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Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Peavey belonging to the Ecoustic series

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Peavey announced the new the Ecoustic E110, E208 and E20 acoustic guitar amplifiers, a trio of two-channel amps with dedicated EQ on each channel and solid-state preamps.

Peavey Ecoustic Series amplifiers are amplification systems designed for acoustic instruments, vocals and line-level devices such as samplers and audio players in performance and rehearsal applications.

Ecoustic E110
•    100 watts of power
•    Two independent channels
•    Solid-state preamp
•    1 × 10” full-range loudspeaker plus 1 × 3” high frequency horn
•    Nine-band graphic EQ on channel 1
•    Combo XLR-¼” input on each channel
•    Footswitchable Phase inverter for controlling feedback
•    Notch Filter on channel 1 for controlling feedback
•    Two-band EQ on channel 2
•    Master volume
•    Reverb, chorus and delay with parameter adjustment
•    Advanced WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) technology
•    Premium mic preamp
•    Footswitchable tuner/mute out
•    Up to 8 effect presets with optional foot controller
•    Onboard looper with optional foot controller

Ecoustic E208
•    30 watts of power
•    Two channels
•    Solid-state preamp
•    2 × 8” premium full-range loudspeakers
•    1/4” input on channel 1 & combo XLR-¼” input on channel 2
•    Headphone output
•    Analog chorus
•    Spring reverb
•    Separate level controls for each channel
•    Dedicated EQ for each channel

Ecoustic E20
•    20 watts of power
•    Two channels
•    Solid-state preamp
•    1 × 8” premium full-range loudspeaker
•    Separate ¼” inputs
•    Headphone output
•    Separate level controls for each channel
•    Dedicated EQ for each channel
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