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[NAMM] New Ampeg Dan Armstrong Models

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Ampeg announced new commemorative Dan Armstrong models, the ADA6AV and ADA4AV 40th Anniversary Editions and the ADA6LTD and ADA4LTD Limited Editions.


The original Ampeg Dan Armstrong guitar and bass debuted at the 1969 NAMM, and was featured by The Rolling Stones during that year’s tour.

The new models retain the “see-through” acrylic body, designed to allow easy access to the 24-fret maple neck.

The limited editions, ADA6LTD and ADA4LTD, also have the mirrored pickguard and headstock, plus a laser etched Ampeg anniversary logo on the body. Ampeg will make 100 of those guitars and basses available world-wide.

Pricing & Availability
The ADA6AV has an MSRP of $2,299.99, the ADA4AV has an MSRP of $2,299.99.
The ADA6LTD has an MSRP of $3,499.99 and the ADA4LTD has an MSRP of $3.499.99.

The anniversary and limited edition models can be seen at NAMM 2009 in Booth 5676.

For more info: www.ampeg.com.
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