EL 84 and 6v6 power tubes and 4 12ax7 pre amp tubes. However it's TONE blows the above amp makers out of the water. It is very musical and responsive. It is small and portable but very capable of getting LOUD!!! This beats having a two (or more) amp setup with a/b boxes. This thing is an engineering marvel!!! I've gotten tones ranging from fat yet brilliant jazz/motown clean tones, accoustic-like compressed clean tones, Ritchie Kotzen's clean and OD tones (i.e. motherhead's family reunion), classic rock crunch (Free, Zepellin, Boston), high gain metal distortion (if the wattage is set low and gain set high on OD channel), Linconln Brewster's OD tone, Blues Saraceno's fat and tight lead tone, Hendrix's clean and fuzz tones (tube mix set more towards 6v6), and I can go on all day.... = ) Best of all, it's very responsive to my tele's volume pot. i can control the amount of gain in the od channel using my guitar's volume pot - especially when using the neck pickup. This amp is well worth the money. After 12 years of searching, I have finally found the perfect amp - great tone, versatile, portable, and built like a tank. Bruce Egnater - you are a good man. Thanks for this amp. I'm happy to be part of your family - your family rocks!!!

(19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp, Great Tone - Terriffic!

By Rob C.

from Hamburg, NJ

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

The Egnater Rebel 30 1x12 combo is a feature packed little amp. I ordered mine from GC online. They were offer a super discount so I figured I'd take one for the team and boy I'm glad I did. The amp is 30 watts, 2 channels, effects loop, built-in reverb (independent adjustment for each channel) Vol, Treb, Bas, Tight & Brite switch on Channel 1 (I wish Channel 1 had a Mid), Treb, Vol, Bas, Mid, Grain, Tight & Brite on Channel 2, 1 watt to 30 watt knob for each channel, XLR out with Silent Mode Switch (All Amps should have this feature), foot switch, cover, made in China. The amp is terrific. The clean channel is crystal clear. I�ۡ���ve played it with humbuckers, coil tap, single coil and even an acoustic. Very very nice. The dirty channel has more gain than most of us will need. This will easily play heavy crunch to 80�ۡ���s metal without any problems. The effects loop is great. I run a Digitech RP1000 though the loop with a switch set to bypass the internal RP1000�ۡ���s amp�ۡ���s. It�ۡ���s like having a third channel. Together with the RP1000�ۡ���s this is a great package. The Amp is silent on the clean channel and just a slight buzz on the dirty. The reverb is easily trimable by can get overdone in a hurry. The tube mix feature is nice but it is very subtle. Also this am only puts out 30 watts if the tube mix knob is at 12 noon, otherwise it�ۡ���s only 20 watts. Don�ۡ���t get me wrong this amp is loud if you want it to be. The amp can be adjusted from 1 watt to 30 watts. In using this feature it really designates the headroom each channel has rather then directly effecting the volume. On channel 2 you can use 1 watt and get the tube to load a little sooner so �ۡ��̏ bedroom metal�ۡ�ݕ�_ can be obtained. The best feature of the amp is the XLR out with the Silent play button. I run this into an Alesis USB mixer and it allows me to turning off the internal speaker and really crank the Amp to great a solid distorted tone on Channel 2 while maintaining an output level that keeps my neighbors from calling the cops. The XLR also works when the amp is in play mode, perfect for larger venues. Overall I love the tone and flexibility of this amp. I can�ۡ���t wait to get an extension cabinet for it. Well done Bruce, well done!

(16 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Impressive Amp!

By Mark Scala

from NJ

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I had been looking for a small combo/club amp for gigging where space was tight and I couldn't bring my bigger amp rig. Went to the NY Amp Show in May to see what was new and of ALL the things at the show, the Egnater Rebel 30 1 x 12 was a standout! Great full tone. Not "boxy" as other similarly powered smaller amps are. Cleans are very good with good touch sensitivity. Tends to break up a bit when you dig in hard, but otherwise ample headroom. The overdrive and full on distortion are amazing for an amp this size. Rich harmonic character and great feel. I couldn't pull myself away from playing the amp. This amp has plenty of horse power! The independent reverb functions nicely, though digital. Sounded amazing with extension cabs. At one point I had 3 additional 1 x 12s hooked up for a great "mini" wall of sound. Amazing that Egnater found a way to engineer the chassis to fit everything inside a cabinet the same dimensions as the 1 x 12 ext. Highly recommended!

(11 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing!

