The ultimate portable amp!
The Pignose 7-100 guitar amp is the answer to the worldwide demand for a quality, economical and completely portable amplifier.
It’s powered by six AA batteries (or by an optional AC adapter).
The Pignose 7-100 gives the electric guitar the same mobility as the acoustic, and it weighs only five pounds!
The powerful little Pignose, with that distinctively funky Pignose sound, has been on call in countless recording studios, dressing rooms and backyards around the world since the 1970s.
Get tones from clean to pig-filthy with the turn of the coolest volume knob in the world! 

It’s a Practice Amp!
With a Pignose, you can practice anywhere at any time.
It features a full array of tones from clean to crunchy.
 
It’s a First Amp!
The Pignose 7-100 combines economy with quality and will never outlive its usefulness when you buy up to bigger amps.
It will always be handy for traveling and for working on quick ideas on the road.
 
It’s a Studio and Performing Amp!
The Pignose 7-100 sound is so good that many players use it as a preamp in stage and studio performances.
This is done by sending the pre amp out signal to a bigger amp or PA or to the recording console.
 
Pignose 7-100 Portable Amp features:
• The Ultimate Portable Amp!
• Get tones from clean to filthy with a turn of the volume knob.
• Power: 5 watts.
• Speaker: 5".
• Batteries: 6 X AA batteries.
• Can be powered with a 9V DC power adapter.
• Dimensions: 6-1/4" x 5" x 9-1/2".
• Weight: 6 lbs.

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  • 7-100 Legendary Portable Amp
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