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Bass Guitar Amp Head from Ampeg belonging to the Portaflex series

Ampeg announces a series of new bass cabs and heads that deliver the form-factor of Ampeg’s flip-tops - the Ampeg Portaflex Series.

The PF-350 and PF-500 heads are Class-D designs with features like onboard compression/limiting, balanced direct outs and switching power supplies. Both heads match with the vintage-styled PF-115HE and PF-210HE cabinets. The flip-top design allows bassists to store the head, cables, etc. inside the enclosure for  portability. They are covered in diamond black tolex and feature Eminence speakers.

 

Pricing & Availability

The Ampeg Portaflex Series will be fully available in April, 2011 and internationally in May, 2011.

All Portaflex Series heads are available now worldwide.

The heads and cabinets are sold separately: PF-350 (€349 inc. tax & £289 inc. VAT), PF-500 (€449 inc. tax & £375 inc. VAT), PF-115HE (€449 inc. tax & £375 inc. VAT) and PF-210HE (€449 inc. tax & £375 inc. VAT).

You can visit Ampeg during Musikmesse from April 6–9, 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany in Halle 4.1, Stand E31.

 

For more detailed product information, visit www.ampeg.com.

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