Epiphone presents Power Up Month
In May, buyers of a qualifying Epiphone electric guitar can get a free Footpedal Powerstation.
Untilk May 31st, 2016, buying an Epiphone electric guitar for $499 or more qualify for a free Epiphone PST-10 Footpedal Powerstation.
The Epiphone Footpedal Powerstation is an eight 9V DC output power hub designed for running multiple effects pedals. Plus, the Footpedal Powerstation comes with two additional outputs with variable voltage controls from 6V-12V. It includes a power adapter and daisy chain cables for all 10 outputs and is made of metal to handle the rigors of the road. It has a U.S. MSRP of $132.99.
Customers in the following countries are eligible: United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Greece, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Japan. More details at Epiphone's website.
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