20 Watts of pure American tube tone packed into a super versatile head/cab setup, this Tone King Imperial MKII is one of the most popular mid-powered Fender-style amps on the market.
What To Know
The Tone King Imperial MKII is the leader of the pack when it comes to boutique Fender-inspired amplifiers. This gently used Head and 1x12 Cab setup offers up some serious tone along with an incredible level of versatility by way of the Ironman Attenuator circuit. Here's what Tone King has to say about their most popular amp:
Though labeled Rhythm and Lead, the Imperial MKII’s dual foot switchable channels could very well be called Blackface and Tweed. The higher-headroom Rhythm channel speaks with the crystal-clear body and presence of the mid-60’s most popular amps. The Lead channel brings on the spongy midrange response and sustain of the most bellowed 50’s designs. Both feature straightforward tone shaping controls, for awe-inspiring tone on any setting. The tube-driven spring reverb and bias-modulated tremolo nail the sound and feel of classic vintage amps.
The Ironman II reactive power attenuator gives Tone King amplifiers increased flexibility for any gig, session, or rehearsal. And thanks to its reactive load technology and HF Compensation, it does it while always maintaining your cranked amp tone and feel.
Every Tone King combo amplifier is outfitted with a 12” Eminence speaker, voiced to deliver the top-shelf tone our brand demands. As soon as you hit your first notes, you’ll experience the detailed overtones, warm lows, and vocal-like mids all displaying pristine sonic detail.
Condition: Excellent. Very low hours of use with no distinguishable wear. Sounds and works perfectly.