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Based on El Diablo 100 watt tube guitar amplifier, Genz Benz is expanding the line with the new El Diablo 60 combo and head. Both models feature:
The El Diablo 60 runs on two EL34's but will accommodate 6L6's as well. It will operate at 60 watts PENTODE or switch to 30 watts TRIODE mode. With a flick of a switch, the 30-watt TRIODE setting not only reduces the output power, but also produces a fuller and fatter tone with a more dynamic response and darker complexity from its increased output tube breakup.
The El Diablo 60 is available in a single 12" combo version (El Diablo 60-C) as well as two head only versions. A black front head version (El Diablo 60) is available along with a grille cloth front version (El Diablo 60-TS) designed to match the company's new Tribal Series guitar enclosures.
All El Diablo 60 models are now available along with the new Tribal Series guitar enclosures.
For more information, visit their web site at www.genzbenz.com