Kustom KG100HFX and KG412 Half Stack(Black Slant) Sku #430993000001310 Kustom 430993 HAN Amplifier Stacks https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The Kustom KG100HFX from the KG series is a classic 100W guitar amp head. It offers 2 channels (Rhythm and Lead), tone controls, and digital effects. The amplifier head will work with a wide variety of speaker cabinets, delivering 100W of heavy, powerful guitar tone.
The Kustom KG100HFX amp head's Rhythm channel offers clear, dynamic tones that are perfect for a wide variety of musical styles. Using the Gain control, the Lead channel can dish out anything from chunky classic rock sounds to the heaviest, scooped metal tones out there. The amp head's separate bass, middle, and treble controls let players fine-tune the tonal response as required.
In addition, the Kustom KG100HFX amp head provides built-in reverb and delay effects that may be activated on the amp's front panel. Reverb can provide anything from subtle room ambiance to an all-out wash of cavernous sound. Delay is perfect for fattening up lead tones, especially when combined with distortion. The Kustom amp head's Chorus adds a shimmering, liquid-like quality to the sound, especially with chords.
Like every Kustom KG amp, the KG100HFX offers an auxiliary input for plugging in an MP3 or CD player to practice, and it features an 1/8" headphone input. Now you can use your Kustom KG100FX to practice along with MP3s all without the need for a speaker cabinet. Just plug in your headphones and rock.
An Effects Loop with Send and Return jacks provide flexibility for integrating external effects and processors. A single-function footswitch (not included) may be used with the Kustom KG100FX to switch between Rhythm and Lead channels.
All Kustom KG Series amplifiers including the Kustom KG100FX amp head provide a 5-year, transferable electronics warranty to give buyers extra piece of mind with their purchase.
Slightly smaller than a traditional 4x12, the Kustom KG412 guitar speaker cabinet is built with plywood for enhanced resonance and loaded with 4 - 12" Kustom speakers. It handles 120 watts RMS/240 watts peak. Just wait until you hear it.
- Input 1: 1/4" jack
- Input 2: 1/4" jack with 6 dB lower gain
- Gain (lead)
- Volume (lead)
- Channel select switch (lead and rhythm)
- Volume control (rhythm)
- Bass control
- Middle control
- Treble control
- Effects control
- Chorus switch
- Power Switch
- Effects loop
- External speaker jack
- Headphone jack
- Auxiliary input
- Cabinet power handling: 120W/240 peak
- 4 - 12" Kustom speakers
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KG100HFX and KG412 Half Stack Specifications:
- RMS wattage: 100W
- Channels: rhythm and lead
- Tone controls: bass, middle, treble
- Effects: reverb, delay, chorus
- Gain control: yes, lead channel
- Footswitch: Optional (Channels)
- Head dimensions: 9-1/3"H x 23"W x 9-1/3"D
- Weight: 22 lb.
- Power amp circuit: organic overdrive
- Cabinet dimensions: 27-3/5"H x 27-2/5"W x 12-4/5"D
- Cabinet weight: 58 lb.
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Comments about Kustom KG100HFX and KG412 Half Stack:
I just ordered this amp. Ive had it for a day now, and I played it for quite a while. The distortion channel isn't all that great, the channel is pretty noisy. The clean channel was pretty decent on it. But this amp can get louder than what you will ever need it for I can give it that. The effects on it wasn't great but wasn't terrible. The amp head didn't get hot as what some people claim that they get, matter fact I barely even felt any heat on the back of the amp. But now that we got that part out of the way, here's the good part. I hooked up my digitech rp250 and this baby come to life. It made it sound like an amp worth about $1000+... I think as long as you got a good distortion pedal and good effects pedals, or just a multieffects pedal like the digitech for example, this amp will be just fine.. I usually play rock, hard rock, and some blues and acoustics, it works great for that stuff. If your a metal head I think this amp would be alright to as long as you got a good distortion pedal for it, the bass on the palm mutes sounds pretty good. As far as durability goes I can't tell you, but it seems like its made pretty solid.. Not bad for a solid state amp, it'd be a great first halfstack for the money, or the guitarist on a budget.