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Jensen Announces Jensen Jet 10” Tornado

Jensen Announces Jensen Jet 10” Tornado

Jensen introduces newest addition to Jet series

California (July 18, 2009) -- Jensen Tone is pleased to announce the latest addition to the Jensen Jet series, the 10'' Tornado. 

The 10'' Tornado is sister to the 12'' Tornado and Jensen says it packs just as much punch but in a tighter package. Jensen says the Jet series is known for producing crystal clear, clean tones while still maintaining cream-like warmth.

The 10'' Jensen Tornado features 100-watt power using a neodymium magnet. The neodymium is light weight, half the weight of ceramic speaker magnets, and is designed to create a more natural reaction to a player's style.  

For more info, visit jensentone.com.
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