By Jared Ison

from Lexington, KY

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Okay, I am an assistant manager at the Guitar Center in Lexington KY, and all I can say is AMAZING. The versatility of this amp is outrageous. I am a huge fan of Egnater products. I myself own a Tourmaster 2x12 and a Rebel 20. I love the size of the Rebel and the versatility of the tourmaster. With the rebel 30, you get the best of both worlds. What other combo amp of this size has a blend knob to switch from EL84's and 6V6's? The reverb on both channels is a fantastic idea as well. Great amp. I would recomend it to anyone. Even if your playing slightly larger places, you can put an SM57 on it and just mic it. I will definately be picking one of these up soon!

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Simply outstanding!

By DDR

from Tucson, AZ

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

This is an outstanding amp! I have a Mesa Boogie Road King II deal and a *very* heavy 2x12 cabinet that I use for gigs, but I was looking for something smaller that would sound "full" and have great tube distortion and solid low end, but be in a portable package that wouldn't require 2 trips to lug around. I compared to many amps (Boogie Express series, even the pricey Boogie Mark V and Orange), but this had the most gain, compression *and* a great clean sound. Now I can go from car to practice in 1 trip instead of 3! The true testament for this amp is that I stayed up late playing it for 4 hours after I got home from Guitar Center last night! If you're looking for a *great* overall amp, including one that really has serious gain, but that can clean up, I *highly* recommend it!

(11 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Great sound, but...

By Greg

from Cincinnati, OH

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

First off, I will say I loved the sound of the gain channel. I liked the clean channel, however if you crawl the web you will find those who speak of a persistent hiss. And it's there, on all of them. Even with the volume on both your guitar and the amp turned down. It's evidently that way be design. For those who say it's just tube amps, I have a Mesa Express and a Carvin X100 that don't do this. I think this wouldn't have been an issue if there had been variable gain on both channels, and the response I got when I inquired about this seems to confirm it. It sounds like if you turn the gain all the way up and the master low on the gain channel. Not earth shattering, but if you are playing quiet it's annoying. I really wanted to like this amp. But I went through 3 of them in a little over a month, and it wasn't just bad tubes except for the first one. With the second two, I swapped out both preamp and power tubes with no resolution. So at that stage I was looking at either swapping it out or service. However there is no service center here in town so you are down to shipping it out. So before you take the plunge you may want to check on service availability. Aside from that, there are other issues. Two of the ones I had rattled uncontrollably after a while and I had to go through adjusting things like the amp handles and the preamp tube covers to quiet it down. In addition, if you use the direct out, all the models made until recently evidently have a resistor missing that will cause it to stop working after a certain point. So again, check for availability of a service tech. Or make sure there is an exchange policy so if it goes belly up in a week you can swap it. I don't often recommend purchase/performance plans, but if you are buying this amp I would go for this to be on the safe side. Support-wise, I guess they are OK - not exemplary like some of the kudos suggest. My experience is that if it isn't something they can fix by sending you some tubes then you should adjust your expectations accordingly. In terms of actual service rendered I'm not sure the results were always there. But they WERE nice enough and they did appear to try at least fifty percent of the time. So if effort counts more than results I guess you could give them a pass. They are probably better than Line 6. All in all, a marginal thumbs down on this amp from me. Again, not on overall sound (because I loved that, even the hissy clean channel), but I'm not convinced that in terms of quality/QA they are any better than buying a Behringer. I swapped it for a Mesa Express 5/25 and no regrets. It's more expensive and a little harder to dial in my sound, but it is a better constructed and more tonally flexible amp so in the end it was worth it.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Be Careful!

By Jeff

from Nashville, TN

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

On the advice of a trusted friend I purchased this amp sight unseen - a first for me. The first thing I noticed, of course, was the amazing tone. It really is a beautiful thing. Plus the flexibility, such as separate clean and drive channels, power adjust on each channel, bright and tight filters, etc. Just a wonderful sounding and well thought out amp. Here's the bad part. I had to go through 6 amps before I found one that was not defective in some way. That's right - SIX! I won't go through all the various problems but most were quality control issues. Also, sadly Egnater was not responsive on any emails I sent concerning the problems. Bottom line - If you're willing to work at it and find one that works properly, the tone just can't be beat. I surely wouldn't have gone through a month long search if not for that little fact. By the way - Guitar Center was fantastic. They did everything in their power to help me out. Egnater, not so much.

(6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Egnater Rebel-30 was well worth the wait!!!

By John McKown

from Westerville, Oh

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

This amp, was the first amp, that I have ever purchased in 35 years that I didn't play through it first. The whole idea of having those particular tube configs was proof that somebody was listening to us as guitarists and was irresistible to my wallet. The Rebel 30 112 oozes that rich hot glass tone @ an affordable price. Tube mix, separate reverb pots, watts control, bright & tight, sturdy foot controller, bright L.E.D.'s, padded embroidered cover.... my head is reeling high serotonin levels. I forgot silent record out. It's too much but I love it. Oh, my 87 year old Mom surprised me with the extension cab for my B-Day!!! Bruce Egnator and Co. is a class act and am proud to be a part of their family.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

How many amps is this?

