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Two New White Horse Guitar Amp Models Launched
The White Horse series was first brought to market in 2007, and the amps have since developed a strong reputation for their build quality and varied sound palette.
The BP35 is a 35W version of the popular BP White Horse amps, offering the same great tone and accurate controls as the larger models, but with a compact 10" speaker.
Bright and boost switches allow precise manipulating of the sound and a 3 band EQ offers even more detailed modification.
The amp has been ergonomically designed to meet the demands of bassists in both rehearsal and live situations, featuring a tilt back cabinet.
With a super friendly user interface, the GT212 keeps the easy usability and great tone of the smaller GT112 but ups the power to 120W across two 12" speakers.
This allows the guitarist to take full advantage of the eight included amp models, each with two variations per model.
Adding in one of the three simultaneously available effect sections, each with two effects, expands the available tones even further.
The amp is completed by a 3 band EQ, with dedicated controls on each band.
Gear4music's Product Development Manager, Matthew Collinge explained why he thinks the expansion of the White Horse range is something to shout about: "White Horse has really taken off as a brand since its arrival in the UK in 2007.
"After listening to the comments from our customers and respected magazine reviewers, we've brought these two new amps to the market.
"The BP35 is great for those who want fantastic bass tone, but don't need the volume of our current models, whereas the GT212 offers greater power than our GT112, geared towards stage and studio work."Posted on 10 Feb 2010 09:17 to category : Instruments News
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