5th Anniversary Hottie Custom Amp
To celebrate their 5th anniversary, American manufacturer Hottie Inc., makers of Hottie Amps and Hottie Guitars, introduces its latest guitar amp, the 5th Anniversary Hottie Custom Amp.
This limited edition guitar amplifier has the features of the original Hottie Amp but also comes with an exotic custom finish.
Hottie Amps are solid state units fitted in vintage American toasters and powered by a 9-volt battery. They use a 6" Jensen MOD speaker and have an output jack to drive an external speaker cab. Hottie Amps will power any 4, 8, or 16-ohm speaker cab.
Pricing & Availability
The 5th Anniversary Hottie Custom Amp is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $379.
Hottie Inc. is offering the 5th Anniversary Hottie Custom Amp directly through their website, hottieguitars.com. “As we advance production we’ll transition to a U.S. dealer network” says Escudie. International customers will be able to order through Hottie’s network of international distributors.
To learn more about Hottie Amps and Hottie Guitars, visit www.hottieguitars.com.
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