"The FlipTone v.25 is the most portable full-featured, self-contained amp on the market today," explained Corey Oliver of Traveler Guitar.
Whether traveling to a gig, on vacation, or playing for friends while camping, the FlipTone v. 25 offers a surprisingly rich, complex, and powerful sound. It can be used with any acoustic guitar, including the compact Traveler Guitars.
The American-made FlipTone utilizes licensed flat panel speaker technology by NXT—a world leader in audio technology engineering. NXT's designs (www.nxtsound.com) represent the most significant advance in loudspeaker technology in more than 80 years. While flat panel speakers have been successfully employed for some time in the high-end audio business, Oliver's team was the first to incorporate the technology in an instrument amplifier design.
"Our mission has always been to deliver full scale sound and playability in a portable package," continued Oliver. "Using this latest technology, we've finally found a way to accomplish this with an amplifier."
The FlipTone's speaker was custom-made by renowned British manufacturer Fane Acoustics (www.fane-acoustics.com). It is far thinner and lighter than a traditional cone speaker, and sounds better too, with a unique ability to deliver a broader band of frequency response than traditional technologies.
The rugged, brushed aluminum amp boasts 25-watts of clean power, with a rechargeable "laptop-style" battery that's good for five to six hours of continuous play. Also included are eight built-in digital effects, two ¼" / XLR dual use jacks, RCA inputs (for MP3 or CD player), and an external speaker output.
For more information, visit www.travelerguitar.com.
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