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January 24, 2005
New for 2005, Hartke's HA3500 is now available in a fresh silver faced edition. Hartke has also added a new HA2500 bass amplifier to the lineup to round out the series for added applications.
With 250 Watts of available power, the 2500 will drive your small to mid-sized bass rig. The 2500 features the new Hartke silver face chassis and includes selectable passive or active inputs, tube and solid-state pre-amps, variable compression, a 10-band graphic EQ, high/low frequency contour control and XLR direct out.
The new Hartke 3500 features the same performance and features of the original model released back in 1990, with 350 Watts of clean Hartke power and punch. The 3500 includes selectable passive or active input, tube and solid-state pre-amps, variable compression, 10-band graphic EQ, high / low frequency contour control and a direct XLR output. The new edition features the new silver facedfront panel design housed in a vintage-style wood cabinet enclosure.
For more information, visit their web site at www.hartke.com