Aviator Cub US
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo facing diagonally to the left
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo facing away diagonally to the left
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo facing away diagonally to the right
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo facing diagonally to the right
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo rear view
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo left side
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo right side
Quilter Labs Aviator Cub Guitar Amplifier Combo top view

Aviator Cub US

Regular price$749.00
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The Aviator Cub represents our most advanced single channel combo amplifier. After careful sourcing and testing, we packed in three historical treasures: a '60 Tweed, a '62 Blonde, and a '65 Blackface. Unleashing them is as easy as plugging into the era you want to play in. Built for speed, the Aviator Cub is as powerful as it is lightweight and economical.

Combining forces with world class speaker manufacturer Eminence, we developed a super sonic 12 inch speaker that delivers all of the charm of classic low powered speakers, but with 50 watt power handling; a speaker that's first in its class. Whether you're after the mid-range power of a Tweed, the throaty yet bell-like Blonde, or the scooped mid-range and silky highs of a Blackface, the Aviator Cub delivers it all without ever breaking a sweat.

 

Aviator Cub Voices

Tweed

Blonde

Black


Blonde recorded from Line Out


All audio clips were pulled from RJ Ronquillo and Jay Leonard J’s videos.

Don't take our word for it

★★★★★

Received my Aviator Cub yesterday. Loving the tone of the amp. So compact and lightweight too. Sounds a lot like my old deluxe. This is a keeper!

Nicholas T.

Toronto, Canada

★★★★★

New Aviator Cub is unbelievable!!! Very tube like amp. Tweed setting is out of this world!!!

Sheldon F.

San Diego, CA

★★★★★

The Quilters sound great, they sound the same from the second you turn them on and stay right there, and I’d be hard pressed to tell the difference between the Quilter and a Fender tube combo once I hit a pedal.

Joe A.

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