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A breakthrough in size, weight, power, and tone.
From the bass-crazed engineers at Ashdown comes the extraordinary Superfly Compact Programmable Bass Amp. This tiny, lightweight head features a hi-fi, programmable bass preamp and robustdual 250W power sections. Weighing just 10 pounds, and only slightly larger than a shoebox, it pumps out powerful, authoritative sound. The preamp is easy to program, and gives you 69 user presets and 30 factory presets. Each preset can combine settings for input level, 7-band graphic EQ, and compression. You can switch presets with any MIDI-compatible pedal for onstage performance control.
High-powered, toneful amplification you can carry under your arm. Heck, your kid could carry it under his arm. Click or call now to get Superfly.
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How cool is this? I get 99 different options for tone, it's totally user friendly, sounds every bit...an Ashdown (nuff said), and I can throw the thing over my shoulder and take it to my gig. Totally impressive... I love it!
Just got this about three weeks ago. My sound has gone from average to " how the hell did he get that" in less than a month.At first I did not realize the Suplerfly's full potential and was mistakenly using it as mainly an amp with eq presets( pretty obvious right?). As I started crafting indivudual eq setting for diffrent setting in my pedal board I realized where the superfly can really shine. Now I can go from crisp low end to vintage distorion in one click with any bass I have! Without doin' the 'mexian hat' dance at the pedal board!.I love this thing. One thing I miss is that it should've come with onboard Fx. It only has compression and you can not alter the compression values from the front panel. You can only do this from it's software. Oh and maybe a different display where you can save patch names by alpha name not by 2 digit number