Koch Amps Classictone II 20H

Koch Amps Classictone II 20H

  • Technology: Valve
  • Power: 20 W
  • Channels: 3
  • Gain Levels: 2
  • Inserts: Series
  • Pre Amp Valves: 3x 12AX7
  • Power Amp Valves: 2x EL84
  • Effects: Hall / Reverb
  • Impedance: 4/8/16 ohms
  • Including: Footswitch
  • Dimensions: 520 x 270 x 310 mm
  • Weight: 13,1 kg
  • Country of Origin: Made in the Netherlands
  • Class A
  • Symmetrical XLR and asymmetrical line out with speaker simulation
  • Internal dummy load for silent recording
  • Output volume can be switched in 3 steps

Koch Amps Classictone II 20H · Guitar Amp Head

British Class A Sound from the Netherlands! The Classictone II 20H Amp head is a compact Class A Head with clearly British genes. The features: 3 channels with a common 3 band tone control, spring reverb and a 3-step switchable output volume (home, studio, stage). The amp is excellent for recording: an asymmetrical jack output and a balanced XLR output with speaker simulation, the amp can also be operated without a cab, the amp is protected by a switchable, internal dummy load.


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