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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Ampeg belonging to the GVT series

Ampeg announces the GVT Series Guitar Amps, due out this summer.

Each head, cab and combo offers all-tube guitar tone in a design inspired by classic Ampeg guitar amps from the ‘70s.

 

The line of Ampeg GVT Guitar Amps range from a 5-watt head, all the way up to a 50-watt, 2×12 combo. GVT heads and combos are all-tube by design, including 6V6 and 6L6 power tubes. The line features Ampeg’s Baxandall EQ circuitry. Both GVT extension cabinets feature Celestion Vintage 30 speakers, while GVT combos use Celestion Original Series speaker designs.

 

Available later this summer, the Ampeg GVT Series will launch with eight different models: the GVT5H and GVT15H heads, GVT112E and GVT112EW cabinets, plus the GVT5–110, GVT15–112, GVT52–112 and GVT52–212 combos. Ampeg GVT pricing is TBD at this time.

 

Visit Ampeg during Musikmesse from April 6–9, 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany in Halle 4.1, Stand E31.

 

For more detailed product information, visit www.ampeg.com. You can also visit Ampeg’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ampegUSA) for a chance to win Ampeg gear, including a new GVT Series amplifier.

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