Guitar Head amplifier
Vladimir Poljushchukovsky, a St. Petersburg developer and manufacturer of guitar equipment, created his 100-Watt guitar amplifier Heavy Duty in 1990.
The model was renamed to
P-100 PETEЯSBURG, as Mario Pellarin suggested, to make the brand sound more
Russian and it was decided to use the red-yellow trademark.
Soon afterwards the
P-100 PETEЯSBURG became popular among musicians all over the world.
In 2009 Vladimir Poljushchukovsky’s and Alexander Molchanov`s firm
TUBEVOICE restarted production of the legendary amplifiers.
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|Rated Power||100W RMS|
|Loaded speakers||4, 8, 16 Ohms|
|Features||Foot Switchable Channels|
|Preamp tubes||8 x 12AX7|
|Power tubes||4 x 6L6|
|Power Supply||115VAC/230VAC, 50/60Hz|
|Dimensions||740mm (W) x 240mm (D) x 265mm (H)|