Suhr Hedgehog 50 Single-Channel Amplifier Head Black w/Effects Loop & 4-Button Footswitch (Serial #JS3K8Q) USED

Suhr Hedgehog 50 Single-Channel Amplifier Head Black w/Effects Loop & 4-Button Footswitch (Serial #JS3K8Q) USED

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Condition: Item is subject to minor wear from use.


From Suhr:

Steeped in the classic, hot-rodded American tone tradition, the Suhr Hedgehog is designed to offer players the utmost in tonal versatility. The Hedgehog is a modern all-tube, 50 watt single-channel amplifier that features a cascaded overdrive section, four voicings, and a series/parallel effects loop – all of which are easily programmable.

The Suhr Hedgehog is a hot-rodded American sounding amp with modern features and flexibility. The Hedgehog’s unique ability to select and program overdrive, voicing and effects loop options offers players a myriad of clean and overdriven tones from a single-channel amplifier.

OUTPUT: 50 watts RMS
CHANNELS: Single channel with two modes and programmable tone buttons.
PREAMP TUBES: 4x 12AX7
POWER TUBES: 2x 5881
FRONT PANEL: Input, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Gain, Level, Master, Presence, Bright, Boost, Mid, Deep, Series, Mix, Store, On/Standby and On/Off
BACK PANEL: MIDI: Thru, In/FS, 2 x Speaker Outputs, Impedance Selector:(4Ω, 8Ω, & 16Ω)
Effects Loop: Return Level, Return, Send, Loop Level (INST/LINE), HT Fuse, Mains Fuse and Mains Input Inlet
FOOTSWITCH DIMENSIONS: 22 ⅝ ” (W) x 10.5” (D) x 9” (H)
WEIGHT: 44lbs
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DK
08/03/2020
David K.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Suhr Hedgehog 50

Overall great sounding versatile amp with some cool features. Can nail some dumble-esque blues tones. Sounds a bit blocky through V30s but hopefully the matching cab will fix that. My only complaint is that the channel storage doesn’t seem to apply to the gain knob which is pretty goofy imo. Great service from CME though.