2014 marks Bogner's 25th year attending the NAMM and they are keen to celebrate it.
Bogner Amplification has announced some new, never before seen product unveilings at the winter NAMM 2014, including three pedals with Rupert Neve Designs transformers, which ought to be more than enough to draw many people’s attention.
Thus, NAMM visitors will find the Guitar Amp DI, equipped with an Attenuator, and EQ/Bright switch and a Groud Lift, as well as a line input on 1/4" jack and a balanced XLR output, plus two thruputs, and that’s without counting the 1/4" jack amp connection.
The second model, code name Zero, is a dual buffer, boost and splitter with a dedicated gain control for each of the two sections. A phase inverter is also available.
Finally, Lyndhurst is a compressor with the usual set of controls, but with Rupert Neve Designs transformers.
More detailed info expected anytime now at www.bogneramplification.com.
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