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Ecoustic 110
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The Summer NAMM show brought the new Ecoustic 110 and 112 acoustic guitar amplifiers from Peavey. The Ecoustic 110 and 112 are not only perfect for amplifying any acoustic/electric instrument, but the Ecoustic's three fully independent channels make them a multi-use amplifier for vocals, drum machines and keyboards in solo or full-band setups.

Two of the Ecoustic's three channels feature independent five-band graphic EQs, as well as independent chorus, flanger, delay and rotating Leslie effects. Both amp models feature Peavey's Freq-Out feedback eliminator on the Instrument channel. By targeting the exact problem frequencies, the Freq-Out blocks feedback before you even hear it and without cutting volume.

The microphone channel includes a phantom-powered, balanced low-Z input and a high-Z input that can be used for drum machines or tape decks. The auxiliary input features its own independent Low and High controls. The Ecoustic series amps also feature a phase reverse switch and an optional, semi-programmable footswitch.

The bi-amped Ecoustic 112 drives 100 Watts to the lows and mids and 25 Watts to the highs into its 12" speaker, while the bi-amped Ecoustic 110 drives 30 Watts to the lows and mids and 10 Watts to the highs into its 10" speaker. The Ecoustic 110 amp also features a CD/auxiliary input.

The U.S. MSRP for the Ecoustic 110 is $499.99 and it will be available in August 2002 from Authorized Peavey Dealers. The U.S. MSRP for the Ecoustic 112 is $799.99 and it will be available in November 2002.

Features:

  • Independent five-band graphic EQ on two channels
  • Independent chorus, flanger, delay and rotating Leslie effects on two channels
  • Freq-Out feedback eliminator on the Instrument channel
  • Microphone channel with a phantom-powered, balanced low-Z input and a high-Z input
  • Auxiliary input with independent Low and High controls
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