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    Engl released Powerball II

    saw a vid from Namm on their site, blacked out like the new fireball, really looks nice too

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    cool thnks

    So along with that jaw-dropping news, would you happen to have maybe a link to what you're talking about? I was crawling around the Engl site and didn't see shit. But hey thanks for the news.

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    Any changes to the amp itself besides the looks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    Any changes to the amp itself besides the looks?
    It costs more

    ENGL Amplification Introduces the New Powerball II E645/2 at 2010 NAMM Show - Premier Guitar

    The new ENGL Powerball II offers more tone, more control, and more options than ever before!
    Separate Gain controls for each channel, a remote controllable, switchable FX Loop, a Middle-boosted sound option, and a new improved tube monitoring system make it the most versatile and sophisticated Powerball.

    New features on the rear panel include an ENGL S.A.C. Port to accept the custom Z9 allowing more controllability via footswitch. Also, both the Noise Gate and F.X. Loop Send & Return are accessible via footswitch (On/Off).

    With 100 Watts of pure 6L6 power amp fury, the new Powerball II delivers more tonal options for a wider variety of musical styles.

    The Powerball II carries an MSRP of $2678 and will Street around $2149.

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    Does this one have a midrange response that does NOT sound like a transistor radio?
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