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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 ...Click To Read More About This Product
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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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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.
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.