Over the past few years, Egnater Amps have been creating a number of unique amplifiers, including the Rebel series and, most recently, the 15-watt Tweaker amp. I’ve played each of these amps, and they are quite versatile. For example, the original Tweaker amp provides a lot of options and voices for tweaking the amp, hence the name.
One of the newest amps in the Egnater line is the Tweaker-40, which expands on the original Tweaker by increasing the wattage to 40 watts, using 6L6 tubes instead of 6V6, and adding a second channel. I was thinking about buying a new amp recently, and the Tweaker was one of the few that I was looking at based on the number of voices that are available from the amp. I found the lack of a second channel to be a bit of a detractor. I’m glad to see that the Tweaker-40 adds a second channel, which is also footswitchable. These options make an already versatile amp even more versatile.
If you’re in the market for a versatile and affordable amp, I’d recommend checking out the Egnater Tweaker and Rebel series of amps.