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Amplifiers & Effects
Combo Guitar Amplifiers
2 Channels 1x12 Combo Guitar Amplifiers
Egnater 2 Channels 1x12 Combo Guitar Amplifiers
For over 30 years and counting, Egnater's knack for designing innovative 2-channel combo guitar amplifiers has made them a household name in the music world. In fact, Egnater's roster of artists is incredibly diverse and currently includes well-known favorites like Mushroomhead, All Time Low and Rains. Whether you're a soloist who loves the Motor City sounds of the late '60s, a barre-chordist who craves the trebly bite of '70s punk or a modern shredder who wants a mountain of grunge-style distortion, there's an Egnater 2-channel combo guitar amplifier for you.
In a selection of amps this impressive, your best bet is to look at each model and see which one matches your current budget and tastes. Need a suggestion? Check out the top-selling Tweaker-40 112 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. What you have here is an expansion of the popular (and award-winning) Tweaker Series. It has all the classic tonal traits of the original Tweaker along with 2 independent channels, 6L6 tubes, British and American voicing switches and much more. From hot, vintage gain to tight and bright cleans, the Tweaker-40 112 is a lean and mean rock machine.
Now for those of you who want double the power, a 2x12 is the way to go - in which case, set your eyes on the Renegade 212 65W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Where to even begin with this monster: on Channel 1, you can create lush 3-dimensional tones with just enough grit when you need it most. On Channel 2, you can play with a bluesy overdrive and push the gain into a thick, harmonic distortion. Ruggedly built and loaded with tone-shaping controls, the Renegade is a real wrecking ball!
As you can see, Bruce Egnater knows more than a thing or two about what makes a great 2-channel combo guitar amplifier. As a fan of Hendrix, Cream and the high-octane sounds that were coming out of his hometown of Detroit in the early 70s, Egnater had all the right influences to master his tube amp-building craft. Grab one of these Egnater 2-channel combo guitar amplifiers today and ignite your audience with a performance that will leave them floored.