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Ampeg PN-410HLF

Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg belonging to the Pro Neo series.

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Ampeg announced a new line of bass enclosures designed to handle the power of high-output, modern bass heads.


Designed and assembled in the U.S.A., all models are full-range and come in a variety of speaker configurations, including 4x10" (PN-410HLF), 2x10" (PN-210HLF) and a single 15" (PN-115HLF).
The models feature custom-designed U.S. Eminence neodymium drivers, 15mm birch plywood enclosure and powder-coated metal grille.

Designed for high-output Ampeg heads like the SVT-7PRO and SVT-8PRO, PRO NEO Series enclosures are made to handle the power of a modern head, but don't rely on unnecessarily heavy magnets to do so.

Pricing & Availability
The Ampeg PRO NEO Series will be available globally in March 2010. The PN-410HLF will have a U.S. MSRP of $1539.99, a list price of € 1195 and will be £1221 including VAT. The PN-210HLF will have a U.S. MSRP of $1119.99, a list price of € 849 and will be £867 including VAT. The PN-115HLF will have a U.S. MSRP of $1119.99, a list price of €849 and will be £867 including VAT.

You can see these and other new Ampeg products at Musikmesse 2010 in Hall 6.1, Booth C31.

Check out www.ampeg.com for more info.
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