Egnater Tourmaster 4212Item ID: TM4212
4-channel, 100-watt Tube Guitar Amplifier Combo with 2 x 12" Egnater Elite-80 Speakers, Variable 10W/100W Power for Each Channel, and Tube-driven FX Loop
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From Our Research Team:
This Combo is Made to Perform for a LifetimeThe Egnater Tourmaster 4212 tube guitar combo amplifier is your ticket to tonal freedom, with four amazingly customizable channels harnessing a generous 100-watts of power. But don't worry if that sounds like too much power for you - each channel on the Tourmaster 4212 lets you vary the wattage from 10W to 100W! If that's not enough versatility for you, there's also a Classic/Modern voicing switch on each channel that lets you choose between two distinct characters. Packed with two Egnater Elite-80 speakers (designed by Celestion), and designed to be a performing musician's go-to amplifier for any gig and any musical style, you could spend a lifetime exploring the tones inside the Egnater Tourmaster 4212 tube guitar combo amplifier!
Egnater Tourmaster 4212 Tube Guitar Combo Amplifier at a Glance:
One-stop tone shop with four customizable channels
Egnater designed the Tourmaster 4212 tube amplifier to give performing musicians the flexibility to play any musical styles back to back. Each of the four channels sports the same control set, and can be configured independently. With the tonal versatility of the Tourmaster 4212, that means you can have a clean jazz tone on the first channel, a crunchy blues vibe on channel 2, country twang on channel 3, and heavy metal aggression on channel 4. We're not sure who plays a set like that, but at Sweetwater we're amazed at how functional this amp is for any style of player.
Power Grid for powerful tone and volume control
The Egnater Tourmaster 4212 has a Power Grid that lets you vary the wattage of each channel, from 10 watts to 100 watts. Not only does this let you practice on the Tourmaster 4212, it's perfect for finding the sweet spot for your amp at any gig. Any tube amp sounds its best when you're pushing it hard, and the Power Grid lets you get that cranked-amp sound at any volume level. So if you're playing big enough gigs to use the full 100 watts, go for it - you can still dial it down to 10 watts for practicing in the basement.
Ready for life on the road
Life on the road is tough, but the Egnater Tourmaster 4212 can take it. Birch plywood construction sounds great and can take a beating, and the metal corners and handles are heavy duty too. And the Tourmaster 4212 comes with a durable metal footswitch, so it's ready to gig right out of the box.
Egnater Tourmaster 4212 Tube Guitar Combo Amplifier Features:
Open a Pandora's Box of tone with the Egnater Tourmaster 4212 tube guitar combo amplifier!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
by Josť Augusto Amador Demeneghi fromThis amp is very flexible, the first channel is a smooth clean and soft meanwhile the second sounds very similar but with a little more gain. The third channel (overdrive 1) is perfect for classic roc... read more [+]k and a blues lead, warm tone, and the fourth channel (overdrive 2) is the hi-gain part of the amp, maybe needs a booster to get a REALLY heavy metal tone but it sounds great, lots of sustain and gain. Every channel has a Modern/Classic switch to change the voicing and get a completely different tone. Power Grid is awesome, it goes from 10 to 100 watts with just moving a switch, I can play at low leves but the valves still sound warm. The footswitch is very solid, I've drop it a few times and zero scratches, it has 6 butons: Channel 1, 2, 3, 4, FX Loop and reverb. It is connected through a 8 pin MIDI cable. The only bad thing about this amp is that is too heavy, it weighs 95 lb (43 kg aprox) so it takes one strong man or 2 weak boys to move it through stairs or put it on a car, luckily, it has 4 wheels to make our life easier. I really recommend this amp! close [-]
March 16, 2013
Music Background: Student
Mario, Indianapolis, IN