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Egnater Tweaker 15 Head

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Full-Tube Guitar Amp Head

  • Extremely flexible single-channel amplifier
  • 2 6V6 power amplifier tubes
  • 3 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • Master volume
  • Gain and 3-band EQ
  • Modern/vintage amp voicing switch
  • Buffered effects loop
  • 3-Way EQ voicing switches (US/AC/Brit)
  • Clean/hot gain adjustable
  • Tight and bright voicing switches
  • 100V / 115V / 230V switchable
  • 2 Speaker outputs
  • Impedance switchable between 4/8/16 Ω
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 35.56 x 19.05 x 20.32 cm
  • Weight: 8 kg
Power 15 W
Power Amplifier Tubes 6V6
Channels 1
Reverb No
Footswitch No
Item number 243734
395 €
Free shipping incl. VAT
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Hopefiend 2000 01.06.2017
Ok let's just say first I trawled through guitar forums for ages to find this head and it always had great reviews - plus it was sold out in the U.K. So that was a good sign
I play in a loud rock n roll band so I wanted it to be loud enough - IT IS !!! Even with loud drummer and crazy distorted mesa boogie from other guitar - this is very important to me - I played through a 2x12 cab with Celestion vintage 30s and it was plenty loud and very clear - people have been commenting on the great sound ever since

I was worried that such a small head would have no bass response - but the bass is amazing as you turn it up it is very full without draining the mids or highs
I plugged a tele , les Paul and Danelecro thru it - all sounded great - the eqs are very responsive and the toggles are easy to use . The Brit setting is amazing !
There is no reverb so I am going to get a pedal through the effects loop but it is not a big deal
For £350 It's not a fender or a Marshall or a vox but it get s close to all of them and yet it is way more versatile
it is such good value , very light compared to a vintage unreliable amp and as I said so versatile .
I already changed the preamp tubes to Jjs and that sounded even better
Some people say it's dull - it's not - use the eq and toggles - spend time with it you won't be disappointed - if the worse happens you can sell it - these things are very popular and kind of flying below the radar right now
It takes pedals really well but be aware there is no footwitch to change between the hot and clean channel - though there is a mod available
One last thing I tried out a 40w head orig but I'm glad I got the 15w because I think it sounds better and the toggles are in a better place plus in the 15w you can change the tubes without biasing - you can't do this in the 40w
I never do reviews but I really wanted to save people from going through all the forums like I did - go for it , but remember you need a good sounding cab
Finally service from Thomann was amazing , quick delivery and great communication
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Freakin awesome
mdl 24.04.2020
I ran a fender with single coils thru it... and A Chapman ml1 traditional and a Prs se santana thu it.

Into a 16 ohm Palmer cabinet with a 1x12 celestion creamback.

You need to crank the amps volume pas 12 o clock and then you will be smiling from ear to ear. Dont expect it to be a bedroom amp. This thing can be loud. But you will have some nice tones.

I play blues, rock and a bit of country on it.

Its an awesome pedal platform. One tip get a BB preamp pedal. It works so well with this amp it should be banned :)

I am a happy camper.
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Best recording tool ever!
DonSchlup 09.12.2018
So far I have only used theTweaker at home, plugged into my Two Notes Torpedo loadbox, and have recorded everything from dry country, to ambient post rock, shoegaze style stuff. And I've been impressed every step of the way!

The Fender and Vox sounds are quite interesting, and I've gotta say that it convinces me. Having had a Fender and played a bit through an AC30, it almost feels like having those amps in this tiny head. And the Marshall-esque type of sound it offers is really awesome! Plugging my Gretsch, I got some pretty sweeet AC/DC kind of tones from it.

The EQ is really responsive, and the valves breakup in the nicest way possible in every setting, from warm cleans to heavy overdrive sounds, it's very satisfying to have this variety without depending so much on pedals.

Honestly, each switch offers a pantheon of tones, and every combination has their special thing. I could spend a long time writing about this little dude...

All in all, it's an awesome, affordable-to-mid-priced amp that does not leave me wanting. I can't believe you'll go wrong with it, really.

Now, if you'll excuse me...

*turns on amp yet again*
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Very pleasantly surprised
DuncanH 21.12.2020
I've had this amp about 6 months and love it. It's versatile, flexible and punchy. I use it with an attenuator and you get get so much out of the amp at really low volumes, as well as opening it up - it's naturally a loud amp. I've not gigged with it but I'm sure it would work well for this purpose.
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