When power is a concern for your rig, consider Rocktron's Velocity 100 rackmount guitar power amplifier. Designed specifically for guitar, the Velocity 100 achieves perfect tube-like dynamics in a tro... Read More
When power is a concern for your rig, consider Rocktron's Velocity 100 rackmount guitar power amplifier. Designed specifically for guitar, the Velocity 100 achieves perfect tube-like dynamics in a trouble-free solid-state design.
This single-space little monster kicks out an amazing 40 watts per channel at 8 ohms (and an even more amazing 55 watts at 4 ohms) of blistering power.
The Velocity 100 utilizes thermal protection circuitry, along with protection from over voltage, under voltage or any shorts to the power supply. Get reliable performance night after night without the stress of losing your sound. A front panel power switch and two front panel volume control knobs make operation as easy as possible.
The Channel 1 Level knob adjusts the output level (or overall volume) of channel one. The Channel 2 Level knob adjusts the output level of channel two. Outputs are mono jacks.
The Velocity 100 is designed for easy operation. Replacing a fuse is a simple procedure with a compartment provided for storing a spare fuse.
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If you have a multi-effects processor and want to make it your main (and only) source of effects, this is what you need. It's solid state, not tube, but tube power amps are several times more expensive. The sound is very clear, I am very satisfied. 2 channels, 2 outputs for each channel. The 2 outputs for each channel are connected in parallel. As far as loudness goes it's pretty much loud enough for anything except a live show. Maybe if you hook up enough cabs it could get loud enough but I only use a 1x12 cab that I made myself. This is a great power amp considering its about 5 times cheaper than other ones. Buy now.
This a great price on a power amp where usual power amps are close to or over a thousand dollars. I use this with a line 6 pod pro and it sounds amazing. I play metal and I get plenty of crunch. Don't need to push it past 9oclock to be heard and that's with a jcm900 marshall cab. My setup would probably sound better if it was a tube power amp, but like most musicians I'm poor and its a great amp. Would recommend to others and have.
So far this amp does what it said it would doand mounts into my vintage Anvil case and rack system perfectly. Unfortunately, with a single 4x12 cabinet I can only run one side and there is no way to merge the two channels to get more wattage out of my cabinet. I'm going to see about dividing my cabinet into a left side and right side and run each channel through them. I wont get much separation this way but will get more wattage for added crunch and wail...and that's what it's all about!
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