Behringer Vintager AC108 15W 1x8 Guitar Combo AmpProduct #H85693 Behringer H85693 HAADB Hybrid Combo Guitar Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A beautiful-sounding sidekick for beginners and seasoned players alike.
The Behringer AC108 15W 1x8 guitar combo amp puts real tube tone and vintage character in a light, portable package. The AC108 features one hand-selected 12AX7 tube in the preamp, giving it the rich, beautiful tone guitarists have cherished for decades. Tubes "warm up" a signal, gracing it with depth, character and harmonic overtones. When you crank the AC108's gain and strum aggressively, you will be rewarded with musical classic-rock overdrive. Back off the gain and you'll hear cleans that chime with heavenly clarity. That glowing 12AX7 under the hood makes it happen!
This 15W guitar amp handles just like a relic of rock's early days, but with a few modern additions for increased tone options. Plug into the 1/4" instrument input, a gain dial that pushes the tube into overdrive, a two-band EQ, a Gain button for increased overdrive, a Shift button that adjusts mids for a more modern sound, and a Master dial to govern overall volume. A 1/4" CD input allows you to play along with your favorite songs, and a 1/4" headphone jack enables private practicing. A 20-Watt 8" vintage-tuned guitar speaker puts your best sound forward.
Just because you are a beginner looking for your first amp, or an old pro looking for an amp you can take on the subway, there's no need to skimp on tone! The AC108 puts real tube tone within everyone's budget. Plug into an AC108 at your nearest Behringer dealer today.
- Gain, Shift and Master Volume controls
- 2-band EQ
- 1/4" instrument input
- 1/4" CD input
- 1/4" headphone jack
- 1 – 12AX7
- 8" vintage-tuned speaker
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