Gallien Krüger 250 ML Series II
Speaker reworked, new surrounds.
Chorus and echo effect on board
2 x 50 W stereo
In 1983, the combo version GK 250ML appeared, which had two 6.5″ speakers in a car battery-like all-metal housing. It is a two-channel, 100-watt guitar amp with a four-band EQ and two gain stages per channel; in the undistorted channel, a compressor can also be activated at the touch of a button. The effects on board include a stereo chorus and an echo, although the term “echo” is somewhat confusing, as even the manufacturer describes this effect as a simulation of a spring reverb.
The two guitarists of Iron Maiden used the top version of this amplifier together with Marshall speakers for the recording of their album “Somewhere in Time” in 1986.