Is the Koch Twintone III a good AMP?
As the enclosure is slightly bigger, the amp has a deeper and warmer low-end, but still gives you a that well defined and open sound from its earlier versions. Its compact size and relative light weight disguise the power, versatility, and ease of use this amplifier has to offer.
How many speakers does a Twintone III have?
Two EL34 Power Tubes supply 50 watts of power which can be used to drive the combo speaker on its own or in combination with any of the Koch extension speakers. The Twintone III has five speaker jacks for connecting 4, 8, and 16 Ohm speaker-cabinets and/or the internal combo speaker.
What kind of power does Koch amps have?
For the first time in 30 years, the Dutch amp manufacturer Koch presents an amplifier with 6V6 power tubes. With this, they want to tie in with the classic small US combos of the 50s and early 60s, but without sacrificing any contemporary upgrades.
What is bright clean input on Twintone III?
The ‘Bright Clean’ guitar input trims the mids somewhat for humbucking pickups and makes sure the pure tone of the Twintone III is available for all types of guitar pickups. Also new are the two separate footswitchable Master Volumes on the front panel: Rhythm and Solo Volume.
How many Watts Does a Koch power amp have?
With its carefully applied red, cream and extra-thick Koch Custom vinyl cover, delineated by black piping, the Ventura V20 looks visually stunning. The two-channel amp delivers 20 watts and is equipped with a 12″ speaker, serial FX loop and speaker simulating jack output, which is also influenced by the sound characteristics of the power amp.
What kind of vinyl cover does Koch amps use?
With this, they want to tie in with the classic small US combos of the 50s and early 60s, but without sacrificing any contemporary upgrades. With its carefully applied red, cream and extra-thick Koch Custom vinyl cover, delineated by black piping, the Ventura V20 looks visually stunning.