Warwick launches ‘pocket-sized’ Gnome amplifier heads

Fitted with some flexible connectivity.

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Warwick has launched the Gnome series of amplifier heads, which were first announced back at NAMM.

The small solid-state heads have been designed with transparency and high-headroom in mind, as well as their portability. Each features a 3-band EQ with 15 dB of cut or boost on each band, for a wide range of sculpting options.

In terms of connectivity, they’re a flexible bunch of Gnomes – there’s a balanced XLR-out, with a switchable ground lift, meaning easy connection straight into a soundboard or interface. They also offer a headphone socket, which can be used for silent practising when you disconnect the also-present traditional speaker output jack. All of the models offer 4-ohm operation from this jack, with the Pro model delivering 280 watts and the others delivering 200 watts.

The ‘i’ editions of the amplifiers also include USB connectivity for use of the head as an audio interface.

The prices for the different models are below:

  • Warwick Gnome Pocket Amp Head (200W, no interface) – €149.90
  • Warwick Gnome i (200W, interface) – €189.90
  • Warwick Gnome i Pro (280W, interface) – €229.90

Find out more at shop.warwick.de.

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