By Justin

from Austin, TX

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

First and foremost, this amp truly sounds wonderful. Both channels are capable of a variety of tones, in fact the hardest part is settling for just one. I will admit that its diminutive size was a little bit of a concern because 1) it's not as cool as a huge amp behind you and 2) I really didn't think the bass response would be there. I was completely wrong. This amp is loud, portable and full of tone. Plus, it's has a really nice sounding reverb. The wattage knobs are great to dial in the right amount of squash, but it's loud no matter where you put it. The tube mix works better at higher volumes, but does change the tone slightly. As far as hissing concerns, mine is really quiet. The only time it hisses is when my strat is really close to it - under two feet. Other than that, it's pretty quiet. The cleans are unbelievable for blues to country. The dirt is perfect between 1 to 3 o'clock and it cleans up nicely when you roll of the volume. This amp really sounds great: terrific cleans and crushing crunch. It truly inspires you to play more. In the quest for truly good tone, this amp is the perfect tool.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

TONE, TONE, TONE, AND MORE TONE!!!!!

By Ian L

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Nothing in this price range can touch this amp. Im a strat guy and I love fenders clean sound and Marshalls crunch. This amp gives you both and more. Turn the watt control anywhere you want 1 to 30 even at low volumes you can get amazing tube saturation. Then blend the EL84's with the 6V6's for even more tone settings. To get tone this good you have to crank your old amp to deafing levels. This amp is amazing. Two big thumbs up to the Egnater folks for designing this amp, this thing was made for me. Go to guitar center and try this amp you will not be sorry. I may even buy a second one and trade in my other amps.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Awesome Tone.....But!

By Tom

from Rockport, Maine

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

First the good. Tone is amazing and you can really dial into a wide variety of styles. Probably the best amp I've heard in 20 years of playing. It has all the options you need in an amp with plenty of punch. Now the bad. After one week of playing on it, channel 2 started to cut out while playing. I needed to power off and back on to get the sound back. Also, the metal handle brackets got loose and vibrated....really annoying! So I exchanged it with no questions asked (thx GC). Got my second one a week ago and this one really has an annoying hiss on the clean channel that seems to get worse as I play ( guitar straight into the amp...no effects). I will be returning the amp tomorrow for a refund. After doing months of research on this amp, I am disappointed on the outcome. I really wanted this to be my last amp, but I just can't rely on it for the long haul.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Best There Is

By Jerry Von Friend

from Fairborn, Ohio

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

This is a top quality all tube amp. The truest to a vintage tone there is. You can select from 1 to 30 watts making this very flexible for any live/home situation and also allows for MAJOR all tube gain situations at a (somewhat) low volume level. The tube select dial is killer as well. You can choose from either all EL84's or 6V6's OR any combination of both - TONE CITY!!! The wattage is adjustable for both channels and the tube mix dial is overall. Channel 1 can be warm, clean and overdriven as well but the real deal is channel 2 where you can get clean, dirty and a sweet, screaming overdrive I've never been able to get from any other tube amp before. The only thing I've added to my chain is the Boss Super Overdrive - not because I need it for gain but it allows me to have a warm, super clean channel (Ch.1), a fat "low" overdrive (Ch.2), and a high drive lead (Ch.2 w/the Boss SD-1). 3 monster tones out of one little box. That's the Egnater Rebel-30 112....

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Unreliable product?

By M. Lee

from Salt Lake City, UT

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I've had my Rebel 30 amp for a little over a year now and the newness has passed. I was initially smitten by the features, sound, and look of the amp. It is a heavy beast. It used to sound great. However, I've had recurrent problems w/ the sound cutting out on Ch 2 over the last 8 months. The problem comes and goes then eventually no sound causing me to have to get it repaired. I can accept this happening once due to some glitch in a part but recurretly? In my mind, problems that happen more than once point to a design or electronic problem that makes the same part fail over and over. Too bad, otherwise great amp, but it doesn't help me much if it doesn't produce sound!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Stop chasing tone!!!!

