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Ashdown Dual Tube Preamp Series 330 Touring 115H Bass Combo Amp  

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First heard in the 427 Small Block, Ashdown’s Dual Tube bass preamp was an instant hit, thanks to its solid, articulate bottom end and sparkling high...Read More

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Articulate bottom end and sparkling highs from a 1x15" with a dual tube preamp and vintage looks.

First heard in the 427 Small Block, Ashdown’s Dual Tube bass preamp was an instant hit, thanks to its solid, articulate bottom end and sparkling highs. The 330W Ashdown 330 Touring 115H takes this stunning tube preamp design and partners it with an uprated and tour proven MAG power stage, delivering the payload via a custom 15” driver with an HF horn for extended top end response.

The discerning bass player gets high and low gain inputs, front panel-mounted FX send and return, rotary bass, middle and treble controls with mid shift, bass shift and bright switching, mute switch, rotary gain and master volume controls and a DI output.

Retro cabinet styling features vinyl covering, chrome protective corners, vintage red grille cloth and, of course, the trademark illuminated Ashdown VU meter.

FEATURES
  • 307W (330) Power output
  • 230 / 115 / 100V Power requirement
  • 1 - 15" Speaker
  • Jack speaker outputs
  • 4 Ohms

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dual Tube Preamp Series 330 Touring 115H Bass Combo Amp

  • -3dB at 20Hz and 20kHz Frequency response
  • High Instrument Input: impedance 1m Ohms, input range 25mV - 1.5V p-p
  • Low Instrument Input: impedance 100k Ohms, input range 25mV - 6V p-p
  • Line Input: impedance 100k Ohms, input level 0dBu nominal
  • DI Output: 600 Ohms balanced, level 0dBu nominal
  • Effects Send: 1k Ohms, level 0dBu nominal
  • Effects Return: 1M Ohms, input level 0dBu Nominal
  • Dimensions: (W x H x D) 24" x 24" x 13.38"
  • Weight: 52.91 lb.
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AshdownDual Tube Preamp Series 330 Touring 115H Bass Combo Amp
 
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4.0

Condition 4

By bassjoeusa

from midwest usa

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Hefty But Not Too Bad

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Performances

Comments about Ashdown Dual Tube Preamp Series 330 Touring 115H Bass Combo Amp:

This is the 2nd Condition 4 item I have purchased from here. On this one, the case was cracked and fuse was blown. I took it to my amp guy and he took amp out of case, found no big problems and speaker passed signal. I put in the proper fuse from Radio Shack and fired it up and it is good to go. I think this was a good value and will be back for more items like this!

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2.0

Great sound under powered

By Ric N Backer

from NY

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Pros

  • Excellent Sound

Cons

  • Difficult To Use
  • Weak

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    Comments about Ashdown Dual Tube Preamp Series 330 Touring 115H Bass Combo Amp:

    Great sounding amp. love the tone. the unit weighs roughly 75 pounds. the manufacturer states its a 330 watt amp. it is actually on 180-220 watts by itself and you need a 75 pound cab to get the other 100 watts out of it.

    ridiculous in this day and age of lightweight powerful amps.

    the pre amp tubes and power stage rattles in this amp.

    tech support states that the insides of the tube hits the glass and thats the sound I was hearing

    ?????

    I have used tube amps back in the late 70's, they did not rattle.....

    nice sounding amp if you are looking for a large heavy monster to play low volume gigs or jams with...

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