The sounds range from a stunning sparkling clean, to a pretty vintage sounding crunch (goes from SRV to AC/DC) and the typical Diezel mega-crunch of mode three in the first channel.
The lead, the unique sound of channel two, is fluid and is able to make you and your guitar sing, cry, scream or shout.
The Einstein head includes a test point for external biasing with a multimeter and a foot switch (for channel and master volume switching).
|Power:||50 or 100 Watt|
|Outputs:||1 for 16ohm load, 2 for 2 16ohm or 1 8ohm loads, and 2 for 2 8ohm or 1 4ohm loads.Recording compensated output|
|Channels:||2 independent channels. channel one has three modes (clean, texas, mega)|
|Tone Sculpting:||Each channel has treble, middle & bass. Master presence & deep|
|Volumes:||Two switchable master volumes|
|Loops:||Serial and mixable parallel|
|Tubes:||Preamp ECC83 - Poweramp KT77|
|Dimensions:||590W x 265H x 305D mm (inc. handle)|
|Shipping Size:||710W x 400H x 430D mm|
|Weight:||19kg - 50 Watt. 21kg - 100 Watt|
|Manuals available to download only and not included with your amplifier (paper saving environmentally aware).|
|Einstein manual (pdf)||Einstein biasing (pdf)|