By Steve

from Midwest

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I've been chasing tube tones the last 5 years and this is it. What I've been looking for. I would have never known until someone recommended that I try the Rebel 30 and it blew me away. Great sparkly cleans, classic 60's break up, classic 80'a rock crunch and even touches into the metal on full gain. This amp is as light as most heads alone. The PCB board is solid construction with quality, oversized electrical components. The Peavey Classic and Valveking series are no match for this quality. This amp makes your pedals shine and has the ability to silent record right into your mixer or preamp from the XLR out jack. And don't be fooled by the size, this thing can throw some huge volume. Go give one a try, there's nothing better in this price range.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Cool Amp

By Bob

from New Lenox, Ill

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Went to Guitar Center with my nephew to pretty much buy the Marshall Haze 40. I liked the Marshall but I had done some research on Egnater. We turned the Rebel 30 on and "wow" what a difference in sound. Cleaner, clearer and the distorted channel 2 sounded awesome. This is my first tube amp so I was worried if an amp this size would be loud enough. Don't worry-this baby cranks. The drummer I jam with told me I needed to turn it down. Cool features to play with. Get one.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Potentially Beautiful Sound...but beware of quality control problems

By Matthew Bovee

from Essex, VT

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Like others I bought the amp because of it's amazing sound and many options for customizing. Sadly, the amp I got had several of the quality control production defects mentioned by others: Channel 2 cutout, end cap on the lift strap not properly affixed. Also, the "Bright" switch on Channel one causes a loud pop or double pop every time it's turned on or off (none of the other switches do). Add to that difficulties raising someone at Egnater to help me and slow response once I did, and I'm a month into owning the amp and I've only used it to ID problems that came with it. If I don't get some joy from Egnater ASAP it's going back to Guitar Center. The amp line sounds so good I'll risk an exchange in hopes of getting one that works properly. If you have the time to fool around doing this sort of time-wasting to get a product that works, the tone of the amp is certainly good.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Cuts Like a Knife

By Allen Jones (ONE BRICK SHY)

from Altoona, PA

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

We did our 1st gig saturday with this amp. I can not believe how well it cuts thru even with a large crowed. I kept it at 15 watts and all I can say is my 1/2 stack is now retired. you will love this amp. PS you can get rid of all those pedals too. just a lead boost is all I used all night. Great Tones, Great Cleans, Great Crunch, Great amp!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great tone, compact, and versatile, perfect gigging amp!

By Jim

from Phoenix, Arizona

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I bought this amp about 1 month ago and have used it consistently for a weekly church gig, an oldies band, and various rehearsals. The key things that sold me on this amp were the rich tone and compact size. When I first started shopping around for a tube amp the Egnater Rebel series kept popping up with various users who were very happy with them. I was looking for a lower wattage tube amp that was easy to carry around, and offered some flexibility on the tones. I finally "test drove" the Rebel 30 myself and ended up playing through it for almost an hour and a half at the GC demo room. They nearly had to pull me away from it with a cattle prod :-) I really like the variable wattage control and tube mix feature for finding just the right amount of grit and compression from the power tubes. I use this a lot in the clean channel expecially. This allows you to get some really great tones for rock-a-billy, blues, country, surf, etc. The amp is very touch-sensitive overall, which makes it really fun to play with a guitar that can bring out that side of it. Strats and P-90 equipped guitars just come alive through this thing. 335's also sound very sweet with this. I bought the 1x12 extension with it and it really helps to make the amp sound bigger. I use the combo alone for quieter gigs (church, etc), and add the 1x12 extension when I need more volume or need to fill up a larger room. So far, it's been a very reliable amp. I'm having a lot of fun with it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

the search is OVER!

By Dave Caiola

from Fairport, NY

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

I've been playing for 30 years and finally found an amp that I can just plug into and sound amazing. I still have a Marshall JVM 205 but as we all know its always going to sound like a Marshall, thats great but its limiting. The Rebel 30 is so versatile and the adjustments, brite, tight, tube selector and wattage make subtle variations in the tone not extreme changes like other amps. I traded in my Marshall Haze 40 combo for this and my only regret is I should have done it long ago. I play both a Strat and a Les Paul and they each sound like the amp was made for them. the sustain sings and with the wattage dialed back the compression has a sponginess to the sound and feel its like nothing else Ive ever played. The gain is more than anyone but a Metal head will need. Its sound ideal for me at about 2 'o'clock. It cleans up great if you roll the volume back on the guitar..... I use the built in reverb and maybe a little delay thats it. The amp sounds too good on its own you wont even want to add any other sound altering pedals. Cant imagine anyone who buys this amp wouldnt be thrilled unless like I said earlier your "sleaves" are made of ink, you have more than a dozen pearcings, you only play in drop "D" tuning and all your songs have the word "death" in them..................otherwise go get one!

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2.0

Nice tone if it works

By nicholas didkovsky

from New York, NY

Comments about Egnater Rebel-30 112 1x12 30W Tube Combo Guitar Amp:

Gave up on the Rebel 30 after returning my third one. Guitar Center was very gracious about the returns. Egnater got involved as well, which I appreciated. First one made loud intermittent explosive pops. Second one was completely distorted. Third one was buzzy and hissy. Disappointed!

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