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Genz-Benz Shen-CPK-EXT10

Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Genz-Benz belonging to the Shenandoah Compak 300 series.

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Genz-Benz presented its new Shenandoah Compak 300 enclosure.


This 8 ohm extension cabinet (product code SHEN-CPK-EXT10 ) offers the same speaker combination as the 10” combo version, according to Genz-Benz. When used with the SHEN-CPK-10T combo, this compact stack will deliver 300 watts of total output.

FEATURES
  • Cabinet Power Handling: 200 W RMS / 8 ohms
  • Frequency Response: 65 - 20k HZ
  • Speaker Configuration: 10" & Tweeter
  • Weight Lbs.: 12
  • Dimensions HxWxD: 13 1/2" x 12" x 11 3/8"

For more info, check out www.genzbenz.com.
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