Clifton, NJ (January 16, 2012) -- Fuchs Audio Technology has completed their Casino Series of guitar amps with the introduction of the 4-Aces and Full-House-50 heads and combos. The series

Clifton, NJ (January 16, 2012) -- Fuchs Audio Technology has completed their Casino Series of guitar amps with the introduction of the 4-Aces and Full-House-50 heads and combos. The series now includes models from 4 through 50 watts.

Based on the Blackjack-MK-II circuit, the 4-aces may be the ideal home and studio recording amp. Featuring a power stage using (2) 6SN7 octal preamp tubes it produces 4 watts push pull into 4-8- and 16 ohms. The Full House-50 features (2) 6L6's for 50 watts. Like their siblings the Blackjack-MK-II and Lucky7-MK-II, the amps feature aluminum chassis, back lit logo, a 24 bit digital reverb with decay and level control, a set of effect loop patch jacks, an overdrive volume and tone control, separate gain controls for both clean and dirt channels, a full set of high-mid and low tone controls, and a 2-way footswitch controlling gain and channel switching.

The series is available from $1,295.00 to $1,995.00 and are available in both head and combos configurations.  

For more information:
www.fuchsaudiotechnology.com

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