Hiwatt T20/10 - Switchable 20W/10W Head w/ True-Spring Reverb
Hiwatt Tube Series Amplifiers are British Engineered to provide a Classic Hiwatt Clean + Overdrive Channels at a great price – based on the success of Hiwatt’s power-switching ‘Studio/Stage’ Amplifier. The Hi-Quality Premium Speaker and Birch Ply Cabinet have been both ‘matched’ and ‘voiced’ for this Amp and together provide a winning combination.
This ‘Cathode Biased’ (aka Class A) amp provides the Guitarist with a ‘touch sensitive’ feel to the amps response. Half your power, to drive the Tubes harder, to obtain pure, natural Hiwatt Overdrive with less volume. On the 3 band EQ there is a push/pull ‘full tone shift’ feature. This amp has Dual Gain controls for the Normal and Overdrive channels, Real Spring Reverb footswitch capability for turning off and on the Reverb and switching channels (footswitch sold separately). Perfect as a pedal platform.
The Hiwatt T20/10 is versatile, durable, fun to play, reasonably priced and most importantly... Sounds great.
• Wattage: Switchable — 20W or 10W • Channels: Normal; Overdrive • Inputs: 1/4" Normal/Overdrive (Channel Selector); 3.5mm AUX Input; 1/4" Effects Loop Return; 1/4" Channel/Reverb; Footswitch Input • Outputs: 1/4" Extension Speaker (8 ohm); 1/4" Effect Loop Send; 1/4" Line Output • Preamp Valve: 1 x ECC83 (12AX7),; 2 x ECC82 (12AU7) • Output Valves: 2 x EL84 • Controls: Master Volume; Reverb Level; 3-Band EQ shared by both channels - Treble, Middle (Pull potentiometer for Tone Shift), Bass; Overdrive Gain; Normal Gain; Normal/Overdrive Channel Toggle; Standby - On/Off; Mains - On/Off • Built-in Effects Loop. • Built-in True-Spring Reverb. • Compatible with the FS201 Footswitch for hands free channel switching and toggling True-Spring Reverb.
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