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Trace Elliot AH1000-12 1000W Bass Amplifier Head
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The AH1000-12 delivers a massive 1000W (2x500W) of power for the demanding bassist. Each internal output stage uses MOSFET technology and incorporate...Click To Read More About This Product
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Trace Elliot's AH1000-12 has the power and features pro players want.
The AH1000-12 delivers a massive 1000W (2x500W) of power for the demanding bassist. Each internal output stage uses MOSFET technology and incorporates a dual-tube driver stage for signal pre-conditioning. The 12-band EQ delivers more control over your sound. 6 footswitchable features include Pre Shape for the classic Trace sound, Valve to add warmth or overdrive, a dual band compressor with separate hi and lo bands, a sophisticated effects loop, and an output mute.
- 1000W of power (2x500W)
- MOSFET technology
- Dual-tube driver stages for signal pre-conditioning
- 12-band Trace Elliot graphic equalizer
- Dual-band compressor with separate hi/lo controls
- Sophisticated effects loop (hi-pass/lo-pass/full range outputs, left/right/mono returns, series/parallel switch, loop level control)
- Electronically balanced XLR DI outputs for pre-EQ and post-preamp left/right
- Left/right line outputs
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Just look at it. There you go, you've got it. I'm not gonna try and describe it any other way, because a large amount of internet forum browsing has led me to believe that a large amount of adverbs are actually quite subjective. I've got it on top of Henry, the 8X8. I'm using TI flatwounds on a bubinga Spector Legend 6.I've named my bass tone "bubbles," due to the large amount of tapping and hammer-ons I employ. I feel like my bass tone is most certainly unique, but sits best it a mix (over a drummer, under a guitar). Gangly, awkward, goofy, etc... Sort of like a mad scientist. If any of the above helps, you probably can grasp the kind of bass amp this is....kind of pricey, though.