A combo amp that features nine digital amp models, built-in effects, Bluetooth audio, and headphone out.

Shenzhen, China (October 30, 2019) -- Mooer is happy to introduce the first in our new lineup of combo amplifiers.

The Mooer Hornet White is a small, compact amplifier with a modern and easy-to-use design, ideal for the office or bedroom. Featuring nine different amp modes, Hornet White allows you to play your guitar, bass guitar, or even acoustic guitar without sacrificing your favorite tone. In addition, the nine built-in effects allow you to easily plug-in and play without missing your favorite stompboxes. Bluetooth and auxiliary audio input allow you to play music from your device, and the headphone output facilitates silent practice sessions.

Please contact your Mooer representative for pricing and availability in your area.

Features:

  • 9 high-quality digital amp models based on popular guitar amplifiers, featuring bass amp and acoustic guitar models.
  • Built-in Modulation, Delay and Reverb effects with independent tap tempo for both modes of operation (Live/Preset).
  • Store and recall up to 9 presets.
  • Precision tuner.
  • Bluetooth and auxiliary audio connectivity.
  • Dedicated headphone output.
  • Custom 6.5-inch speaker.

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