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Trace Elliot 715 1x15 250W Bass Combo
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The 715 is a 200W bass combo with a 15" Celestion, high-frequency tweeter, and 7-band graphic EQ to fine tune your sound with ease. Highly efficient ...Read More
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Trace Elliot's 715 packs a huge punch of power and the controls to tame it.
The 715 is a 200W bass combo with a 15" Celestion, high-frequency tweeter, and 7-band graphic EQ to fine tune your sound with ease. Highly efficient output stage uses MOSFET technology. Footswitchable features include Pre Shape; graphic EQ; compressor with self-adjusting, program-dependent attack/release times; and an output mute. Cab is tuned to 42Hz with an unobstructed bottom slot for tight response.
- 15" specially voiced Celestion speaker
- High-frequency tweeter
- 7-band graphic EQ
- Footswitchable Pre Shape; graphic EQ; compresor with self-adjusting, program-dependent attack/release times; output mute
- Series effects loop
- Electronically balanced XLR DI output (selectable pre/post preamp)
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I've owned this combo since late last year. It's been reliable in rehearsals and at gigs. It just came home from a gig last night as I let my friend use it in his R&B band. I'm not aware of any noise issue with this amp. In all fairness thou... I'm looking to upgrade to........ something even lighter!!! I think the 715 weighs about 60 lbs. Not bad but not great. I would also be the first to say that this combo isn't going to work for everyone as there is NO hype about it's sound. I've noticed other combos (acoustic, ampeg, G&K etc) tend to hype the sound of their more affordable gear. The Trace 715 is not hyped. It is what you would expect from a small combo. Great for reheasals and plenty for smaller venues.
This family of combos has been renamed the 715X because there is a horrible noise issue with the regular 715. Every single amp has the same buzzing sound. The 715X does not have the problem.