Quilter Labs Unveils New Aviator Cub Combo Amp
This 1x12 solid state combo aims to recreate the sounds of Fender's 1960 Tweed, 1962 Blonde, and 1965 Black Panel amps.
Quilter Labs has unveiled its new Aviator Cub combo amp.
A 1x12, 21-pound amp with 50 watts of power – courtesy of an Eminence speaker – the Aviator Cub features three solid-state voices, each of which takes after a different Fender combo: a 1960 Tweed, a 1962 Blonde, and a 1965 Black Panel.
Controls on the Aviator Cub come by way of a three-band EQ, limiter threshold, preamp gain level, a master volume control at the power amp stage, and a single-knob reverb section.
Elsewhere, the amp features a built-in effects loop and individual outputs for both line and headphone signals.
The Quilter Labs Aviator Cub is available now for $599.
For more info on the amp, stop by quilterlabs.com (opens in new tab).
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