Jet City Amplification Introduces the Jettenuator

Designed by Soldano, the Jettenuator can attenuate a tube amplifier''s output - up to 100 watts - down to a more manageable level.

Chesterton, IN (July 10, 2012) – Designed by Soldano, the Jettenuator can attenuate a tube amplifier's output - up to 100 watts - down to a more manageable level. Actually it can attenuate all the way down to zero output with the built-in MicSim (JetDirect).

It can effectively become a direct box for a cranked-up tube amp. The MicSim can also function completely independently with its own Input and thru, for uses when attenuation is not desired but the MicSim is still needed. 

Another unique feature of the Jettenuator is one single until will operate at 4, 8, or 16 ohms for great flexibility in set-up. 

Projected street price is just $239. It will be available in the US and Canada around September 1st.

For more information:
www.jetcityamplification.com

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