AMT TC-3 Tube Cake in original box.

Brand New unused pedal in original box. (the box is worn but has only been opened to take photos of the pedal, it comes from AMT's stock.)

The AMT Tubecake is possibly the smallest power amplifier on the market!!
Practically designed as a complement to the above-mentioned pedals that are around now. 3 watts in pedal form; adjustable in volume, presence and resonance (the low frequencies as a power amplifier can be adjusted here).

The AMT Tube Cake Amplifier Series pedals were designed to emulate the warm, tight and punchy sound of tube amplifiers without their drawbacks (cost, size, weight, maintenance).

The AMT Tube Cakes are compact units that will find a spot directly on your pedal board.

Your dream of running stereo amplifier heads can now be a reality at a fraction of the cost: many guitarists are running dual Tube Cakes as their main rig.

The TC-3 Tube Cake 3 Watt version is perfect for players looking for a more powerful amplifier than the TC-1: cleaner drive at lower volumes.

  • 18V DC voltage required at 500mA power consumption.
  • Cabinet output rating at 8 Ohm.
  • 3 Watts of amplification power
  • VOLUME controls the overall db sound level output of the amplifier.
  • PRESENCE adjusts the amount of "clarity" or "attack" of the amplifier.

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • TC-3 Tubecake 3-Watt Power Amp

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