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Vox AGA70

VOX Amplification announced the new AGA70 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier.

This two-channel amp features both a Normal channel and a Tube Pre channel, with a 12AU7 dual triode vacuum tube.

Each of the two channels is equipped with both a standard 1/4-inch and XLR input with selectable phantom power. An additional Lo-Z / Hi-Z switch on each input accommodates a variety of signal levels.

The VOX AGA70 acoustic guitar amp features a 6.5" full-range speaker and ported cabinet voiced for full range response, with an output of 70 Watts.

Pricing & Availability
It will be available March 2010 with a U.S. MSRP of $ 550.00.

Additional product information can be found at www.voxamps.com/us.

VOX Amplification is exhibiting at Booth 6440 (Hall A) at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.
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