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[NAMM][VIDEO] New EVH 5150 III Combo

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EVH 5150 III 2x12 50W Combo
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EVH 5150 III 2x12 50W Combo

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from EVH belonging to the 5150 III series.

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EVH completes its 5150III in 2013 with a 3-channel, all-tube 50W 2x12 Combo. Our team met Chris at NAMM 2013 for a special presentation.

Specifications of this new EVH 5150 III 212 Combo:

  • 3 channels
  • 50W tube amp
  • Channels 1 and 2 share a 3-band EQ, volume and gain controls
  • 3-band EQ, volume and gain controls for channel 3
  • Presence and resonance controls
  • Digital Reverb
  • Effect Loop
  • 2 vintage-style Celestion G12M speakers
  • 2 speaker output jacks
  • Selectable output impedance : 4, 8 or 16 Ohms
  • Headphone output
  • Line output
  • Included 4-button footswitch, also accomodates MIDI footswitching

MSRP: $1999.99

See the EVH 5150 III 212 combo in action at NAMM 2013:

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