1990s era Ampeg bass amp–Featuring a tilt-back design, the B3-28 delivers big sound (150-watts) in a small package. A two-input plate on the back lets you choose between employing the amp’s two eight-inch speakers alone or in conjunction with the piezo tweeter. Other features include inout gain with peak LED, -15 dB input pad, bass, treble and ultra-mid control, nine-band graphic EQ, XLR line-out, a pre/post EQ line-out switch and an effects loop.–Discontinued product.
AXL Guitars, San Francisco-based company, take another leap forward in the quest to create earth-shaking tones, releases their FAULTLINE series of Bass Amplifier heads and cabinets. […]
Krank D-800 is a hybrid, with an all tube preamp and 800 watts of serious class D horsepower. It has a master volume gain, 3-band eq, what Krank likes to call their “unique”, Sweep parametric eq, to dial up all the frequencies in your head and then some. Fat Growl adds a deep, wide fuzz, Girth adds extra low end, Mid-punch brings a classic “dirty” rock tone to the party and a Brite function for added top end. […]
The Mesa/Boogie M9 Carbine Bass amp is essentially an updated version of the M6 Carbine, a bass amplifier that bass players worldwide hold dear for its all-tube Trans-Class preamp and MOSFET power section which gives the M6 its clarity and versatility […]