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Traveler Guitar Introduces New Portable Guitar Amp

Looking to complement their offering of travel guitars, Traveler Guitar introduces the FlipTone v.25, a portable laptop-sized nine lb. amplifier, providing sound wherever you go. It was designed to be used with any acoustic guitar. The American-made FlipTone utilizes licensed flat panel speaker technology by NXT. NXT's designs represent some significant advance in loudspeaker technology...

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Looking to complement their offering of travel guitars, Traveler Guitar introduces the FlipTone v.25, a portable laptop-sized nine lb. amplifier, providing sound wherever you go. It was designed to be used with any acoustic guitar.

The American-made FlipTone utilizes licensed flat panel speaker technology by NXT. NXT's designs (www.nxtsound.com) represent some significant advance in loudspeaker technology. The FlipTone's speaker was custom-made by renowned British manufacturer Fane Acoustics (www.fane-acoustics.com). It is far thinner and lighter than a traditional cone speaker.

The brushed aluminum amp boasts 25-watts of clean power, with a rechargeable "laptop-style" battery that's good for five to six hours of continuous play. Also included are eight built-in digital effects, two 1/4" / XLR dual use jacks, RCA inputs (for MP3 or CD player), and an external speaker output.

The amp has a suggested retail price of $699.

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

By our press release coordinator Thursday May 19, 2005
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