Adam Hall launches new Palmer Pocket Amp pedal

Adam Hall Palmer Pocket Amp MK2
Adam Hall Palmer Pocket Amp MK2

Adam Hall Palmer Pocket Amp MK2

A second edition of the guitar effects pedal offers an extended range of authentic tube amplifier tones and other improvements

erman MI wholesaler, Adam Hall announces the availability of a reworked Palmer Pocket Amp guitar amplifier replication effects pedal. In its new incarnation, the Pocket Amp MK 2 delivers an extended range of authentic tube amplifier tones from high-headroom ultra clean to maxed-out high-gain distortion.

A three-position selector switches between amplifier design, gain structure and loudspeaker mic’ing simulation the MK 2’s hot rodded circuitry allows the configuration of vintage and modern sounds, as well as your own, while high performance op amps provide superior S/N ratio. The Pocket Amp MK 2 sports master controls for drive and output level plus a two-band EQ that has been tailored for guitar applications.

Featuring a durable die cast aluminium enclosure with balanced XLR and unbalanced 6.35 mm outputs in addition to 3.5 mm AUX input and headphones jacks the Palmer Pocket Amp MK 2 is more than just the go-to tool for direct recording. It doubles as a practice amp, overdrive and distortion pedal, standard guitar DI box when bypassed and replaces your stage stage amp when used with a sound and monitor system. The Pocket Amp MK 2 works on a 9V battery or optional power adapter, like Palmer’s own PW9V.

Features include…

  • Technology: solid state
  • Input connectors: single 6.3 mm jack
  • Input impedance: 1 M OHM(s)
  • Output connectors: 3.5 mm TRS, 6.3 mm Jack and XLR
  • Output impedance: 510 Ohm(s)
  • Indicators: on / off
  • Controls: treble, mode, mic position, level, ground lift, drive, bass, amp select, gain
  • FX loop: no
  • Operating voltage: 9V DC power supply, 9V block
  • Cabinet material: die-cast aluminium
  • Dimension (W x D x H): 100 x 100 x 55 mm

The Palmer Pocket Amp MK 2 is available now at a suggested retail price of €109 (£81.95) and you can find more details at:

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