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Quilter MicroPro 200 Guitar Amps Adds New Models

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Quilter Labs expands the MicroPro 200 family with a new 10-inch amplifier model, a 12-inch model and a head.

The new models join the 8-inch combo amps. All MicroPro amplifiers use the same 200 watt class D power plant

 

Highlights of the Quilter MicroPro 200 family include:

  • 200 watt class D switchmode amplifier technology
  • FULLQ analog tone circuit
  • 8, 10, or 12-inch Celestion speaker
  • Combo amps from 19 to 26 lbs.
  • The 200 watt amplifier head weighs 7 lbs.
  • Optional 12-in extension speaker

 

Pricing & Availability:

The 10-inch MicroPro 200 retails for $949, the 12-inch MicroPro 200 retails for $999 and the MicroPro 200 Head retails for $699. The 12-inch Extension Speaker retails for $399.


For more information: www.quilterlabs.com

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