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Traynor Quarterhorse 25 Watt Amp

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DH25H-2

Your Price: $129.00 CDN

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The completely unique QuarterHorse Stompbox Amplifier is a true two-channel 25-watt guitar amplifier in an ultra-compact stompbox format.

Perfect for rehearsals, small gigs, recording and convenient practice, the QuarterHorse amp delivers a full, uncompromised feature set in a package that literally can ride to the gig in the pocket of any standard guitar case or gig bag.

Two channel design delivers clean and lead tones. Channel controls include Clean Volume, Drive Gain, Drive Treble, Drive Volume. Micro-toggle switch selects either tape delay or tremolo effects with both effects having full control. Three integrated footswitches allow quick one-touch channel select, effect bypass or reverb bypass.

Standard 1/4-inch phone jack output allows simple direct connection to any typical 8-ohm guitar cabinet. Additional 1/8th-inch output TRS headphone jack doubles as stereo line out for recording or private practice.

Specifications:
Type: Guitar Amp Pedal
Power @ min. impedance (Watts): 25 watts @ 8 ohms / 15 watts @ 16 ohms
Inputs 1/4-inch phono
Channel 1 - Controls: Clean Volume
Channel 1 - Switches: Tremolo/Tape Delay select
Channel 2 - Controls: Drive Gain, Drive Treble, Drive Volume
Channel Switching: Yes
Master Volume Control: Yes
Master Outputs: 1/4-inch Speaker Out
Effects Loop / Location: No
Internal Reverb / Effects: Reverb / Tremolo or Tape Delay
LED Indicators: Channel; Effect Bypass; Reverb Bypass
Headphone Jack: 1/8-inch TRS Headphone/Line Out
Other Features: Effect Controls: Tremolo Rate/Tape Delay Time, Tremolo Depth/Tape Delay Repeats, Reverb Wet/Dry
Footswitch Function: Channel, Tremolo/Tape Delay Bypass, Reverb Bypass
External Power Supply: 24VDC, 2.1A
Dimensions (DWH, inches): 5.5 x 7.5 x 2
Dimensions (DWH, cm): 14 x 18 x 5
Weight (lbs / kg): 1.0 / 0.5

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Closest StoreKingston, Ontario
Here's an updated review from the one submitted last May. The amp is even better with a good equalizer in between the amp itself and the guitar. I purchased a Boss pedal equalizer which offers tremendous new sound shaping to the pedal amp. It allows adding more mids and upper high frequencies almost like a presence control would allow. In many ways, it is superior to the original EH Screaming Bird I first used when I purchased the amp.
Posted by Denis on Feb 7, 2019
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The Traynor Quarterhorse pedal amp is a wonderful item at a "won't be beat" price., It is loud enough for small gigs and perfect for home practice. Couple with a good cabinet, the amp covers most genre except brutal metal. I run the amp through a Traynor DHX12 cabinet (Celestion 12" greenback) an amazing cabinet on its own. With my Scremingbird treble booster, the amp is transformed into a superb 4 channels little marvel. I couldn't recommend it more. The products mentioned were all bought at Kingston L&M which has truly helpful and friendly staff.
Posted by Denis on May 31, 2018
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Closest StoreBelleville, Ontario
Great amp! Bought it in Belleville a while ago. Sounds very good with a good cab. With an equalizer or another type off boost/treble booster, It can generate a great sounds with both channels. By itself, it is also a very good sounding amp at an extremely affordable price. It beats most practice amps hands down unless it's a pricey all tube type. Thanks to the L&M staff in Belleville! Great service!
Posted by Pierre on Apr 15, 2018
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Closest StoreCalgary North, Alberta
I bought this on the recommendation of another L&M customer (unfortunately I never got his name) who said he'd bought one for his practices with the band and it great. So, in looking at what amps I need and want, I thought for the money I couldn't really lose. On the contrary - big win. Plenty loud enough for the rehearsal space and possibly more. This isn't a high gain monster that will hit you in the gut when chugging chords, but that's not what I play - nor would you expect that from this size of amp. But, I wasn't at full volume and it easily kept me loud enough to work with a drummer who wasn't exactly quiet. And the sound is quite good as well. The only reason I downgraded my ratings is that there isn't a decent tone stack on this, only a treble control for the drive channel. Using it with my Soul Food pedal came out a bit more mid-range heavy than I expected, I'll try my various pedals. The "Tape Delay" is kind of cool, although I found the notes (with over drive) were a bit muddy. But the tremolo option works very well, and I have a fleet of delay pedals anyways. Overall very very pleased with this amp that could fit on my pedal board - if I don't load it down with everything else.
Posted by Neil S on Apr 30, 2017
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i have a darkhorse hd & cab that i love, but late at night (early morn) even the .8 wt mode is too loud. i use the quarterH as a headphone amp. it handles pedals well. i have maxon od 808 & wampler 57 tweed & mxr carbon copy & tc electronics flashback (the single one). it sounds pretty great. does it sound like a dumble ? of course ! ( just kidding ). it sounds awesome for what it is. easy to carry back up to drive a cab. and no , i don't work for L&M or anybody. some of those guys can be cold,(not all, just maybe a boss ) ?
Posted by rudy oliver on Dec 4, 2014
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