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Tone-Tools Launches Fat Cat 1x12 Cabinet for Guitarists

Tone-Tools has introduced the Fat Cat 1x12 speaker cabinet for guitar, ready to be fitted with a 12" speaker of your choice...

September 9, 2004

Tone-Tools has introduced the Fat Cat 1x12 speaker cabinet for guitar, ready to be fitted with a 12" speaker of your choice.

Hand-made in the USA, the Fat Cat 1x12 speaker cabinet is a detuned, front ported, closed back design, and constructed with 3/4" void-free Birch plywood throughout, including the back and baffle, with finger jointed corners. Pine is used for internal bracing.

The Fat Cat 1x12 cabinet comes with a black leatherette covering, chrome corner protectors, rubber feet, and leather handle. The type of grill cloth can be selected when ordering.

Weight: 35 pounds. Dimensions: 24"Wx19"Hx10.5"D

Price: $389 (not including speaker).

For more information, visit their web site at www.tone-tools.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004