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Morgan AC20 Deluxe Head Driftwood

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    Another hand-built powerhouse from Joe Morgan! The AC20 Deluxe was created to solve modern guitar player amplifier issues with the ability to stay true to vintage tonality. It is equally at home in the studio or on the stage, and it absolutely nails that early 60s British vibe. When we first plugged it in, we noticed the tremendous clean headroom, versatile and responsive EQ switches, and its propensity for pairing with pedals. However, Morgan clearly realized that without a solid foundation, effects don't mean much of anything. The amp is snappy and extremely articulate, with a robust and powerful clean tone that easily rivals the classics. With plenty of high-end tube power on tap, the AC20 offers enough volume for any application, and kicks into a nice, even breakup at higher volumes. It couldn't be more straightforward; just plug in, dial in your tone and rock out with this compact, super lightweight all-around tone machine.

    Power: ¼ - 20w variable (tube)
    Three modes – Normal/Brilliant/EF86
    Hand-wired in the USA
    2x EL-84 power tubes
    2x 12AX7 preamp tubes
    1x EF86
    Power Level control
    Global Cut – removes high frequencies from the power section
    Bright switch
    Bass Cut Switch
    Switchable EF86/12AX7
    2x8 ohm 1x16 ohm outputs
    Custom USA made Mercury Magnetics transformers


    Be sure to check out the video demo!

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    • Morgan AC20 Deluxe Demo
      After owning this amp for a year, I finally got around to doin...

    Morgan AC20 Deluxe Demo

    After owning this amp for a year, I finally got around to doing a proper demo video. Its a total workhorse and Ive been using it for a ton of different gigs lately. Everything from small clubs to large church gigs, recording sessions and on the road with my band. Gear Used: Morgan AC-20 Deluxe (duh) Fender 52 Hot Rod Telecaster (Modded with Lollar Special T bridge pickup & Emmerson Custom 3 way control plate) 2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom Fender John Mayer "Black1" Stratocaster Eventide Space Strymon TimeLine Strymon Ob.1 Shure SM57 Aventone CV-12 Recorded through a 1979 Ramsa 840 console into Pro Tools 11
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