Introduced at Summer NAMM 2011, the new Loudbox Artist represents a design evolution of the Loudbox 100, with the same brown and cream look as the successful Loudbox Mini. .
Featuring 120 watts of clean, bi-amplified acoustic power, the Loudbox Artist includes two input channels and a new dual effects section.
Built-in Reverb, Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Echo, and Slap Echo effects are also controllable. Other Loudbox Artist features include two mic/instrument channels with combo 1/4” and XLR inputs, plus 3-band EQ and notch-filter feedback controls. A new dual digital effects section includes independent channel effects level and on/off control.
1/4” and 1/8” auxiliary stereo inputs with level control allow for backing tracks or set-break music. A balanced XLR Mix D.I. output plus D.I. outputs on each input channel are provided. A Channel Mute allows the user to silence both input channels, while a headphone output enables private practice. A foot switch input is also provided for the remote muting of Input Channels or Chorus, Flanger, & Slap Echo effects.
Other Artist features include and Input gain control with 10dB pad and clip indicator, a dedicated effects loop on each channel and 24V phantom power for condenser mics.
Pricing & Availability:
The Loudbox Artist will have a street price under $500.00 and will be available in October.
List price: $769.15
Street Price: $499.95
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