Zeppelin Design Labs Releases The Percolator Combo

The combo will be also be available as a kit.

Chicago, IL (April 7, 2015) -- Zeppelin Design Labs of Chicago has released the Percolator COMBO, a 2-watt tube amp for electric guitar, cigar box guitar and harmonica, coupled with a Jensen 8” loudspeaker in a solid wood, hand-finished cabinet. The combo is offered either as a kit, or prebuilt, hand-finished and ready-to-play, which is unique among low-watt amps.

This product combines ZDL’s popular Percolator 2W amp head with their matching 1x8 cabinet in one handy, compact unit. The Percolator Combo will be available for shipment May 1, 2015.

Features:

  • Unique one-tube design (NOS Compactron); the tube’s internal topology is the same as the Fender Champ, but in one bottle!
  • Tone that ranges from warm, rich, and clear through aggressive and overdriven
  • Beautiful solid wood cabinet can be styled and finished for a custom look
  • Extensive, detailed online construction manuals and companion videos
  • Compact and lightweight – under 13 pounds!
  • 25-watt Jensen C8R speaker
  • Perfect for bedroom, apartment, project studio, jamming with friends, or even gigging
  • Direct sale to the consumer for attractive pricing

The Percolator Combo can be pre-ordered now at the special introductory price of $299 for the kit, or $429 Ready-To-Play. This price holds for orders placed through April 30, 2015.

For more information:
Zeppelin Design Labs

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