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[NAMM] Jackson Ampworks Atlantic 4.0

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Jackson Ampworks announces the release of the Atlantic 4.0.

The Atlantic 4.0, like the rest of the amps listed, is an all tube guitar amplifier in a package that is 14” wide.

 

Designed as a tribute to Ken Fischer from Trainwreck Circuits, The Atlantic 4.0 is a high gain, non-master volume amplifierdesigned to allow the player to "take the sound from pristine clean to over-the-top overdrive with a twist of the guitar’s volume knob."

 

It offers switch-able 15W Class A, 30W Class A, 25W Class A and 50W Class A/B operation which allows the guitarist to adjust the power and feel of the amplifier to suit a musical setting.

 

Features:
• 12AX7 Preamp with Independent Volume, Edge, Treble, Middle, Bass, and Presence controls
• Independent Normal/Bright, Single Coil/Humbucker, Thin/Thick, Low Gain/High Gain, Presence On/Off switches
• Switchable 15W Class A and 30W Class A operation using EL84 Output Tubes, and 25W Class A and 50W Class A/B operation using EL34 Output Tubes
• Series FX loop
• Handwired Turret Board Construction
• Footswitchable Boost Feature for added gain

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Atlantic 4.0 is available for $2,750.00

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