Electro-Harmonix Introduces 22 Caliber Power Amp

The 22 Caliber is a 22-watt, Class D power amp in the shape of a pedal

Long Island, NY (June 30, 2009) -- Electro-Harmonix has announced the 22 Caliber, a 22-watt, Class D power amp with a pedal-size footprint. The 22 Caliber is designed to power 4-, 8- or 16-ohm speaker loads without adjustment. The pedal features a volume knob that controls the amp's natural overdrive, similar to a vintage amp with single volume control, and a bright switch that adds presence and definition.

Electro-Harmonix has posted a video of EHX engineer John Pisani demonstrating the power amp through a 1x12 speaker cabinet and Big Muff Pi on their website.

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