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The new B800H 800W Bass Amp Head from Acoustic lets you take "the pro's tone" to a whole new level with 800 watts of output at your fingertips. Pro features include an overdrive channel with separate volume control, notch filter with sweepable frequency, 6-band EQ with shape control, Acousti-comp compression, and footswitchable output defeat. The rear panel includes both 1/4" and locking speaker jacks, full-function direct output and a special link feature that allows you to slave another B800H head. Get the "pro's tone" with power to spare - the B800H from Acoustic.
An 800W head with advanced features, Acoustic technology and power to spare.
- B800H 800W bass head
- 800 Watts (@ 4 ohms)
- 1/4" inputs w/ -10dB pad for active basses
- Mute switch (footswitchable)
- Solid-state preamp
- Gain, Overdrive, Overdrive level and Volume controls
- Notch filter is switchable w/ selectable frequency
- 6 band EQ w/ shape control
- XLR direct out w/ Level control, pre/post switch and ground lift
- Dual 1/4", Locking barrel-type speaker outs
- Effects loop (1/4" send and return)
- 1/4" Link feature allows multiple heads to be slaved together
- Switchable "Acousti-Comp" compressor w/ clip indicator light
Shape your sound with Acoustic today!
B800H 800W Bass Amp Head
- Dimensions: 21.1"W x 15.2"D x 6.5"H
- Weight: 43.5 lb.
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- Controllable Overdrive
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Wide Range Of Tones
- Amateur Recording
- Professional Recording
Comments about Acoustic B800H 800W Bass Amp Head:
I'll start by saying that I have played many different amps including Crate, Ampeg, Hartke, GK, Fender, and Carvin and the first time I heard the Acoustic B200H, I was blown away. I could not believe the tone and power I was getting from that amp. I bought it immediately and have been using it for about 6 years now without a single issue. The only other amp I can say I really liked was the Carvin and Fender Pro 400. I have used it to play bars, nightclubs, arenas and stadiums opening up for some major bands and always get mad props for my sound. When I recently saw MF place the B800H on sale, I couldn't help myself. I can't see where I will ever need that much power, but you can never have too much. The amp is ridiculously heavy but with all the extras, it is somewhat expected. The Overdrive and Level are really nice for getting some old Black Sabbath, Motorhead and RATM sounds. It has taken me a while to explore different tones as it has more to offer than the B200H. If you are on the fence, do yourself a favor and buy it. Acoustic has been very good to me (unlike Crate and Ampeg)and am very happy with both amps. Yes I still have the B200H. No need to get rid of a great amp. One last tidbit, I use a Crate BT215 Cab (4 ohms) with the speakers switched out to 2 Eminence Delta 15's which really match up great to both amps. I have 15 years playing experience.
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