Hartke Intros Guitar Head and Three Guitar Combos

March 1, 2005

With 100-Watts of power behind a 2-channel tube pre-amp, users get power to spare. The GT100 features a classic 12-AX7 tube pre-amp section with independent channel gain controls, bass and treble controls for channel 1, bass, mid and treble controls for channel 2. Variable spring reverb, effects send and return jacks, 1/4” stereo TRS CD input jack, 1/4” headphone jack, and a rear panel footswitch. Professional features and classic internal circuitry make the GT100 a serious performer.

The Piggyback will blow the doors off a guitar rig twice its size. This mini-stack combo is a compact powerhouse with 60 Watts, 2-channels, a classic 12-AX7 tube pre-amp section and tons of tone control. Independent channel gain controls, bass and treble controls for channel 1, bass, mid and treble controls for channel 2, variable spring reverb, effects send and return jacks, 1/4” stereo TRS CD input jack, 1/4” headphone jack, and a rear panel footswitch. Below the head is the sealed back GH60 speaker cabinet. Loaded with four custom-designed, high-output 8-inch drivers, the GH60 reproduces sharp, clear clean tones, and rocks driving distortion tone with intensity and depth.

The new Hartke combos come in two versions combining specially designed cabinets and speakers with the new Hartke 2-channel, tube pre-amp sections. The GT100c features the 100 Watt amp section driving two 12-inch speakers specially designed for high output and killer tone. The GT60c is a 60 Watt Combo driving a single 12-inch speaker with all the presence and tone you’ll find in a classic amplifier design. The GT100c and GT60c combos make the Hartke guitar sound portable without hauling around a full stack, perfect for club dates or tracking in the studio.

For more information on the complete line of Hartke guitar amps, combos and cabinets visit www.hartke.com.

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