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JLH Products introduces the newest addition to their AxeTrak lineup of isolation / recording cabinets for electric guitar, the "AxeTrak 112".


This cabinet is handmade in the USA the old fashioned way, one unit at a time. It features a 12" Eminence Governor speaker, and also has a self-contained AxeTrak isolation cabinet mounted inside its ivory covered Baltic birch enclosure.

The main feature of this cabinet is the fact that it can operate in either of two modes. If you are playing a gig and you want stage monitoring just push the button on the rear of the cabinet and your sound will be fed to the 12" speaker in addition to the internal isolation cabinet. This mode will still provide the sound engineer or recording engineer with a direct isolated feed of your mic'd sound. If you press the button again you will be in silent mode. In silent mode the sound is fed only to the internal isolation cabinet and your stage volume will be non-existent. The sound engineer or recording engineer will still have an isolated, direct feed of your mic'd sound. The AxeTrak 112 features a dual input impedance toggle switch that allows the cabinet to be switched between 4 ohms and 16 ohms. It can handle 100-watts. The self-contained internal isolation cabinet has a 6" high-power AxeTrak driver and custom cardioid dynamic microphone cartridge. For more information and a detailed description of this product please visit the Axe Trak website or call 949-859-7293.


Factory Direct Price: $825.00

For more information, visit their web site at www.axetrak.com.
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