Soldano has unveiled the SLO-30, a downsized version of the company's legendary SLO-100 guitar amp.
The SLO-30 features the same Normal and Overdrive channels as its 100-watt predecessor - including independent Preamp (gain) and Master controls. Even the mini voicing toggle on the SLO-100's Normal channel is also duplicated.
The amp's tube selection includes five 12AX7 preamp valves and two 6L6s in the power amp section.
The SLO-30 has also been given a number of new features, including an improved noise floor with modern grounding, a tube-buffered effects loop, a depth control in the power section and front-panel channel switching through an onboard channel-select toggle switch.
The Soldano SLO-30 amplifier is available now for $2,699.99.
For more info on the amp, head on over to soldano.com.
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