Egnator Rebel-30 112 Reviews
You can fin these amp head new right at around $899, which is a great price for a well built 30 watt multiple channel amplifier. This is a great amp for small gigs in clubs and a great amp for recording with. You get that optional recording output that helps in silent playing as well. So this is a great buy for many reasons. [read more on Audiofanzine]iamqman rated this unit on 2011-10-11.
Overall I say if you want a small gigging amp do it, its super versatile and easy to use. AND it sounds GREAT I highly recommend it. Be sure to try it out first though! [read more on Audiofanzine]PurposeToMelody rated this unit on 2011-03-22.
This is a single twelve with an attractive tweed face and cream and black appointments. It's an all tube, 2 channel amp. I've been playing for about 15 years. Mostly electric guitar, some lead, some rhythm, and only in a few bands. I like to do a lot of recording, though, and I prefer to do it the old way and mic my amps. I was looking for an all tube amp that was flexible and had great tone.
Overall, a powerful, impressive tube monster that can drive all kinds of cabs if you've got them to play with, with a sweet tone of whatever you tube mixologists can come up with. Egnator clearly designed this amp to focus on it's core competencies, so there aren't a lot of thrills or frills, but there's tons of tone. Except when driven hard where I feel it loses its personality.Newton rated this unit on 2010-03-05.
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