Quilter ToneBlock 200 Guitar Amplifier Head

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    Product Description

    The Quilter ToneBlock 200 is a next generation guitar head powerful enough to take on even the most heavyweight amp, but light enough and small enough to cozy up on your board with your favorite pedals. With rack mounting options, you can even build the ultimate stereo amplifier for your rack modelers. With all the tone of Quilter Lab's next generation solid state technology, it is going to feel like you plugged into a tube amp. All analog, no emulation, just amazing tone.

    Quilter ToneBlock 200 Guitar Amp Head Features

    • 0 - 200 Watts of real world power with calibrated power markings
    • Gain, Master and Contour controls
    • 1/4" high impedance input
    • Dual 1/4" Mono outputs for variable loads 16 to 4 ohms
    • Proprietary direct out
    • 4 Pounds
    • 8 3/8"W x 3"H x 7 1/2"D
    • Ultra Compact (Roughly the size of a double wide effects pedal)
    • Universal power supply. (Take it anywhere in the world without need for transformers or switches.)
    • Locking power cable
    • Rack Mountable: Optional rack mounting kit for dual stereo rack mount operation
    Useful:
    The most power you have ever experienced in the smallest possible package. From the pedalboard to the rack, the Tone Block delivers on the promise of lightweight, next generation Quilter tone in the most diminutive of packages.

    Practical:
    From the Quilter proprietary direct out to the jaw dropping tube-like tone, never before has so much clean headroom been put into such a practical application. Set it up with your pedals or your rack mount effects to achieve incredible results effortlessly.

