Kustom KGA212FX 2 x 12" 30 Watt Guitar Combo Amplifier with Digital Effects

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KGA212FX-U
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USD$:349.99

Description

Description :

The Kustom KGA212FX is a 30-watt guitar combo amplifier with two 12" Kustom speakers, 2 channels, and Reverb, Delay and Chorus effects. Designed to offer a wide range of clean and dirty tones, while providing rugged dependability and intuitive operation.

Features :

  • 30 Watts RMS Wattage
  • 2 x 12-inch Kustom Speaker
  • Lead and Rhythm Channels
  • Bass, Middle, and Treble Tone Controls
  • Reverb, Delay, and Chorus Effects
  • Lead Channel Gain Control
  • Effects Loop
  • External Speaker Jack
  • Headphone Jack
  • Auxiliary Input
  • Footswitch: Optional (Channels)
  • Dimensions: 19.5 (H) x 26.2 (W) x 9.3 (D)
  • Dimensions (mm): 495 (H) x 666 (W) x 235 (D)
  • Weight: 33.3 lbs / 15.1 Kg
  • Power Amp Circuit: Organic Clipping

The KGA212FX'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, modern Metal tones out there. Separate Bass, Middle and Treble controls let players fine-tune the amp's tonal response as required. In addition, the KGA212FX 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. Chorus adds a shimmering, liquid-like quality to the sound, especially with chords. Like every KG amplifier, the KGA212FX offers an auxiliary input for plugging in an MP3 or CD player to practice along with tunes and a 1/8-inch headphone input that silences the internal speaker for late-night playing. Your family and neighbors will love it. An Effects Loop with Send and Return jacks provides flexibility for integrating external effects and processors.

 

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