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Andover,  MA––Introduced at Summer NAMM 2011, the new Loudbox Artist represents a  significant design evolution of the award-winning Loudbox 100 that packs  more power and features into an exceptionally lightweight and portable  package. The new amplifier will share the same brown and cream look as  the successful Loudbox Mini.

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Featuring 120 watts of clean, bi-amplified acoustic power, the Loudbox  Artist includes two versatile input channels with critically-acclaimed  Fishman tone, precision feedback-fighting controls, and a new dual  effects section that make it the ultimate portable acoustic instrument  amplifier for the serious musician.
 
Built-in Reverb, Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Echo, and Slap Echo effects are  also controllable. Other Loudbox Artist features include two  mic/instrument channels with combo 1/4” and XLR inputs, plus 3-band EQ  and notch-filter feedback controls. A new dual digital effects section  includes independent channel effects level and on/off control.
 
1/4” and 1/8” auxiliary stereo inputs with level control allow for  backing tracks or set-break music. Additional flexibility is provided by  a balanced XLR Mix D.I. output plus D.I. outputs on each input channel.  A Channel Mute allows the user to silence both input channels, while a  headphone output enables private practice. A foot switch input is also  provided for the remote muting of Input Channels or Chorus, Flanger,  & Slap Echo effects.
 
Other Artist features include and Input gain control with 10dB pad and  clip indicator, a dedicated effects loop on each channel and 24V phantom  power for condenser mics.
 
The Loudbox Artist will have a street price under $500.00 and will be available in October.
 
List price:  $769.15
Street Price:  $499.95
 
For more about Fishman, call 978.988.9199 or click to www.fishman.com <http://www.fishman.com/> .

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