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PETER FRAMPTON LAUNCHES
FRAMPTONE AMP SWITCHER
LEGENDARY GUITARIST'S SOUGHT-AFTER EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE AT RETAIL STORES
Guitar legend Peter Frampton's sought-after Framptone guitar electronics line launches at retail this season with the Framptone Amp Switcher. Resulting from repeated requests by fellow artists--such as the Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl, Art Alexakis from Everclear and Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi--Framptone products are hand-built with an emphasis for extensive road use and sturdy longevity. Framptone Amp Switcher features include:
non-MIDI solution to switching from amplifier to amplifier, allowing guitarists to switch or combine two different amps at the touch of a button.
Ground loop exclusion. Highest quality transformers are used, electronically isolating the ground.
Custom buffer circuit designed to convert the instrument input to a low impedance signal, allowing multiple-amplifier feed without signal loss or degredation.
Soft touch momentary switches for click-less, noise free switching. Phase reversal switch to eliminate any out of phase amps.
Last Amp On feature in LEDs, indicating which amp will be activated when a musician switches from combined amps back to the A or B scenario.
The Framptone Amp Switcher can be purchased at many top music retailers across the country, including Mars Music (nationwide); Plexi Palace (Apple Valley, CA); New York Professional Guitar Center (Poughkeepsie, NY); and Maggio Music (Brooklyn, NY). It can also be purchased by sending a check or money order (made out to "Framptone") for $379.00 plus an additional $10.00 for shipping and handling to:
c/o The Haber Corporation
1016 17th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212.
Tennessee residents please add 8.25% sales tax -
In addition to the technical, high-end Framptone line, the artist has almost completed one of the busiest years of his career. He served as "authenticity advisor" and had a cameo acting role in the critically-aclaimed Cameron Crowe film Almost Famous; just completed his 2000 Tour in support of his latest CD and DVD, Live In Detroit; recorded two songs for the new Disney children's album Tiggermania; and was recently featured in People Magazine. His five solo studio albums from the 1970s were re-released on CD in August