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Plug&Play Amp launches TwoAmpsOneCab

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Plug & Play Amplification announces the availability of TwoAmpsOneCab, a new guitar module which allows to connect two amps to a single cab.

TwoAmpsOneCab features a guitar input, two outputs (one per amp) on the front and two inputs and one output for the cab on the back of the module. The system is footswitchable with a dedicated plug. A 8 or 16 Ohm switch is also present.

With TwoAmpsOneCab, the guitar player can switch from one amp to another and make full use of all the speakers in the cabinet. The active channel is shown by one of the two LED and the stand-by amp is switched to a load resistor which can absorb over 100W.

TwoAmpsOneCab is handmade in France and retails for 169€.

More details are available at www.plugandplay-amp.com.

 

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