The Street Sweeper MkII’s highly sculptable loud & clean sound makes it the perfect platform for pedals. And thanks to the new attenuator-like Loudness control, the Street Sweeper transitions smoothly into classic dynamic power-amp overdrive that can be obtained at any volume level. Couple this with the unique foot-switchable 4-knob dual reverb section, the Street Sweeper is the reverb junkie's dream.
The new 4-way rotary Voice switch lets you alter the amp’s overall voicing, and shift the frequency response of the 3-band EQ. Position 1 (most counter-clockwise) provides classic balanced American clean tones with open mids and round lows; Position 2 adds treble brilliance to the voicing of Position 1, great for darker pickups; Position 3 adds gain and low-mid emphasis, great for thickening vintage style single coils; and Position 4 adds gain and both lower and upper midrange for a British-voiced tone with plenty drive on tap.
The signature dual-reverb section gives unparalleled flexibility in true tube-driven spring reverb. Each reverb section has a dedicated "Level" and "Color" controls, allowing you to perfectly shape the two independent reverbs. The Level controls set the amount of overall reverb, adding subtle dimension or completely drenching the signal in lush reverb. Each Color control varies the reverb tone from dark and smooth to bright and lively. The Street Sweeper's reverb can be remotely controlled by its two-button footswitch, allowing you to switch between your two independent reverb settings, or bypass for a dry, unaffected tone. No need for extra digital pedals to fake another distinct true spring reverb sound.
The Street Sweeper’s MkII's unique attenuator-like Loudness control allows you to dial in cranked power-amp crunch at any volume, and is bypassed while fully clock-wise, providing maximum headroom and non-master volume type operation.
Like all our amps, the Street Sweeper MkII is available in 50W, 100W, or 200W, and can be fitted with our new ultra-transparent series Ghost effects loop*.
*Note: Because of Street Sweeper's unique attenuative Loudness control, it is not the best candidate for the Ghost Loop. Time-based effects (delay, chorus, etc.) will have the same clarity run into the front end of the amp.
For even more info, check out the user manual here.
All sound samples recorded using a sealed 4x12, loaded with Celestion V30's and G12H-150's in an
X-pattern. Each speaker is mic'd on axis, just off the dust cap with a Shure SM-57. Overdriven samples are double-tracked and panned. V30 is panned left and G12H-150 panned right on all samples. No post-processing. Click on the panel diagram below each sample to see the settings used. Headphones recommended for detailed listening. Enjoy!