E-Wave Lead Guitar Combo Amplifier PAN 60 60W

KSh 49,000


PAN 60 60W guitar amplifier

out power :60W
effect: overdrive ,gain
Function: Input, clean: volume, channel
selection; overdreive: gain ,3 brand EQ;
Reverb, Aux in , headphone output .
Dimensions: 53*28*48CM
PAN 60

KSh 49,000

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PAN 60 60W guitar amplifier


guitar amplifier (or amp) is an electronic device or system that strengthens the electrical signal from a pickup on an electric guitar, bass guitar, or acoustic guitar so that it can produce sound through one or more loudspeakers, which are typically housed in a wooden cabinet. A guitar amplifier may be a standalone wood or metal cabinet that contains only the power amplifier (and preamplifier) circuits, requiring the use of a separate speaker cabinet–or it may be a “combo” amplifier, which contains both the amplifier and one or more speakers in a wooden cabinet. Here’s an overview of the working of a typical guitar amplifier:
  1. Input Stage:
    • The signal chain begins with the input stage, where the electric guitar is connected to the amplifier using a standard 1/4-inch instrument cable.
    • The input stage typically includes a high impedance input to match the output of the guitar’s pickups.
  2. Preamplifier (Preamp) Stage:
    • The preamp is responsible for the initial amplification of the guitar signal.
    • It often includes tone controls (such as bass, middle, and treble knobs) that allow the guitarist to adjust the frequency response of the signal.
    • Gain controls on the preamp adjust the amount of amplification applied to the incoming signal, affecting the overall level of distortion or overdrive.
  3. Tone Controls:
    • Tone controls, also known as EQ (equalization) controls, allow the guitarist to tailor the frequency response of the amplified signal.
    • Common tone controls include bass (low frequencies), middle (mid-range frequencies), and treble (high frequencies).
  4. Effects Loop (Optional):
    • Some amplifiers feature an effects loop that allows guitarists to insert external effects (such as modulation or time-based effects) between the preamp and power amp stages.
  5. Power Amplifier Stage:
    • The power amplifier stage amplifies the preamplified signal to a level suitable for driving the speakers.
    • It is responsible for providing the necessary power to drive the speakers and produce sound at a sufficient volume.
  6. Output Transformer (in Tube Amplifiers):
    • In tube amplifiers, there is often an output transformer that matches the impedance between the power tubes and the speakers.
  7. Speaker Output:
    • The final amplified signal is sent to the speaker(s) through the speaker output jack.
    • The type and configuration of speakers significantly impact the overall tone and sound projection.
  8. Master Volume Control:
    • The master volume control adjusts the overall output level of the amplifier, allowing the guitarist to control the volume without affecting the preamp gain.
  9. Power Supply:
    • The amplifier requires a power supply to provide the necessary voltage to operate its electronic components. This power supply can be solid-state or tube-based, depending on the amplifier type.
  10. Cabinet Design:
    • The amplifier is often housed in a cabinet, and the design of the cabinet, along with the type and arrangement of speakers, contributes to the overall sound and tonal characteristics of the amplifier.

PAN 60 60W guitar amplifier

out power :60W
effect: overdrive ,gain
Function: Input, clean: volume, channel
selection; overdreive: gain ,3 brand EQ;
Reverb, Aux in , headphone output .
Dimensions: 53*28*48CM

Key attributes

Industry-specific attributes


Type – guitar amplifier
Place of Origin – Zhejiang, China
Brand Name – E-wave
Model Number– PAN 60
color -Black

Packaging and delivery

Packaging Details : sandard exporting packing
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 55X55X30 cm
Single gross weight: 25.000 kg
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