Hiwatt T40/20 MKIII 40 1x12" Combo

Hiwatt T40/20 MKIII 40 1x12" Combo

Hiwatt T40/20 MKIII 40 1x12" Combo, new.

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 and a Footswitch for turning off and on the Reverb and switching channels. Perfect as a pedal platform.

The Hiwatt T40/20 is versatile, durable, fun to play, reasonably priced and most importantly... Sounds great.

Wattage: Switchable — 40W or 20W

1/4" Normal/Overdrive (Channel Selector)3.5mm AUX Input1/4" Effects Loop Return1/4" Channel/Reverb Footswitch Input

1/4" Extension Speaker (8 Ω)1/4" Effect Loop Send1/4" Line Output

Preamp Valves:
2 x ECC83 (12AX7),1 x ECC82 (12AU7)

Output Valves:
4 x EL84

1 x 12" Hiwatt Octapulse

Speaker Impedance:
8 Ω

Total Impedance: 8 Ω

Master VolumeReverb Level3-Band EQ shared by both channels — Treble, Middle (Pull potentiometer for Tone Shift), BassOverdrive GainNormal GainNormal/Overdrive Channel ToggleStandby — On/OffMains — On/Off
Built-in Effects Loop.Built-in True-Spring Reverb.

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