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    Quilter Aviator Ultralight Eight Guitar Combo Amplifier

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    Product Description

    Perhaps the ultimate sleeper, the Aviator Ultralight Eight might rank highest in the power versus portability ratio. Don't underestimate this little guy. It keeps up with most 40-60 watt 12" tube amps easily and has enough low end to leave you slack jawed in awe. The Aviator “ultralight” is a fully enclosed cabinet with an 8" high output full range driver. It is in a word a breath-taking tone and power that will keep on surprising you day after day, gig after gig. Quilter Labs has advanced the state of the art. It just may be time for you to take a test flight.

    Quilter Aviator Ultralight Eight Combo Amp Features

    • Portable
    • Powerful: 100 watts per channel
    • Reliable: Won't degrade or breakdown
    • Consistent: Tone sounds great at any volume
    • Flexible: Works with any impedance extension speaker or even without a speaker
    • Tone: The Aviator is changing the game. Already on several national tours, the Aviator is quickly - becoming a tone standard.
    • Includes a high impact nylon ballistic cover to protect your investment
    • Built in America: Made in Costa Mesa, CA from mostly local suppliers
    • Conforms to U.S. airline carry-on limits

    Product Specifications
    Quilter Aviator Ultralight Eight Guitar Combo Amplifier Specifications
    • Speaker: Celestion TF08188 in. cone, 1.75" voice coil, 8 ohms
    • Cabinet: Vinyl wrapped birch plywood
    • Dimensions: (H x W x D) 14.5”H x 17.2”W x 8.4”D (368x437x214mm)
    • Weight: 22.6 lbs. (8.5 kg)
    • Optional Footswitch: Avaitor FC2-2
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  714-519-6114 Warranty:  3 Years
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    As good as others have claimed!
    Product Rating
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I got the Aviator 8" from AMIS this a.m. & have been playing it ever since with different guitars: Fender Tele, Strat, and Epi semihollow with Duncan Antiquities. Despite the 8" speaker this amp is loud, with surprisingly good bass response. Clean channel #1 (think Fender DR clean) tone control is very responsive. Reverb and dwell on both channels. (The reverb sounds 'metallic' & digital past around 9 o'clock, which is a 1/2 star deduction; I may not have the hang of it yet, though.) Nice crunch on the gain channel (#2) but not as responsive with pick attack as a Wampler Tweed '57 pedal, but amp alone might do in a pinch. No concerns about volume; if you come up short use a cabinet. The YouTube videos represent the amp's sound accurately, except I was able to dial in a better jazz guitar tone (Polytone-esque). As of 4/15 Quilter's website indicates that this model is out of production, so you might want to jump on this deal now if you play mostly clean or with a bit of hair.
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    great li'l baseline amp
    What is your opinion of this product?
    the first one I received had a defective speaker connection. I had a gig that weekend and didn't have time to wait for ams to deal with it. I'd heard about Quilter's awesome cust sevc, so I called the company direct for possible solutions. They were great! Owner, Pat Quilter, met me at their SoCal headquarters to swap out for a brand new amp on my way to my gig! My hat's off to Pat, Chris and Nichole at Quilter for unheard of customer service. Amp performed way beyond expectations for a sub-30# combo. Pristine clean headroom, way louder than I generally need to be, and this was an outdoor gig. Reverb has level AND dwell and go from blues to over the top surf wash. I mostly use the clean side and use my great pedals for dirt, etc. also a great grab n go amp with just amp/guitar/cable/foot switch for jams. Gain left of noon for nice blues, or dime for fuzz-like tones. It's not a fender, cox or Marshall, but I leave those at home now...and my back and ears love it! Thanks Quilter!
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