The Hughes and Kettner Triamp MK II Tube Guitar Amp Head offers tight, punchy output produced by 4 - EL34 tubes that feed 3 dual-channel modes. Amp 1 gives you vintage California clean, Amp 2 cranks o... Read More
The Hughes and Kettner Triamp MK II Tube Guitar Amp Head offers tight, punchy output produced by 4 - EL34 tubes that feed 3 dual-channel modes. Amp 1 gives you vintage California clean, Amp 2 cranks out classic rock tones, and Amp 3 delivers tons of high gain and overtones. They're all switchable with the included stageboard. With 100W output and a switchable parallel/serial effects loop that's MIDI controllable, theHughes & Kettner MK II is a totally pro tone amp head that gives you an incredible range of tone for live and studio dates.
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I went to GC to look for a new amp head. i tried out a few different ones until i found this thing. Its amazing. crank up the gain you get great metal tones. The clean is bright and crystal clear. you can play any genre with this head. i had it hooked up with a peavy valveking 4x12 cab and it was amazing!
I've played a TriAmp MK II for about 8 years. It has it all, Sparkling cleans, Fat crunch sounds, and searing distortion channels. With 6(!) channels to choose from, it has flexibility that no other all-tube amp can match. I've toured the world with it, and it's still going strong. The only issues I've ever had with it are with the lights. The little bulbs in there are FRAGILE! Overall, I am %99 happy. I do sometimes wish it had a true solo boost and reverb, but hey, with all the amazing tones in it, who cares?!
I bought this amp (sight unseeing, I'm afraid to admit) as an upgrade to my Marshall JCM2000 TSL100 head because I ran into an incredible deal that I just couldn't pass up with what I've heard about this amp. I turned all the knobs to 5 to start, and even without EQ adjustments, the tone was heavenly with my PRS. The first thing I noticed was how much more "full" of a sound I got than with the TSL, even everything at straight 5 settings. The versatility is fantastic, with two switchable gain controls on each of the three channels for six total settings (plus FX loop). Amp 1 varies from shimmering Fender-esque cleans to a smooth overdriven vintage Vox or Marshall tone. Amp 2 pumps out classic mid-gain tone reminiscent of a Marshall or Orange. Amp 2 seems to get the most mixed reviews from users, but I think it offers great options. Amp 3 just sounds MEAN. It's the Mesa Boogie that I could never dial in to my liking. Smooth and full with rich harmonics and a pounding low end. I haven't had a need to use the Red Box direct out or the MIDI features yet, but the versatility and the stellar tones from this unit have already far exceeded my expectations and certainly made me an H&K convert. If you can justify the price tag, you're going to love what you hear.
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