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Tomaszewicz Amplifiers Releases 40/70 Watt Amp

Tomaszewicz Amplifiers Releases 40/70 Watt Amp

The 40/70 head is switchable between 40 and 70 watts

Coral Springs, FL (January 27, 2010) -- Tomaszewicz Amplifiers has released their 40/70

Watt amplifier. This amp utilizes the same preamp

circuitry as their highly touted 35 Watt and 15

Watt models. The 40/70 features switchable output

power from 40 to 70 Watts pure sine wave power.

The 40/70 Watt also includes a studio quality

compression circuit and a buffered effects loop,

as is found in all of the company's other models.


The amp features four EL34s, one 12AX7, three 12AT7s and one 12DW7. It carries an MAP of $2199.95.



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