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Genz Benz ShuttleMax 6.0 amplifier £250 PRICE DROP
£450
Banbury, Oxfordshire

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PRICE DROP £250

Surplus to requirements is my Genz Benz ShuttleMax 6.0. It’s been well looked after and is in very good condition. 

 
FEATURES

• Dual Channels -- FET and Tube Preamps 

 
• Switchable or Blendable Preamps 

• Input Mute Circuit 

• High and Low Gain Switch per Channel 

• Active 4 Band EQ with Dual Parametric Mids 

• High Current Class D Amplifier Design 

• Adjustable 3 Band Signal Shape Circuits 

• Limiter Circuit 

• LED Status Indicators

• Speakon® Speaker Outputs 

• Internal Fan Cooling 

• Full XLR Direct Output Interface 

• Aux. Input 

• Headphone Jack 

• Three Effects Loops 

(FET Ch; Tube Ch; Master) 

• 115/230 Volt Switchable 

• 5 Position Footswitch Included

Power Output  - 600W/4 ohm x 12

Preamp Type - FET/TUBE

Weight Lbs. - 6.75

Dimensions HxWxD - 3 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 13" 

It comes with the original foot switch and a non original padded carry case. Any questions drop me a line. 

I’m happy to meet up within a reasonable distance, or I’m happy to pack securely if you want to arrange a courier to collect.

Thanks for looking.

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Just worth pointing out that the condition of this hasn’t changed since originally being posted. I’ve used it at home a couple of times this year but no gigs etc.

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