The Pignose Legendary 7-100 is an authentic reissue of the 1971 Model 7-100, one of the first battery amps to help countless guitar students get the right sound, and one that can be found in the tour buses and studios of countless rock stars.
At the heart of the Legendary 7-100 guitar amp from Pignose is an analog solid state circuit. Straightforwardly managed via a volume knob in a stylish pig-nose design, the combo's single channel not only delivers harmonious clean sounds, but also a distinctive overdrive that turns out to be a secret weapon for recording sessions. In addition, the sound can be influenced by varying the opening width of the hinged cabinet. Another practical detail is the preamp-out connection, which outputs the guitar signal to a mixing console or audio interface.