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Date Listed 16-Nov-16
Price
$1,000.00
Address Kingston, ON K7P1C7
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For Sale By Owner

The Hundred/CLs unique Gain Stacking feature allows you to pre-select the number of gain stages utilized in a selected channel to achieve the desired amount and type of gain. This is one of the reasons why Fryette high gain channels produce as much or more gain than other designs with a lot less noise, hum and microphonics. The Hundred/CL blasts out an incredibly loud 100 watts. On PITTBULL series amplifiers this feature is activated by the HI GAIN switch on the front panel.

Dual-Class mode is an exclusive design feature that determines power tube operation: In Class AB all 4 power tubes operate in Class AB Mode. In Dual-Class Mode the 2 outside power tubes are Cathode Biased while the inside 2 remain in Class AB. This produces a fatter midrange and smoother top and bottom end response while minimizing heat and maintaining better overall tube life expectancy than normally obtainable with all four tubes Cathode Biased.

For 100 watt fanatics, the 100CL combines VHT's 2 most popular preamp voicings with an EL34 power package. It offers Gain Stacking, footswitchable boost and series/parallel effects, a Class A mode switch and a rectifier mode switch give you numerous tonal options, and 6L6/EL34 switch so you can go to 6L6 punch from EL34 crunch by changing the tubes and flipping the switch to Rebias.

This amp will melt your face off.

Comes with a heavy vinyl cover and foot pedal. It's missing the tolex on the front of the amp. This is strictly a cosmetic thing and doesn't affect the playability whatsoever.
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