B.B. Blaster Amplification Announces BBG15FX Amp

B.B. Blaster Amplification introduces a new amp: 15 watt BBG15FX, which includes built-in effects like reverb and delay

United Kingdom (February 14, 2011) -- John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd., worldwide trade distributors of B.B. Blaster Amplification products, introduces the 15 Watt B.B. Blaster guitar amplifier with effects.

The amp features a bass, middle and treble EQ setup and built-in adjustable delay and reverb effects to play with. The BBG15FX includes an input for your CD or MP3 player. The B.B. Blaster BBG15FX is available for £64.99RRP (about $87.87).

  • RNS Output: 15 Watts
  • Speaker: 1 x 6.5", 8 Ohm
  • EQ: Bass, Middle, Treble
  • Effects: Delay, Reverb
  • Channels: Two
  • Inputs: Aux/CD/MP3 Player, Headphones
  • Dimensions: Height 302mm, Width 300mm, Depth 190mm
  • Weight: 5.5kg
For more information:
John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd.

Source: Press Release

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