    Versatile:
    Use it anywhere, in any setting. It is everything you love about tube tone without the tradeoffs or hassles. Plug it in there in the studio through the direct out to record late at night. Then crank it into your favorite cabinets at the gig. All the while without giving up on your tone, your way through the front end you already love. Or just bring it along as a backup. Either way, there is no end to the ways the Tone Block has your back at every gig, every night, any place on the face of the earth.
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    Phone:  714-519-6114 Warranty:  3 Years
    JD
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    This thing sounds pretty amazing!
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    I've only had this for a little over a week but it sounds great by itself and even better through my pedal board which only contains a compressor, OCD, Fly Rig. I can't really turn it up anywhere near the 10w setting let alone 40 (which is really loud). At rehearsal last night it cut through a five piece band,and I got some pretty wicked feedback on my leads at a pretty low volumn. Clean crisp tones have made this my go to, replacing the Egnater Rebel 30 head that I still love. I'm going to put some guitar tracks on my new album this weekend and I'm sure this will make an appearance or two.
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    Rich724
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    One of the best amps I've owned
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I've been on a solid state amp quest for a few years now, reading reviews, watching video demos and decided Quilter was the way to go. I was looking for an amp that could match a Fender sound and I have found it. It can match other tone profiles but this is why I got it. Granted that I'm running the Tone Block into a 1x12 cabinet with an old Fender Special Design speaker that I took out of a 70's era Super Twin I had. Sounds great through a 2x12 with V30s I own as well. I've been playing for about 50 years and have had a few amps in my day with Fender as my favorites. The Tone Block will provide the baseline tone for your guitar then you add your "Best of Breed" pedals to the mix. Its also very portable that I can walk into a gig with all my gear in one stop. I actually look forward to hear the tone every time I fire it up. Small foot print so you can squeeze onto any stage. Highly recommended.
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    Dale
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    Excellent, Powerful, light weight Amp
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I LOVE this Amp! I have a Marshall Bluesbreaker, a Marshall DSL 100H, and an Acoustic 270. I no longer have to drag those Amps to Gigs, thank God. I use my pedal board, and that signal into the Tone Block does it perfectly for me. PLENTY of volume on tap, at the last Gig I had it set on 10 Watts the whole night. I really can't say enough good about it!! More people should give this Amp a try, it will surprise you
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    Chad
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    best solid state amp yet
    What is your opinion of this product?
    This is the best solid state amp I've ever played! The rms wattage is way underrated, this thing is seriously loud with amazing headroom. I have yet to find an amp that I like the tone of my pod hd500x through... until now. The combination of my hd500x with the tone block 200 is a tone monster. Don't get me wrong, the tone block by itself is a serious tone machine, but add your stomp boxes or modeling pedals and you have it all. It fits in the back of my 1x12 cabinet that I paired it with. You won't be disappointed, even with a single 1x12 (got tired of lugging half stacks and heavy 2x12 tube amps to gigs ) this thing simply sounds huge. The cabinet I am using is only 30 watts, but with the amp set at 10 watts, it easily keeps up wroth my band, and we have a full horn section and a heavy handed drummer. Get it, you'll love it, it will be money very well spent!
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    Kenny H
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    Sweeet Amp Head With Big Boy Power!
    What is your opinion of this product?
    If you are looking for a small but powerful, simple, easy to use amp for your multieffect pedal or for a pedalboard and you don't need an effect loop, this is the ticket. It has simple controls just like the orange terror amps except Quilter goes even further and makes their controls with little detents, so as you turn them, they stay put and won't move from vibration, like some other low friction potentiometers. I love the locking power cable and the option to run straight to a PA mixer via the XLR out jack. Being able to use different speaker impedances is a nice feature also. Plus, with its switching power supply, you can pretty much play wherever you want to play with it and not worry about voltages.
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    Kevin
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    Prepare to be impressed
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I play with a band that the songs range from fender cleans to dual rectifier dirt and everywhere inbetween. With the right pedals out front...which this little powerhouse takes beautifully, is capable of taking it all in stride. I purchased this amp to be able to have the same tone in the studio as I have at home and by having a cabinet at both places it's never been easier. The small footprint makes it possible to throw my pedals and amp in my backpack grab my axe and go. If you're worried about how loud it gets...don't be. My bass player plays a Mesa boogie full stack, drummer is very heavy handed and I haven't pushed it past 10 watts and easily cut through the mix. The other wonderful thing is my tone stays the same at 1 watt all the way to 200...makes practice at home much easier (playing a 100 watt all tube head while the wife and child sleep and getting a good tone is impossible but not the case with the tone block) overall I'm incredibly pleased with my purchase...even our lead guitarist is now saving for one after taking mine for a test drive.
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    Kevin
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    Have your cake and eat it too
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    I'm a tone guy. I first learned about the Quilter Tone Block 200 by watching Gino Matteo on YouTube. One of the things that has always been difficult is maintaining consistent tone and juggling different tube amp heads for relative tone and volume. This amp seems to respond well to my TS808 and OCD pedals. Do yourself a favor and check this amp out if you have a change.
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    Michael Renfroe
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    The real deal
    What is your opinion of this product?
    There is a reason this amplifier has all five star ratings. it is that good. If you are looking for a digital Power amp for guitar sounds - you don't have to worry about whether or not this amp will do the job. I paired mine with the ISP Theta Pro and Low capacitence cables. The sound is good enough to eat.
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    PA Davis
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    THE PERFECT AMP!
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I've had a lot of tube amps. High dollar amps and low dollar amps. Couple thousand to a couple hundred. Realistically this thing is as close to perfect as it gets. It can sonically cover pretty much all the major ground ever created. If you need a real-world loud(seriously... It is capable of being hurt you loud) and light(a couple pedals, its literally on my pedalboard mini) solution and you have a couple tone shaping pedals, these are perfect. I can't think of any situation where one of these wouldn't be a good thing to have around. Sure, stuff 3 to 10 times as much is going to sound better in the room with you but in real situations, this thing way more than sounds good. Throw a few pedals in front of this, put it through a good cab, and have fun!
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    Greg Dawson
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    "Clean and clear toneful power"
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I just received my ToneBlock thru AMS. All I can say is it lives up to the hype. I have always looked for amps that make clean, clear, loud power (loud drummers). I use handmade distortion pedals to do the dirty work. I roll the gain control towards line level to get maximum clean, then adjust the power to comfortable levels. I don't use the Toneblock's overdrive at all, in fact I've never even tried it. If your looking for a way to amplify your pedal board into a cabinet--this is it. I mounted my Toneblock into an old Traynor vocal pa monitor; changed the pa speaker with a Celestion Vintage 30 and we're in business. It fits up into the port where the horn was. Works slick for gigs-sound at your feet. I can't say enough about the Toneblock. The eq knob is all ya' really need. It lives up to it's claims. Buy it you'll be happy with it.
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