Quilter Aviator Cub 112 Combo

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This item runs exclusively on an operating voltage of 230V and therefore requires a voltage transformer to run in your country of United States of America.

Transistor Combo for Electric Guitar

  • 1 Channel
  • Power: 50 Watt
  • Equipped with: 1 x 12" Custom Designed Eminence speakers
  • 3 Voicings: 60s Tweed, 62s Blonde and 65s Black - just plug into the era you want to play in
  • Speaker simulation on line and headphone outputs
  • Controls: Gain, Limiter, Bass, Mid, Treb, Reverb, Line & Headphone Out Vol, Speaker Vol
  • Instrument input: 6.3 mm jack
  • Effects loop send & return: 2x 6.3 mm jack
  • Line output: 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Headphone output: 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 419 x 274 x 419 mm
  • Weight: 9.8 kg
  • Incldues protective cover
available since March 2021
Item number 513836
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Power 50 W
Speaker 1x 12"
Channels 1
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor No
External FX Loop Yes
Line Input No
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
$615
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FANTASTIC.
Trevor240 17.01.2022
This is the perfect combo for anyone seeking authentic Fender tones. The Quilter Cub has four massive plus points.
1. Wonderful tones
2. Little or no maintenance
3. Lightweight
4. Relative cost.
This amp is packed full of decent Fender type tones that you would expect from some of the most famous Fender amps of the Tweed, Blackface and Blonde eras. It’s a loud 50 watts and extremely gig worthy…… and it will cope with most live situations and any over enthusiastic drummers ! It takes any pedals extremely well too……if that is your thing.
With no valves to worry about, it’s a plug in and play amp. You will never have to worry about blown valves or burnt out capacitors and the like.
It’s as light as a feather…well not quite, but it’s a lot less than half the weight of most average 1x12 valve combs…. Brilliant for carrying to gigs.
At this price, you’re getting really close to boutique valve amp tone for cheap solid state money. ……. But there is nothing cheap about the tones.
A fantastic amp. I’ve owned some of the very best hand wired valve amps, and this little CUB can compare well with any of them.

Highly recommended.
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Quilter Aviator Cub
Anonymous 03.12.2021
I have been looking for an alternative to valve technology for the past few years.
I'm now a solo performer so a mic'ed amp on stage is not practical.
Having tried IR technology in various forms which I wasn't satisfied with I tried a Koch Studiotone. It has a good cab sim and internal load box. I had very good results but I was still keen to find something that didn't use valves.
I purchased a Quilter Aviator Cub to try, which had a returns option.
It's a keeper, I'm very impressed. It works exceptionally well with Boss Gt100 and the Cab Sim is, to my ears as good through my PA as it is through the amp's speaker.
This is one of the best amp purchases I've made. It ticks every box for me
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Perfect alternative to tubes
Barkyshards 12.04.2021
I bought this because I'm getting on and my tube amp was too heavy and also inplay more at home now and need an amp that sounds good at low volume. That said I don't want to compromise on tone. I've tried the Fender tonemaster and Boss SS amps and they are good but I found the fender not so good with pedals. This amp sounds very close to the amps it is emulating (blackface and tweed inputs are particularly good) and works well with pedals. Sounds good at low volume and is light. Perfect.
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I love it
SidWick 22.08.2022
Very powerful and lovely sounding and very reasonably priced. You cant get better fender tones at this price. So glad that his amp exists, and i don't have to compromise with tone or spend a lot more money for fewer features and quality.
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