Hughes&Kettner Tubemeister 36 Head Bundle
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Guitarist test results:
We reckon the TubeMeister 36 will tick all the boxes for many potential customers. There really isnt much to criticise: we mentioned the lack of a MIDI out/thru socket earlier, the only other thing that were not sure about is the way Hughes & Kettner has shared the TubeMeister 36s two EQs between three channels. We think the lead channel would be more versatile with its own dedicated network, and the clean and crunch channels sharing the other EQ. But its not a major issue, as all three channels have excellent response and sound superb right out of the box. Just as well, because there are some hot competitors in the tone department at the moment. However, none have MIDI switching and a multistep attenuator that can also be remotely controlled we think thats a first and it makes the TubeMeister 36 a seriously versatile amp, especially when teamed with a good MIDI effects device. If youre looking for a midpriced amp that really can do it all, the TubeMeister 36 deserves to be right at the top of your must try list.
MusicRadar.com (8/2012) test results:
Hughes & Kettner has produced a gem we reckon will sell and sell.
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