ZT Amplifiers Introduces The Lunchbox and The Future Amp
ZT Amplifiers, Inc. has entered the musical instrument industry by creating two revolutionary guitar amplifiers, with one of their primary goals being to market their products to musicians in China.
ZT may also be called "Zhong Ting." In the Chinese language, that means, "The Crowd is Listening." Both amplifier models boast extremely high output never before heard at their respective sizes, and both are designed for professional use. Tone is unique and impressive, with excited, dynamic harmonics. The variable gain in both amps is smooth and rich, and reverb is also featured on both models. With solid construction, a modern look, easy portability, and exceptional performance, ZT amplifiers are unique in the world of guitar amps. They are exciting, practical, serious, fun, affordable, and most of all, irresistible.
The Lunchbox (SRP: $199 — Available Spring 2008) is one of the smallest amplifiers in the world at a diminutive 7" x 8" x 4" (178mm x 203mm x 102mm). Yes, it is made from an actual lunchbox. It puts out over 200 watts and delivers 121dB (at 1m) from a 6.5" driver in a sealed enclosure. Controls: volume, gain, tone, reverb.
The Future Amp (SRP: $399 — Available Spring 2008) is also a compact size at 13" x 15" x 8" (330mm x 380mm x 203mm). It puts out over 200 watts and exceeds 130dB over the full range of tone. The Future Amp features a powerful 12" driver housed in a sealed enclosure for strong, tight bass and clear highs. Controls: volume, gain, bass, treble, reverb.