Fargen Introduces the Mini Plex MK II Guitar Amplifier

December 9, 2011
img The Mini Plex MKII hand-wired tube amplifier delivers high-energy, cranked tube amp tone at whisper quiet volumes with a mixture of great tube amp design, world-class custom components that you won’t find anywhere else, and the amazing Kevin O’Conner Power Scaling technology. The power scaling circuit uses voltage manipulation (think variac) to control output volume and power tube overdrives without cutting high-end frequencies like an attenuator does, and allows you to run the amp anywhere from 12 watts down to below a 1/2 watt for the ultimate low volume jamming experience.
The Mini Plex MKII captures all of your favorite British high gain and classic rock tones with the help of our patented “Decade Switch” technology. The Fargen “Decade Switch” gives you 3 different classic sounds/gain structures and morphs between 3 completely different classic British preamp circuits … the JTM45, Plexi JMP, and JCM
        Fargen Mini Plex MK II Amp Features
    ▪    London Power / Power Scaling control 12 watts down to less than a 1/2 watt
    ▪    Custom Mercury Magnetics transformers w/4, 8, 16Ω  taps
    ▪    SoZo vintage style mustard capacitors
    ▪    Dual power tube sockets for use with any octal power tube(no re-bias)
    ▪    Uses EL34, KT66, KT77, 6550, 6L6/5881, 6V6 ECT
    ▪    The ability to mix and match any of the above tubes…(i.e. El34 + KT66)
    ▪    DC Filaments for ultra quiet operation
    ▪    1/8" aluminum chassis for the true vintage British amp sound
    ▪    New improved 3 position rotary decade switch that alters the circuit for true 60-70-80 Marshall Style tones. (JTM 45 / Plexi / JCM 800)
    ▪    Passive FX Loop
    ▪    Dimensions: 25" w x 11" h x 10" d
    ▪    Weight: 25 lbs.
    ▪    Output Power: 8-12 watts
    ▪    Tube Complement: (2) 12AX7, (2) EL34
    ▪    Will also run KT66, KT77, 6550, 6L6, 6V6, 5881
    ▪    Class – Parallel single-ended class A
    ▪    Front Panel Layout & Equalization – Decade, Volume, Master, Treble, Bass, Mid, Power Scaling
      For more information on this and other Fargen model visit www.fargenamps.com
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