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Designed in North America with the practicing musician in mind, Yorkville Sound launches the highly affordable new Traynor DynaGain Series guitar amplifiers just in time for January's Winter NAMM show. Able to deliver great tone and a full set of features in small, rugged and reliable packages, these new little powerhouses are set to redefine the rehearsal guitar amp.

Available in a single channel 10-watt version with overdrive, or your choice of 15-watt or even a full-featured 30-watt two-channel version, there's a solid-state Traynor DynaGain amplifier fitted for every beginning player's need and budget. A great vintage look and rehearsal-friendly features like CD / line inputs and a headphone out with speaker defeat make the new DynaGain amplifiers the perfect practice companion.

Great care was taken during the design of the new DynaGain Series to create small format guitar amps that deliver a big overdrive tone, taking full advantage of the upgraded speakers used across the whole line. The DG15 and DG15R offer separate clean and lead channels with shared three band tone controls, and use high quality 10-inch Celestion™ speaker. The DG15R adds a true vintage style spring reverb to its feature set. The Traynor DG30D is fully footswitchable between its clean and lead channels, uses a 12-inch Celestion™ speaker to deliver its full 30-watts, and offers both 24-bit digital reverb and a full on-board 24-bit digital effects processor.

DG10 - 10-watt solid-state practice amp w/overdrive and 8-inch Celestion - $89USD MSRP
DG15 - 15-watt two-channel solid-state practice amp w/ 10-inch Celestion - $129USD MSRP
DG15R - 15-watt two-channel solid-state practice amp w/ 10-inch Celestion and reverb - $159USD MSRP
DG30D - 30-watt footswitchable solid-state amp w/ 12-inch Celestion and 24-bit Digital Effects - $229USD MSRP

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