ZT Amplifiers packs a new Lunchbox with Reverb Combo Amp and Cab II
A lunchbox amp with 100 Watt RMS Class D output
The brand new ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Reverb Combo Amp and matching Cab II replace the company’s Lunchbox combo amp that launched ten years ago.
ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Reverb Combo Amp
The original ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox provided guitarists with fairly high output in a compact, portable combo amp format. The new 2019 Lunchbox Reverb is a complete redesign of the original model, ZT says, with increased output, expanded tone controls and added reverb.
It comes in a refreshed new look featuring the trademark “swoop” grill of the ZT Custom Shop line and a durable metallic silver gloss painted finish. You now get dedicated controls for Gain, Bass, Treble, Volume, and Reverb.
The amp has 100 watt RMS Class D output as well as a headphone output, a handy speaker-emulated DI Outpu plus an Internal Speaker Mute. There’s also a useful Extension Speaker Output for that new Cab II.
ZT Amplifiers Cab II
ZT has designed the new matching Cab II as a partner for the Lunchbox Reverb. It’s a passive cabinet loaded with the same custom-designed 6.5” speaker as the Lunchbox Reverb combo amp. Both new models will be assembled at ZT’s Benicia, California headquarters, so expect USA build quality with these new products. They certainly pack a lot of punch and have plenty of usable features. If you’re on the market for a compact amp for travelling musicians, this should be on your radar.
RRP – Lunchbox Reverb USD 399 and Cab II USD 149 both due out July
Well they’re only assembled in the US ( Chinese parts I presume)
Not really built in America so I don’t think buyers should expect US built quality