The MT15 uses a pair of big 6L6 GC output tubes rather than the 6V6s or EL84s that would typically propel a 15-watter. L'égalisation est réactive, que ce soit sur le canal clean ou saturé. PRS MT 15 Mark Tremonti signature head review The Alter Bridge man's signature model proves to be one of the best low-wattage high-gain amps around £555; €553; $649; By Nick Guppy 31 May 2018. Our Verdict. Le PRS MT15 est surprenant de polyvalence. A real credit to its namesake and a serious threat to the competition, the MT 15 could well turn out to be PRS’s most popular amp yet. Shares. PRS MT 15 Mark Tremonti Signature Amplifier | Review - YouTube While the MT15 might be small, Tremonti and PRS have clearly designed the amp with the intent of punching above its weight (which is an almost feather-light 17.8 pounds) class. FEATURES The PRS MT 15 is rated at 15 watts of output, but because its power amp section features a pair of 6L6 tubes, instead of the usual 6V6 or EL84 tubes used for most compact amps, it delivers both tone and volume levels that can compete with many fullsize 50-watt heads — even though it employs smaller transformers and lower plate voltages. Pros Superb build. Il est largement typé High Gain, certes, mais avec un peu de patience et éventuellement quelques effets, vous pouvez le faire sonner beaucoup plus vintage 70's/80's qu'il n'est habituellement présenté.