Harley Benton launches the Mighty-15TH, a no-nonsense tube amp head
The budget-friendly amp features 12AX7 preamp tubes and two EL84 power-amp tubes
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Harley Benton has launched the Mighty-15TH, a no-nonsense tube head with a wallet-friendly price tag.
The Mighty-15TH is a single-channel amplifier outfitted with a pair of 12AX7 preamp tubes, two EL84 power-amp tubes and a 6E2 indicator tube. It can be run at either a full 15 watts or brought down to 7 watts.
The amp features a straightforward control section with knobs for gain and master volume, as well as a three-band EQ (bass, middle, treble). Although it doesn’t have any built-in reverb, there is an additional boost switch onboard.
The electronics are housed in a sturdy metal chassis with a grille on the front and back panels, and slots on the tops and sides for improved airflow. These should help to keep things cool for longer playing sessions.
As for ins and outs, there’s a single instrument input socket on the front panel, and three speaker outputs in the back at either 8 or 16 ohms.
The Mighty-15TH comes as the latest budget-friendly amplifier Harley Benton has put out this year. Earlier this month, it also launched the SolidBass line of solid-state bass amplifiers, and the G212A-FR, an active guitar cabinet ideal for players with digital rigs.
The Mighty-15TH is available now at £212, learn more at thomann.de
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