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Darkglass Electronics Infinity & M Series Combo Amp Demos | NAMM 2024

Darkglass Electronics Infinity & M Series Combo Amp Demos | NAMM 2024
Darkglass Electronics Infinity & M Series Combo Amp Demos | NAMM 2024
The new combos from Darkglass cover analog and digital tones. Both the Infinity and Microtubes 500 combo are chock full of sounds, plus they look great, and come in 2x10 and 1x12 arrangements. The line starts at $1,099 and will be available starting late March.


Darkglass DG112A 500-watt 1 x 12-inch Bass Combo Amp

1x12 Bass Combo - Analog
Darkglass
$1099.99

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