ENGL Introduces the Invader II

January 21, 2014

The ENGL Invader II features an improved channel design with 2 Clean channels and 2 Overdrive channels, all switchable between a HI or Low Gain mode plus a Sound switch that changes the character per channel. That’s a total tonal variety of 16 basic sounds. As an option, ENGL offers the new ENGL Sound Wizard Module E-16. This module is a tone hunters dream come true. Inserted in the back of the amp, the module offers 12 sound options for all 16 basic sounds to customize and fine-tune the desired tones. 

  • •Channel 1: Bell like Clean to Class A Crunch
  • •Channel 2: Warm Clean to British 70ties Crunch/ Classic Rock
  • •Channel 3: / Rhythm to NU- Rock / Metal Rhythm/Lead
  • •Channel 4: Classic 80ties Hot Rod Overdrive to ENGL Invader Signature Leads.


  • •4 channels,  3stage EQs incl. logarithmic treble curve,
  • •Sound Switch for all channels
  • •Separate gain & volume controls for each channel
  • •HI / LO Gain switch for each channel
  • •Noise Gate with Threshold adjust
  • •2 parallel FX loops programmable via MIDI
  • •4 x ECC 83 / 12 AX 7 preamp tubes. 
  • •Tuner Out activated via Standby switch.
  • •Volume Ratio Control to balance volume between HI/LO gain modes.

Master Section:

  • •100 watts ( 4 EL 34 tubes)  
  • •Master A / B switch
  • •Presence & Depth Punch control for poweramp soundshaping
  • •Electronic Tube Protection circuit and Powertube Monitoring System.


  • •Midi IN / THRU, ENGL Z 9 Footswitch
  • •2 x ¼“ jacks for ENGL Z 4 footswitch
  • •2 x FX Send 
  • •2 x FX Return
  • •2 x FX Balance
  • •Speaker Outs, 2x4, 2x 8, 1x 16 Ohms
  • •Midi programmable functions at a glance storable on 128 Midi presets in any combination as needed:
  • •Channel switching
  • •Master A / B, Sound, FX Loop 1 & 2,Noise Gate, AmpMute
  • •Dimensions & Weight  71 x 27 x 29 cm, 21 kg
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