The cab features a 15" custom-made driver.

Risskov, Denmark (March 29, 2016) -- K-115 is the latest addition to TC Electronic's highly successful K-Cabs series. Built on the same recipe of superb low-end tone encapsulated in a sleek-looking and lightweight design as the rest of the series, K-115 is the perfect cabinet for the quality-minded gigging musician.

Features:

  • 15" custom-made driver - for impeccable low-end tone
  • Lightweight design
  • Cool vintage-vibed look
  • 400-Watt power handling
  • Dual 8 ohm speak-on connectors

Available: January 29th in Europe and the US
Price: $499.99 US / £369 UK / €499 EU

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