Pre Owned Red Plate BluesMachine 66 1x12 KT66 Tube Guitar Amp Combo — Truetone Music

Pre Owned Red Plate BluesMachine 66 1x12 KT66 Tube Guitar Amp Combo

by Red Plate
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$ 1,999.00

This GREAT sounding amp is in excellent condition, works perfectly and is quite the looker too!!

Includes Footswitch

Redplate builds boutique amplifiers with point-to-point wiring and meticulous hands-on attention to detail. Their BluesMachine66 1×12 was created for the discerning guitarist with a predilection for British flavors. Its 12AX7 preamp tubes run at 50 watts using KT66 power tubes.

The BluesMachine66 has knobs and switches galore, but the operator’s manual quickly quashes any confusion. The Clean side of the amp has a Bright switch with two separate bright settings and an off position. Gain and Volume chicken knobs adjust the amp’s character and level. A Tone knob adds treble, bass, or a “tone lift” notched to the left; and a Mode selector shifts between two types of “Black,” “Brown,” and “Tweed” sounds.

The Drive section offers Gain for more aggression, a push/pull Drive knob for distortion (less treble in the pulled position), and a Level knob for the output section with a Hi-Cut feature in the pulled position. The Master section displays Spring

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verb, Presence, Master Volume, and Standby.

The rear panel has a Pentode/Triode toggle that reduces output by 66 percent, adding sag and compression, and a Fixed/Cathode toggle. This works great for dropping the output for earlier breakup. It also features speaker jacks, line out, send and return for effects, and two voice switches. The Smooth switch engages negative feedback in the clean preamp adding compression, and the Humbucker/Single-Coil switch affects the amount of gain and bass in the input stage. These two switches allow the player to tailor the amp to their guitar. The footswitch controls Tweed, Drive, and Boost.

The BluesMachine66 is a knob twiddler’s dream. Tones range from clear and spanky to fat, fatter, and morbidly obese. The Mode selector’s boosted Tweed setting is highly addictive.Red Plate Blues Machine 66