Quilter Aviator Cub 112 Combo


Transistor Combo für E-Gitarre

  • 1 Kanal
  • Leistung: 50 Watt
  • Bestückung: 1 x 12" Custom Designed Eminence Lautsprecher
  • 3 Voicings: 60er Tweed, 62er Blonde und 65er Black - einfach in die Ära einstecken, in der man spielen möchte
  • Lautsprechersimulation auf den Line- und Kopfhörerausgängen
  • Regler: Gain, Limiter, Bass, Mid, Treb, Reverb, Line & Headphone Out Vol, Speaker Vol
  • Instrumenteneingang: 6,3 mm Klinke
  • Effects Loop Send & Return: 2x 6,3 mm Klinke
  • Line Ausgang: 6,3 mm Stereoklinke
  • Kopfhörerausgang: 6,3 mm Stereoklinke
  • Abmessungen (B x T x H): 419 x 274 x 419 mm
  • Gewicht: 9,8 kg
  • inkl. Schutzhülle
Leistung 50 W
Lautsprecher Bestückung 1x 12"
Kanäle 1
Hall Ja
Effektprozessor Nein
Externer Effektweg Ja
Line Eingang Nein
Recording Ausgang Ja
MIDI Schnittstelle Nein
Anschluss für externe Lautsprecher Nein
Kopfhöreranschluss Ja
Fußschalter Anschluss Nein
Inkl. Fußschalter Nein
Gewicht 9,8 kg
Erhältlich seit März 2021
Artikelnummer 513836
599 €
Alle Preise inkl. MwSt.
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3 Kundenbewertungen

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Perfect alternative to tubes
Barkyshards 12.04.2021
I bought this because I'm getting on and my tube amp was too heavy and also inplay more at home now and need an amp that sounds good at low volume. That said I don't want to compromise on tone. I've tried the Fender tonemaster and Boss SS amps and they are good but I found the fender not so good with pedals. This amp sounds very close to the amps it is emulating (blackface and tweed inputs are particularly good) and works well with pedals. Sounds good at low volume and is light. Perfect.
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Amazing little amp
Cerb E 24.04.2021
I want the same amp for home practice, for recording and for band situations, I just want one. The Cub handles att that with excellence. It's small light weight and sounds great. It sounds good at low volume and can get more than loud enough for most gigging situations.

If you buy this amp expecting it will sound exactly like one of the original amps you'll probably be disappointed, but it is definitely in the ball park of all of them and sounds great in its own right. The built in cab sim on the line out is among the best I've heard, I don't even load any IR's in the DAW anymore. The separate volume controls for the speaker and line out is also a great feature, especially if you want to double track line and mic. The limiter is a nice touch and gives the amp a sort of spongy, dynamic feel. There is not a single feature I miss on it. The three channels are similarly voiced but there's enough difference between them that they all bring something unique to the table.

It is a rather bright amp, the speaker might be partly to blame but the much of the same brightness can be heard through the line out. I found it diffucult to tame the brightness at first but once I figured out the rather interactive EQ I was fine. A lot of the pick attack also shines through and I find myself rolling back more volume on the guitar than I'm used to. Its weakest point is the reverb, it's serviceable and if you have nothing else it's OK but I use a pedal instead. For these reasons I'd probably have given it 4.5 out of 5 on sound.

For a pretty fair price you get an amp that gives you three calssic F-type tones, is highly portable and works both at home and at a gig. For me at least, the EQ section took some getting used to but now I love it.

+The sounds
+The light weight
+ The features

- The reverb
- Brightness and attack can be difficult to tame
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