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New 1/2 Watt Little Lanilei Combo from Songworks

Songworks has introduced a new little hand-made amplifier, designed for practicing just about anywhere at low levels. The hand-assembled circuit features one 12AU7 and one 12AX7A tube driving a small output transformer to the internal Jensen Alnico P10R 10"speaker with 1/2 Watt of power...

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August 25, 2004

Songworks has introduced a new little hand-made amplifier, designed for practicing just about anywhere at low levels.

The hand-assembled circuit features one 12AU7 and one 12AX7A tube driving a small output transformer to the internal Jensen Alnico P10R 10"speaker with 1/2 Watt of power. Typically used as a preamp tube, the 12AX7A is actually running as the power tube in this case.

The Little Lanilei 1/2 Watt is intended to give you cranked amp tone at a volume that is quiet enough not disturb your neighbors.

Connections include line out, two speaker outs (one of which disengages the internal speaker when in use), headphone out, and 3 way foot switchable gain settings. Controls are Preamp, Tone and Master.

The Lanilei 1/2 Watt all-tube combo has the classic oxblood grill with the Lanilei logo in 16 color embroidery. Size is 12" x 12" x 9" and the amps weighs in at 14lbs

Price: $549.00 The amp is available direct from songworks. You can talk directly with the builder via the Yahoo! Group at groups.yahoo.com/group/lanileiamps.

For more information, visit their web site at www.songworks.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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