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Genz Benz has made some upgrades to the ML 200 line of bass combos. The three combos in the series now feature lower profile cabinet designs and Baltic Birch plywood construction. The 1x15 and 2x10 models also feature comfortable "edge-lift" handles for easy transport.
The new ML 200 series offers bottom-mounted, tilt-back handles in order to tip the cabinets up towards the performer. The new cabinet shape delivers increased output and improved low frequency response. Along with a more compact cabinet design, the ML 200 combos are lighter, more efficient and easier to transport.
Available models include the ML 200-112T, ML 200-115T, ML 200-210T and theML 200-Head.
For more information, visit their web site at www.genzbenz.com