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P&P Amplification Power Attenuator 22

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Plug & Play Amplification Power Attenuator 22

Following the 15 and 50W models, 22W version now joins the P&P Amplification power attenuator family.

Third power attenuator introduced by Plug & Play Amplification, the Power Attenuator 22 logically sits between the 15W and 50W models.

This 22W version was until now offered as an option associated with the PA 22, it is now a full fledged product with a specific attenuation range which goes from –9 to –21dB (-6 to –18dB for the 15W model).

This mod will help contain the 22W amp power, including the Bugera 22 or Fender Super-Sonic 22. It also allows those who found the 15W version attenuation too “shy” to reduce even more the output level.

The Power Attenuator 22 is hand assembled in France, like the rest of the P&P product range.

The retail price remains unchanged (95€).

More information on the dedicated page www.plugandplay-amp.com/Pages/EN/PA22.html.

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