The Mr. Tater Head VSt plugin is another amp very much rooted in it’s Classic Rock roots, not that it won’t kick out the gain, it just prefers to be sitting in that ‘Vintage Crunch’ territory that a lot of the amps from this line do.
Probably the most interesting feature of Mr. Tater is the 3 different gain controls it has – separate controls for Bass Gain, Mid Gain and Treble Gain, as well as the standard Bass, Mid and Treble controls on it’s tone stack.
These extra gain controls mean you can really get in to shaping the sound of the saturation, it takes some tweaking, but you can get some really unique tones through altering the overall gain control and the 3 extra gain knobs.
Here at AcmeBarGig we can sometimes find ourselves wishing we had an extra day in the week to get stuff done and, while 7 days of Preampus Week has now came and gone, we thought we’d finish the Classic Hybrid line off with one more amp, I guess we just don’t dig odd numbers, or something weird like that.
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The Mr. Tater Head Crack For Windows is a four channel head that is part of the Classic Hybrid line, making it a two channel amp with a four channel transformer, giving it some nice size to work with.
It uses a set of Blackstar 12AX7s in the preamp stage and 2 pairs of 12AX7s in the power amp stages – one pair of 12AX7s going to the first channel, and another pair going to the second channel.
This design has become really popular over the last few years and has become a staple of the hybrid amp market, thanks to the sumptuous sound and size you get from it.
Mr. Tater’s features are a blend of all the things we love about this format – the smaller, cheaper and lighter weight, easy to drive and ideal for gigs and the little gigs in town, as well as being a solid amp for some not-so-obvious jobs.
It’s got a cool looking british flag design on it, with the tagline ‘Never a bore, always a pleasure’. I guess we’ve all been bored, somewhere along the line, but the Mr. Tater Head Crack For Windows is there to ease our pain with its unique, clean tone and musical feel.
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130W 4ohm at 8 Ohms or 220W 4ohm at 4 Ohms
4 Volume controls
Dual Power Supply and Dual Parallel Outputs
Triple 18650 Batteries Included
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Impressive ‘Dirty Blues’ guitar sound
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Solid wooden build
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Dual inputs for parallel connection
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If you thought you needed a 6, Mr. Tater Head comes in at just 4 channels, that’s almost half the size and quite frankly, it’s a pretty small thing, even for an amp this size.
The size is such that we find it very easy to just reach the controls, even when sitting in a small cubicle somewhere.
And while there’s plenty of features on the Mr. Tater Head,
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‘Mr. Tater’ is a hybrid amp that can sit either in a Bass Driver, as well as a standard speaker cabinet.
The design of the unit is somewhat in line with the Mr. Tower and is designed to be at home in either a Bass Driver or a Speaker cabinet.
The cabinet is constructed out of two halves with a Jack socket and preamp built in, the design can also be used as a bass cabinet or it’s own cabinet with a 6×10’ speaker.
The control arrangement is simple with a standard Bass, Mid and Treble control set, which is in line with the rest of the line up, the 3 extra gain knobs give the unit a little extra versatility and can be used to shape the overall gain, or just used to get some grit and chunky crunch.
We decided to use the Volume knob to control the overall gain, as we wanted a fairly consistent overall gain level through the unit, we didn’t want to worry about messing with it.
The first knob is the bass knob, here it is set to give a decent amount of gain to the bass, so it can be used for 1 way compressions as well as making use of the Unit’s built in bass preamp.
The second knob is the Mid Gain Control, we’ve set it here to give a medium amount of gain, again it will do compression work as well as keeping the lows in check.
The third knob is the treble knob, once again we’ve set it to give a medium amount of gain, it will keep the highs in check as well as doing a little bit of compression, and should work well for all your high gain needs.
Here we’ve set the Gain controls to give a fairly consistent amount of gain to each section, again we’ve set the Volume to control the overall gain level.
The sound of the unit is not too far from the Mr. Tater or Mr. Tower, and the sound is heavily based around the 3 gain knobs, being able to take advantage of both the Fuzz and the Bass and Mid Gain knobs to shape the sound to your liking.
The Mr. Tater is a solid little preamp and works well as a standalone unit, if you want the flexibility of a Bass and a speaker, or want to use it as a cabinet, the Mr. Tater could be your new preamp.
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Jack is for +/-50, Bass is for +50, Treble is for -50
RMS is: 6.6V x 1, 120V x 1, 10mA x 2
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I had to laugh at the description of this amp, it was a little bit of a mouthful to read, ‘Harmony’, ‘Modeling’ and ‘Paying’, but as I said, I just couldn’t find a way to call the hell out of this amp – what we should have called it is either ‘Hey Babe’ or ‘Lullaby’, but I couldn’t really find a way to make that work, so I settled on the ‘Mr. Tater’ title, it sort of fit and made sense.
Anyway, this amp I was sent for review comes in a small square box, the label of the box reads ‘Mr. Tater SEP Preamp’, it’s just a small box, with ‘35w x 2, 2 x 10w speakers’ printed on it and a little picture of Mr. Tater, and some information on the back of the box about this amp.
In the box we find the amp, 2 speaker cables, a set of 4 ‘build in’ speaker stands that make a nifty little 4 way stand (see the photos in this review), a 2 pin power connector, a manual, a micro USB to XLR adapter, a set of 3 head screws and a couple of washers.
As this is a SEP preamp, you’ll notice some interesting trimming going on in this amp, the input transformer, the trim pot and the plate and column transformer also get removed before assembly.
This amp is not super easy to assemble, it is made up of 3 different items, each with it’s own metal pin holding the transformer in, and all three need to line up in just the right way to get everything to fit together.
The first item is the input transformer, which in itself is fairly easy to put together, as it is just a basic toroidal transformer, you just get the
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