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[Musikmesse] Ampeg PF-115LF & PF-410HLF

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Ampeg PF-410HLF

Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg belonging to the Portaflex series.

Ampeg extends its Portaflex series, announcing two new cabinets — the PF-115LF and PF-410HLF.

Capable of handling 400 watts, the PF-115LF does away with the compression driver, for a more vintage tone courtesy of a single 15″ Eminence driver, according to Ampeg. The PF-410HLF delivers a 4x10″ configuration in a compact design that handles 800 watts. Their poplar cabinet design comes with Ampeg black diamond tolex and chrome logo, while integrated side handles and included casters are included for transportation. Like the other Portaflex series cabinets, these new models both operate at 8 ohms.

 

The Ampeg Portaflex Series also includes the PF-350 and PF-500 bass heads and PF-115HE and PF-210HE bass enclosures.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The PF-115LF and PF-410HLF will be available in Q2, 2012. The PF-115LF will have a U.S. MSRP of $489.99 and the PF-410HLF will have a U.S. MSRP of $769.99.

 

You can visit Ampeg during Prolight + Sound / Musikmesse from March 21-24, 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany in Hall 6.1, Stand C30.

 

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

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