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Hayden Introduces High Five 5W All-Tube Combo Amp

The amp harkens back to simpler times with its straightforward bass, treble and volume controls, and features a single 10” speaker in a beautiful retro-styled cabinet.

United Kingdom (July 9, 2012) – Hayden Amps will release the High Five - a new 5W all-tube guitar combo – at this year’s Summer NAMM show.

Built for guitarists who want to spend more time playing and less time endlessly tweaking knobs, the High Five takes a minimal approach yet remains rich in tone and response. The amp harkens back to simpler times with its straightforward bass, treble and volume controls, and features a single 10” speaker in a beautiful retro-styled cabinet.  An ECC83 preamp tube and an EL84 output tube are employed.

Players on a restricted budget seeking pure tube tone at sensible volume levels will find what they’re looking for in the High Five.

Suggested Retail Price of the High Five is $339 ($279 Street).

For more information:
www.haydenamps.com

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