Gear4music.com have debuted two new keyboard amplifiers alongside their existing range of White Horse guitar amps - the KA-60 60W Keyboard Amp and KA-120 120W Keyboard Amp.
The KA-60 is a 60W, 3-Channel dedicated keyboard amp with a 2-band EQ and a host of ins and outs. Featuring a 10” speaker and separate 3” tweeter, the KA-60 can reproduce the sound palette created by today’s synthesizers, keyboards, digital pianos and other electronic instruments, according to the company.
With double the output at 120W, the KA-60’s bigger-brother the KA-120 provides the same tone in a larger package. Featuring a 12” speaker, a 3-band EQ and an extra fourth line channel, the KA-120 is for performers who require extra volume and further routing flexibility.
Gear4music’s Product Development Manager, Mike Langley commented: “The KA-60 and KA-120 keyboard amps represent a new era for White Horse amplification. We’re extremely happy to be able to expand our range beyond the guitar player, and offer the same fantastic White Horse sound to a whole new audience. The KA-60 and KA-120 are unbeatable at their price-point and offer more power than the competition. What’s more is that both amps include some great features such as a line out and subwoofer output, making them suitable as a portable PA solution too.”
Both the White Horse KA-60 and KA-120 Keyboard Amplifiers are available throughout Europe. UK RRP has been confirmed at £139.95 and £179.95 respectively. All White Horse products come with a minimum two year warranty which can now be extended up to 5 years for a small, one-off cost.
Full specifications of the KA-60 60W Keyboard Amplifier are available at:
Full specifications of the KA-120 120W Keyboard Amplifier are available at:
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