Carvin USA X100B Series IV 100-watt Tube Guitar Head Late 2000s w/Original Footswitch
Increasingly sought after for their affordable US-built all-tube tone, X100B series tube amps were a mainstay on many arena stages and MTV videos throughout the 1980's and 90's. Artists such as Frank Zappa, Craig Chaquico with Jefferson Starship, Warrant, Warren Cuccurullo with Missing Persons, and Steve Vai all played X100B amps. Frank Zappa raved about the Clean channel on this amp. Steve Vai recorded a song called "Blue Powder" (available on his first solo release Flexable) featuring the X100B. The release of Series IV includes a master volume switchable to boost mode and a 4 button optional footswitch with LED indicators (Channel, Effects, Reverb, Boost). As a tribute to the original X100B amps, the new Series IV is badged with the vintage Carvin logo.
ALL-TUBE, 2 CHANNEL 100 WATT AMPLIFIER
TUBES: FOUR EL34 and THREE 12AX7
ACTIVE TONE CONTROLS
POWER OUTPUT SELECTION 100, 50 and 25 WATT SETTINGS
CHANNEL ASSIGNABLE GRAPHIC EQ
Notes: This Late 2000s Carvin USA X100B Series IV 100-watt Tube Guitar Head is in Excellent condition, part of a single-owner, climate controlled collection, with extremely light wear consistent with age and occasional home use. Includes original footswitch.
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