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New Gear from Bergantino, Dunlop, Morley, and more

Armed with a custom phase-coherent crossover and tweeter control, Bergantino’s new 8Ω, 44-pound 1x12 is a ported, Baltic birch plywood cabinet that handles up to 350 watts and has a frequency response down to 40Hz.
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BERGANTINO
REFERENCE 112 BASS GUITAR LOUDSPEAKER

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Armed with a custom phase-coherent crossover and tweeter control, Bergantino’s new 8Ω, 44-pound 1x12 is a ported, Baltic birch plywood cabinet that handles up to 350 watts and has a frequency response down to 40Hz.

Direct $850
Contact bergantino.com

DUNLOP
MXR SUB OCTAVE BASS FUZZ

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An unholy combination of the growl section of MXR’s Bass Octave Deluxe with a long-forgotten fuzz circuit, the Sub Octave Bass Fuzz features tone controls and two switchable voices for the fuzz section, a separate dry volume control, and three separate output level controls for fuzz, sub octave, and dry signals.

Street $200
Contact jimdunlop.com

AGUILAR AMPLIFICATION
LIMITED EDITION SL 112 AND SL 410X CABINETS

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Aguilar is offering a limited run of cabinets—250 SL 112 1x12s and 100 SL 410x 4x10s—with this special “Antique Ivory” finish, each boasting a Limited Edition 2017 label on the crossover and a numbered certificate of authenticity.

Street (SL 112) $750; (SL 410), $1,350
Contact aguilaramp.com

MORLEY
LIMITED EDITION CHROME CLIFF BURTON TRIBUTE POWER WAH FUZZ

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Morley pays homage to Metallica bass god Cliff Burton with a 500-unit reissue of his beloved Tel-Ray Morley Power Wah Fuzz that’s finished in chrome, like the original. Like last year’s silver Burton PWF, it features separate fuzz and wah effects, a wah level control, fuzz level and intensity controls, and a modern/vintage switch. Bonus: Cliff’s dad, Ray Burton, will sign some of the units.

Street $250
Contact morleypedals.com

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