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[NAMM] New version of the Old School 21 combo

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Mad Professor Old School 21RT

Mad Professor will soon release a new version of its Old School 21 guitar combo.

According to Mad Professor, the Old School 21RT guitar combo features a new voicing and now includes reverb and tremolo effects.

The Old School 21RT is a 21W one-channel combo featuring three 12AX7 preamp tubes and two 6V6 power valves, as well as a Celestion Creamback 65 speaker.

Controls available on the amp include a gain knob with a boost switch, a master volume, a three-band EQ, a high-cut and control for the reverb level and the tremolo speed and depth. On the back of the amp, you get 4/8 /16 Ohm speaker out.

The availability of this new version has not been announced, neither do we know wether the price will change compared to the first version.

Here is a demo of the new Old School 21RT:

 

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