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TC Electronic Combo450 450W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp
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TC Electronic's Combo450 features a 450-watt bass head featuring TubeTone, a unique tone control section that delivers all of the rich characteristic...Click To Read More About This Product
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World-class power and design, combined with impeccable craftsmanship and portability.
TC Electronic's Combo450 features a 450-watt bass head featuring TubeTone, a unique tone control section that delivers all of the rich characteristics of a full-on tube amp as well as SpectraComp offering 'per string' compression for more bite and punch than any other bass amp compressor. The TC Electronic Combo450 also includes the on-board chromatic bass tuner, three user memories alongside the Active Power Management system, giving it maximum power impact, resulting with the Combo450 bass amplifier behaving like a tube amp at full blast”all key features that don't exist in any other combo.
The TC Electronic bass amp comes matched with the customized Eminence 2 x 10" drivers and 1" tweeter that deliver the clean, punchy and powerful Combo450 sound. The amp and speakers are housed in the 18mm hard-wearing plywood cabinet with a pull-up handle and wheels for easy transportation.
Other features on the bass combo include an auto-sensing PSU (power supply), so the bass combo can be plugged in safely in any country while on tour, and a Rehearsal Input socket that allows you to plug in a variety of audio sources so you can play along for practice. Connecting the optional RC4 foot controller to Combo450 gives you instant control over the three user memories as well as on-floor tuner indication.
The TC Electronic Combo450 also has speaker breakout connections to add additional cabinets. And as all TC Electronic amps, the Combo450bass amp can drive a combination of any three TC cabinets. Also, as Combo450 uses the TC 'stackability' system, it can be expanded in a variety of ways for the ultimate power combo for those larger gigs.
- Spectra Comp Control
- Tube Tone Control
- Three User Memories
- Flexible Tone Control
- Integrated Chromatic Tuner
- Rehearsal Input
- World Ready power supply
- Digital Recording output
- Integrated Linedriver
- Handle and wheels for portability
- 450 watt power handling
Combo450 really is an ultimate bass partnership—your 'go-to' system for every situation.
- Power: 450 watt (800+W peak)
- Weight: 57.3 lb.
- Balanced 'DI' output: Galvanic isolated transformer-balanced (pre/post pre-amp)
- Tone controls: Low shelf (71Hz to 1.1kHz), Low Mid (100Hz to 1.6kHz), High Mid (200Hz to 3.1kHz), High Shelf (400Hz to 6.3kHz)
- Headphone output: Speaker filter and rehearsal stereo output
- Tuner: Chromatic
- Presets: 3 user memories
- Compression: SpectraCompTM multi-band compression
- Drive: TubeToneTM full amp simulation
- Preset level: 12dB range
- Recording out: AES/EBU 96kHz output (S/PDIF compatible)
- Rehearsal in: Stereo RCA input, (RCA-mini jack cable included)
- Remote connection: 7-pin DIN connector incl. power and communication
- Enclosure: 18mm plywood side panels, 18mm carved hardwood rounded corners
- Surface treatment: 'Anti-skid' dual component surface
- Porting: Rear porting
- Woofer: Eminence custom 10"
- Tweeter: Eminence 33mm voicecoil, titanium diaphragm
- Tweeter adjustment: L-pad (off - 0dB)
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This is a versatile portable bass rig. It is easy to dial in authentic old-school bass tones or modern thumb-n-pop tones. You can store your favorite tweaks by pressing a single button (twice) and it remembers three settings. It?s loud enough for my Jazz gigs in small venues.The extendable suitcase handle with two rear wheels, (like a suitcase) is a nice idea taken from Ampeg's porta-bass. I had one of those a few years back and liked the convenience of this design. I'm glad to see someone was smart enough to keep this suitcase-wheel / handle idea alive. Ampeg made the same mistake TC is making now though: They overcharged for this convenience. Too few of us underpaid bassists could afford the tariff, so the portabass line was discontinued. TC has a ?high-end? reputation so they might be able to get away with it. I hope they are successful with this design because I love mine and don?t want to see it discontinued like the portabass was. That makes it difficult to get parts for repair.BTW: you can get a wheel / handle kit exactly like these for $12 that attach to any existing cab under 100 lbs. I have used those on other cabs because I like the feature so much, and it works quite well. I have also had good results with those folding hand-carts that cost $22 bucks at home centers.If you are in the market for a nice bass head too and have plenty of dough to throw around, get this one. It's sweet!
I just love the "little suitcase" format of this thing. I can't understand why it would be available "used" when they just came out a month ago! We'll just have to file that under 'things that make you go "hmmm..."This is such a cool looking amp, I hope they get some more of them back that are "used" with "blemishes" so the price comes way way way down. I might get one.
I bought a blem with some Christmas cash I had - No way I could have afforded a new one. Plugged it in and WOW! Not only is it very attractive - and sounds good - it's so portable! 57 pounds! I have 3 other amps - all Peaveys - I have them at: 1.Home 2.Practice and 3.The Church So many because I can't drag around 100 pound amps.Now, I'm gonna sell ALL of them and stick with the TC. 57 pounds - sweet relief for this old guy...Lotsa bells and whistles on this unit - the tube tone gives me a good growl, but it's so easy to dial this thing into warm butter. I got the foot controller - 50% handy, 50% cool. The mute on the foot unit is very handy, as is the tuner. I really like this amp and I find myself playing with it a lot more than ever before. Heck, I run my bass flat and control everything at the amp...I only fuss with the volume on the bass. Expensive? You bet, but it's light, and the Rebel head is VERY WELL protected in it's little hole in the 2x10 cabinet. If you're gonna buy a 450 amp and a 2x10 cabinet anyway, consider this little duo. It's a good match and very handy. Very easy to pull the amp out of the cabinet. If you can afford it - get it - if you can't afford it, save up - TC Electronics is a level WAY BEYOND Peavey.