NAMM: Sansamp Sound In A Compact Combo

Tech 21 Make Trademark 30 Amp Available      28/01/05

NAMM: Sansamp Sound In A Compact Combo


In early 2004, Tech 21 introduced a Limited Edition Trademark 30 combo amp with a handsome solid oak cabinet and satin red mahogany finish. That amp sold out quickly, and there was such a demand for more that the company have now added a stock version to their Trademark Series of amplifiers. This new model features a special-design 10" speaker and a 30-watt output. The first 250 cabinets will feature a black grill and white piping, while the stock run will match the other Trademark combos with a wheat grill and white piping. Operationally, the 100% analog Trademark 30 is the same as the Trademark 10 combo, which is based upon the simple-to-operate format of Tech 21's popular SansAmp GT2 pedal. For studio and live applications the SansAmp technology enables you to go straight into the mixer of a recorder or PA system via the XLR Direct Output. Other features include 3-spring reverb, 3-band active EQ controls, effect loop, speaker output, and headphone output. MSRP: $450.00. More info:
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