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Debut 50R Cream 50 Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier With Reverb

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Careful preamp design that mimics valve circuit behaviour and the powerful ISF-enhanced EQ make it easy to dial in practically any overdrive tone you want, while the reverb sweetens the decay for stadium-like sounds at bedroom volume levels. There’s a choice of Hall or Plate models and it’s just down to personal taste which you prefer: the Hall is slightly warmer and darker, while the Plate has more high-frequency emphasis. I also really like the look of this thing; With the cream color cabinet and the dark speaker grille, and the "pointer" type knobs, it has a very "vintage" look about it. Very light, easy to carry.

With ‘MOD’ (modulation), ‘DLY’ (delay) and ‘REV’ (reverb) ‘segments’, these each encompass 4 different effects. So for example, the modulation segment lets you choose between phaser, flanger, chorus and tremolo effects. This means that you have a total of 12 built-in effects, and all 3 segments can be used simultaneously. While this gives you a lot of options, the Silverline series does fall short on effects when compared to BOSS’ Katana MkII amps. That’s because the latter feature 15 effects overall, and 5 of those can be used together.BOSS Katana Amps are equipped with 5 primary amp ‘characters’ that cover everything from organic vintage clean tones to modern, saturated high-gain. There’s even a dedicated ‘Acoustic’ setting that’s optimised for electro-acoustic guitars, meaning that BOSS Katanas can be used as acoustic amplifiers too. Here’s a breakdown of each of the BOSS Katana’s amp characters: A 50-watt all-analog solid-state combo inspired by the non-nonsense workflow of old-school tube and solid-state amplifiers ALL tones in this video come straight from the amp, recorded in stereo - no pedals or external processing was used! Rear effects loop allows you to integrate your favorite time-based and modulation pedals after the MOSFET preamp While BOSS Katana MkII amps still retain the same primary amp sounds that their predecessors had, their new ‘Variation’ buttons allow you to change the feel and response of each amp character. This ultimately doubles the amount of tones at your disposal. And with BOSS’‘Tube Logic Technology’; Katana MkII amps deliver the convincing feel and harmonic content you’d expect from genuine valve amps.

Released in 2016, the original BOSS Katana amp range was a winner from the very start. These amps received worldwide acclaim for their realistic tube tones, high-quality effects, modest price-points and spine-saving portability. We’ve quite literally sold thousands of BOSS Katana amps, and they’re still firmly among our most popular products! Debut 50R takes the Debut range to the next level as the perfect “plug-in-and-play” 50W pedal platform. The concept of the Debut 50R is a simple and elegant, all-analogue alternative to entry level digital modelling amplifiers. Ideal for pedal players, the Debut 50R focuses more on tone and usability rather than unwanted “bells and whistles”. BOSS Katana MkII amplifiers also boast 4-band EQ sections (Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence), which enable precise tone-shaping. The Katana MkII 100 2×12″ and 100 head feature ‘Cab Resonance’ functions, which allow you to further tailor the lows with their ‘Vintage’, ‘Modern’ and ‘Deep’ settings. While tonnes of built-in effects is cool, what if you want to use your own external stompboxes in conjunction with a Katana MkII? Fortunately, these amps (apart from the Katana 50) feature effects loops that let you to make seamless use of your favourite ambient, time-based and modulation effects. This is fairly uncommon for digital amps, so it’s a great plus for these models. Additional Features On top of these versatile built-in sounds, you can also take advantage of a Silverline’s comprehensive 5-band EQ section. With Bass, Middle, Treble, Presence and Resonance controls, these enable complete control over the key areas of your guitar’s sound. Although the larger BOSS Katana MkII amps feature ‘Cab Resonance’ switches with 3 different settings, the sweep-able Resonance controls on Silverline amps are more intuitive and allow for precise adjustment of the lows.

Solid-state Cleans, Tube-inspired Overdrive

As someone who no longer plays electric guitar very often, I was looking for a good quality basic guitar amp; no huge arsenal of amp models and effects, no university level learning curve, no 4-digit price tag. BOSS Katana MkIIs are extremely versatile with their various amp characters and diverse onboard effects. But there are even more features that set them apart from the competition. Power scaling functionality is certainly one of them, which applies to all Katana MkII models. Although this is something that perhaps makes more sense with valve amps, it nevertheless gives you the ability to power down to half-wattage or even a mere 0.5-watts. This means that you can play at lower volumes without losing valuable tone. Infinite Shape - Patented ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) tone control for the ultimate in user sound customisation. ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) takes you from a tight American sound to a more open and woody feel with the twist of a knob

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