From Enrique Iglesias to Rihanna to Guns and Roses, Rich Fortus has played all over the world with a dizzying array of artists. A lifelong collector and vintage guitar and amp connoisseur, Rich knows tone. Watch Rich talk about how he uses his KHAN PAK II for just about any occasion.
The endless search for tone can be an expensive merry go round that often times ends leading players in circles. Here are some key questions to help guide you. Here are some questions to ask. Can your amp travel easily? Can your amp go line out direct without a cab? Does your amp sound great with minimal dialing time? Does your amp have a dynamic master volume that does suck out tone? Do you have a backup amp? THE KHAN PAK can do it all and just may become your go to amp.
Tired of bad backline and the hassle of flying your big rig out somewhere? Here are a couple things to consider when building your ultimate fly rig. A voltage switch is a must for international musicians. The PAK can pair with just about every speaker combination with consistent results. Its your tone every time. The best part is is fits in your gig bag.
Hi my name is Obeid Khan, welcome to the site. Thanks for stopping by to learn more about my creations. I started out as a guitar player needing to repair my amps, way before the knowledge base of the internet. I ended up working for one of the largest musical amplifier manufacturers, St Louis Music. At SLM I designed many classic amplifiers for Crate and Ampeg, the original Vintage Club and it’s variants, Ampeg Diamond Blue reissue amps, the B15 reissue, Ampeg SVTDI. Also I was designer of the Reason amplifier line, and most recently the new Magnatone line of amps. I always try to connect with the player sonically with my designs, I hope you will find this to be true as you learn more. The amplifier is a tool to make an electric guitar sound. These inherent rules I did not make, but I live and abide by them! Enjoy the sounds of classic and modern music with KHAN!