Looking for great sounding valves for Rivera Sedona 100 amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Rivera Sedona 100 amplifier uses 5 x ECC83/12AX7 preamp valves and a matched quad of 6L6GC power valves. We recommend JJ valves for Rivera Sedona 100 amplifier. They offer a great tone at a very competitive price. You can order these singly or as matched quads or a full revalve kit. Order your valves for Rivera Sedona 100 below for same day dispatch.
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About the Rivera Sedona 100
First of all, the Rivera Sedona 100 was the world’s first all-valve Electric and Acoustic amp. It was designed in collaboration with Nashville fingerpicking legend Doyle Dykes. Most noteworthy, is the Rivera Sedona 100’s two independent and different preamplifier channels. Channel 1 is designed to produce optimum electric tones, clean or distorted. While channel 2 is tailored for electric or acoustic instruments. Due to the Rivera Sedona 100’s specially designed Tweeter it can reproduce an acoustic instrument’s sparkling harmonics. In addition, the Tweeter’s operation is linked to Channel 2 and is automatically disengaged when Channel 1 is selected.
The Rivera Sedona 100 has an anti-feedback equalizer. It also features a 6-spring Accutronics reverb. Another feature of the Rivera Sedona 100 is its built-in direct output. This has a level control and a pull switch for ground lift. An internal, high-fidelity 15″ JBL speaker reproduces full frequencies and gives great guitar tone. A single high-power Dome Tweeter adds definition to the high-end strings, especially on nylon or gut string instruments.
To conclude, if you’re looking for great sounding valves for Rivera Sedona 100 amplifier you’ve come to the right place.