Egnater Rebel-30

Egnater has made a number of great amps over the years.  egnater-rebel-30The Rebel-30 is an extention of the Rebel-20, an award winning head.  The Rebel-30 brings in more versatility and gives you more tone-shaping options than the Rebel-20.  It’s a 30-watt all-tube amp that has two channels.  Channel 1 features very clean tones and allows you to control the bass, treble, and volume.  Channel 2 features a powerful overdrive and lets you shape the bass, treble, middle, and gain.  The gain lets you really change the sound of your tone in many different ways.  Both channels include tight and bright switches, and each channel has an independent watts knob as well.

The Egnater Rebel-30 also features Egnater’s signature Tube Mix knob.  By adjusting this control, you can add in a huge variety of different tones to your sound, including British, American, and more.  The back panel, which is very easy to access, features reverb controls for both channels and a series effects loop control.  The Rebel-30 is available in two different styles: a 1x12” combo or a 2x12” combo.  Both of these amps feature a dual-function footswitch for easy channel selection.  The Egnater Rebel-30 features 6V6 and EL84 power tubes and weighs around 40 pounds. (more...)

January 9, 2011
Posted in Egnater — anthony @ 10:16 pm

Egnater Amplifiers

Bruce Egnater was destined to build amazing amps. He is from Detroit, Michigan, and when he was 13 he got his first guitar; a Rickenbacker with a Silvertone Twin Twelve amp. Growing up in the Detroit rock scene he was tuning in to the likes of Alice Cooper, Bob Seger, Iggy Pop, Ted Nugent, Grand Funk Railroad, and others. While still under age, Egnater snuck in to see as many concerts as he could to hear the bands and began taking an intesest in Gear.
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February 26, 2009
Posted in Boutique Amps,Egnater — David @ 9:16 am

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