Carol Ann Amps Revo 1 MKII Head - 50 watt, Marshall Jubilee-style Tube Guitar Amplifier - NEW!
Carol Ann Amps REVO 1 MKII Head
Tube Effects Loop!
50 watt Tube Guitar Amplifier!
The new REVO 1 MKII from Carol Ann Amps is an updated version of the original REVO model. The REVO is a true rock amp that is fantastically capable of tones ranging from timeless classic rock, through more modern, higher gain raucousness. Think of it as a refined, modern day 'Jubilee' inspired amp. The unique gain structure helps preserve the dynamic range, keeps noise to a minimum and emphasizes the harmonic content of each note - All without sounding overly bright or harsh. Think modified JMP / Trainwreck with "tight but crushing low end" and the same master volume circuit used in the OD2 and Tucana amps. The tone controls are also extremely effective and with each one set at 12 O’clock, the amp is perfectly pre-set to through any mix. It just isn’t possible to dial in a bad tone from this all tube guitar head. This is the ultimate Rock and Roll amplifier! INSANELY GOOD TONE! Extremely versatile for a single channel amp too. Want a cleaner sound? Just roll back on your volume control. Want more gain? Just roll back up! Now included as an added bonus is the exceptional AutoBiasMon system.
Features of the 50 watt Revo-1 MK-II Head from Carol Ann Amps
- 50 watts All Tube Power
- 2x EL34 Power Tubes
- 3x 12AX7 Tubes
- Gain, Level, Treble, Middle, Bass, Master & Presence Controls
- Effects Loop w/ Send and Return Jacks
- AutoBiasMon Bias Control w/LED (Green means it’s good to go)
- 8 & 16 Ohm Speaker Outputs
Weight and Dimensions of the Carol Ann REVO-1 amplifier
- 21” width
- 10” height
- 10” depth
- 39 lbs
AutoBiasMon system details
One of the most unique features of the SD-60 head from Carol Ann is the new AutoBiasMon system. This new system takes the previous BiasMon system to the next level with automatic biasing, tube state indication, low voltage controlled Standby Switch as well as the ability to select different tube types to run in the amplifier. The user interface for this system is very simple, just a single 'Calibrate' button and a multicolor LED, both located on the back panel. While each model is designed to run and sound its best with the stock / recommended tube type, others can technically be installed and not cause any problems. HOWEVER - The changing of tube types requires removal of the chassis from the amplifier and should only be done by experienced users. The system also monitors the condition of the power tubes giving the user early warning for impending tube failure.