EVH 5150 III HD and 4x12 Half StackProduct #430978 EVH 430978 HAAC Guitar Amplifier Stacks https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Versatile, toneful, and powerful enough for Edward Van Halen.
The professional EVH 5150 III HD all-tube amp head that was developed to meet the exacting specifications of Edward Van Halen, one of the true living legends of rock guitar. The 5150III amp head's flexible feature set allows creation of tones from clean to crunch to full-out distortion, inspiring limitless artistic expression. Truly roadworthy, EVH® amp heads feature no-compromise construction promising peak performance for years to come.
The EVH 5150 III is a 412 speaker enclosure with custom Celestion EVH signature speakers that deliver richness and power. Truly roadworthy, EVH® amps feature no-compromise construction promising peak performance for years to come.
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- 3 channels
- Gain, low, mid, high, volume, channel select, and presence controls for each channel
- 8 - 12AX7 preamp tubes
- 4 - 6L6 power tubes
- 4 - 12" Celestion G12EVH speakers
The unmistakable tone of a guitar legend is now yours for the taking. Order now!
5150 III HD and 4x12 Half Stack Specifications:
- Textured vinyl covering
- EVH striped metal grille
- 55 lb.
- 10-1/4"H x 29-3/4W x 11.5"D
- 100 watts RMS
- 4 - 6L6 output tubes, 8 - 12AX7 preamp tubes
- 60 lb.
- Four-button footswitch included (P/N 007-0926-000)
- 88 lb.
- 30"H x 291/4"H x 14"D
- 100W RMS handling
- 98 lb. shipping weight including packaging
- Pop-out swivel casters included
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Comments about EVH 5150 III HD and 4x12 Half Stack:
This half-stack speaks for itself. I've been playing Van Halen stuff for a few years now, and I promise you when you mess around with thing you'll understand why this was built. It's a culmination of the Marshall Plexi on channels one and two, and the 5150 I&II on the third. I don't play on a lot of clean settings, but with a seymour duncan 57, i can't ask for more. Channel 2 gives you that much sought after plexi low end and bite which everyone looks for when it's sitting right here! Channel 3, wow, i mean it just speaks for itself. You do not need (for the early guitar stuff) your EVH Phase 90 pedal. it has that tone ALREADY PUT IN IT!!! Now of course when it comes to a few songs like Atomic Punk, and Ain't Talking Bout Love you'll need it but, for the most part on the guitar solos you don't. Oh ya and by the way people SEAMLESS footswitching. No clicks,pops,or timng needed. As the man himself would say. "It's right on the money."If you want it don't hesitate, it's hard on the wallet but trust me it pays for itself compared to any other 3 channel amp like the Engl's,Saldono's, or Bogner's. I'll keep this thing until it dies and then buy another.