New Nano Legacy amps at Hotone’s
Hong-Kong-based Hotone Audio completes its Nano Legacy series with two amps and a cabinet for bass and guitar.
Hotone introduced at Musikmesse 2014 three new products in the Nano Legacy. This series offers tiny amps that are inspired by classic models from other brands. It already features the British Invasion (inspired by the Vox AC30) and Purple Wind (Plexi Super Lead).
The new compact models are the Heart Attack, a 5W guitar head inspired by the Mesa Boogie Rectifier, the Thunder Bass head inspired by the Ampeg SVT for bass, and the Nano Legacy Cabinet, a 10W / 8 Ohms model for both guitar and bass that features an input, an output, and is designed for use with the Nano Legacy amps.
No information regarding the release of these new amps, but we can expect a price as tiny as the amps, as usual with this brand.
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