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Peavey to launch Ecoustic amp in European market
The company explained that it is perfect for musicians whether it be in the studio or on a live stage and generates 100 watts of clean power through a bi-amplified system including a 10" full-range loudspeaker.
Peavey's latest product contains channels which operate independently with a nine-band graphic EQ on channel one and a two-band adjustment on the second channel.
This provides guitars with a selection of digital reverb, chorus and delay with channel assignment and they can use the optional foot controller which accesses the onboard looper.
A facility such as this is a great tool for those playing live shows and provides flexibility to click the various settings.
Peavey recently announced the launch Vypyr VIP amps and HiSys PA range which are also key tools when putting on a live show.
The Ecoustic E110 has been launched on the European market and comes with a price of £449 RRP.
Posted by AW.
Posted on 13 May 2013 12:47 to category : Instruments News
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