Magnatone Announces the New Super Fifty-Nine M80 2×12” Combo Amp
Combo version combines low to medium gain tones with an extra gain stage
ST. LOUIS, MO – January 26, 2023 – (GUITARpr) – Magnatone has just recently announced the highly anticipated release of its new Super Fifty-Nine M80 Combo amp.
This much-requested 2×12″ Combo version of the 45-watt, EL-34-driven model combines low to medium gain tones with an extra gain stage. Accessing it all is easy via the front switch or footswitch. This amp comes with a tube-buffered effects loop and a well-planned palette of tone controls.
A solid features list includes:
- Two EL34s, 45 watts Push-Pull, Class AB
- Footswitchable gain stages in a flexible package
- British voiced master volume design with treble, middle, bass, and presence
- Tube-buffered effects loop send and return
- 2 x 12″ WGS-made ET90 speakers
The Combo also comes with a footswitch, Impedance Selector (4, 8, AND 16 Ohms Combo – 8 and 16 Ohms), and backlit logo.
Rod Washburn, Magnatone GM stated simply, “We just made a lot of people happy with this one, long overdue.”
The Super Fifty-Nine M80 2×12” Combo will be available at Authorized Magnatone Dealers and is priced at $3799.
For more information, visit: https://www.magnatoneusa.com/super-fifty-nine-m80-2×12-combo
The Magnatone brand was first established in 1937 in Los Angeles, CA. The company is most famous for inventing and patenting the stereo pitch-shifting vibrato effect using a non-moving part. Legendary artists like Buddy Holly, Lonnie Mack and Robert Ward have all used Magnatone.
Today, Magnatone manufactures high-end, boutique tube guitar amplifiers that are made in the USA and played by such guitarists as Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck, Neil Young and Jason Isbell. Many of the current Magnatone models still feature their famous pitch-shifting vibrato effect as well as tremolo and reverb.
For more information, visit: https://www.magnatoneusa.com.
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