The 22 Caliber is a versatile 22-watt guitar head that fits in the palm of your hand. Just plug it into any 8- or 16-ohm speaker, and you'll get a big, sweet musical sound.
Crank the 22 Caliber's volume, and it'll go into overdrive -- like a vintage amp with a single volume control. Flip on the Bright switch to add some bite and definition.
It's not just a guitar head; it's a shrunken head, with all good voodoo.
John at Boynton demos the 22 Caliber Power Amp which delivers big sound and tone in a pocket-sized package.
All things are as they were, except you are there (well…kind of). 1978, Apple Computer was two years old, cell phonesâ€¦ what are they? And EHX introduces a state-of-the-art 200 Watt Slave Amp. If you happened to make it into the Electro-Harmonix Hall of Science at 150 West 48th Street in NYC, you’d see several up on stage.
Over three decades have passed, and EHX is still re-defining amplification, now with the 22 Caliber and 44 Magnum Power Amps that can actually fit in the palm of your hand!
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The Tone King shows off the ultra-compact 44 Magnum Power Amp. The 44 Magnum delivers the sweet tone of the popular 22 Caliber Power Amp, but with a bigger bang!
Whatsthatdudeplay.com is a popular music website with a focus on effects pedals. They just created their first ever “test drive composition” featuring the Electro-Harmonix 22 Caliber Power Amp, Cathedral Stereo Reverb, Deluxe Memory Boy Analog Delay with Tap Tempo, V256 Vocoder and Ring Thing Sideband Modulator.
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Electro-Harmonix is pleased to announce the new 22 Caliber Power Amp
, a versatile 22-watt guitar head that fits in the palm of your hand. Just plug it into any 4-, 8- or 16-ohm speaker, and you'll get a big, sweet musical sound.
Below is a quick video introduction from EHX engineering. The feedback toward the end is just guitar into a Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker into the 22 Caliber into a 1x12 speaker cabinet:
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