At Sweetwater now you can get $40 off a Hughes & Kettner 25-watt Nano amp in this pre-Black Friday deal.
Measuring a diminutive 7.4 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches (w/h/d) these tube-style guitar amplifiers are small enough to fit into a gig bag.
Weighing less than 2.5 pounds these cool rock ‘n’ roll gadgets are available here in three distinct flavors: Spirit of Vintage, Spirit of Rock, and Spirit of Metal – all rated at an impressive 25 watts.
Though a handy headphone output has been included, with speaker outputs ranging from 4 to 16 ohms you can actually power a fully-sized 4x12 cabinet with one of these giant killers!
Hughes & Kettner Nano Amps: $40 Off
Sweetwater have lowered the price on their range of Hughes & Kettner 25-watt Nano amps down to $199 in this Black Friday-worthy deal – meaning you can make an instant saving of $40. These awesome little gadgets are small enough to fit into a gig bag and come in three different variations evoking the Spirit of Vintage (pictured), the Spirit of Rock, and the Spirit of Metal.
From psychedelic cleans to blues-breaking crunch, the Spirit of Vintage (pictured) delivers the full gamut of Woodstock-era tones without digitizing your signal. And how does it achieve this? It’s called the bionic Spirit Tone Generator, and it actually mimics a tube amp’s topology via analog components.
From ripping leads to edgy riffs, the Spirit of Metal delivers classic and modern metal tones. Tubes get all the glory, but every component in a tube amplifier plays a huge role in the final sound, and the Spirit of Metal's Spirit Tone Generator deploys the components that are necessary to re-create the sound of a raging metal amp.
And from thunderous riffs to soaring solos, the Spirit of Rock delivers everything from classic British crunch to the coveted brown sound.
If you’re looking for more great deals like this then check out our Black Friday Guitar Deals page where you can browse hot bargains on all kinds of guitar-related products.
Rod Brakes is a music writer with an expertise in all things guitar-related. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a journalist covering artists, industry pros, and gear includes writing hundreds of articles and features for the likes of Guitarist magazine, MusicRadar, and Guitar World, as well as contributions for specialist books and blogs. He is also a lifelong musician.
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