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How do you make your bass sound even better than it already does? With an Ashdown bass amplifier. Founded in 1997 and gaining immediate industry acclaim for their hand-wired build process, Ashdown Engineering has attracted dozens of artists who all swear by the quality of their amps. Vintage in style, and made to be heard, the selection here represents some of the finest gear Ashdown has to offer. Before picking out a bass amp, it's definitely worth your time to think about your specific needs so you get the best Ashdown possible. If space is at a premium where you practice, but you're still looking for something with stellar tone, check out the TourBus 15 Practice Amp. Lightweight in design, but featuring an 8" speaker that puts out 15-watts of potent power, this retro-looking amp also has a number of controls and even a headphone jack when you need to keep things quiet.
On the other hand, if you're here for power, and a lot of it, get ready to shatter eardrums everywhere with the USA 1600W 8x10 4-Ohm Bass Cabinet. Hand-built and designed with professional players in mind, this bass cabinet features ceramic magnet assemblies, paper cones, and hand-wound voice coils for a sound that's as massive as the eight speakers it houses. Finished with a tilt-back bar and wheels for easier transportation, this cabinet was made to rock loud and proud.
You'll even find specialized amp heads here to compliment some of the cabinets, like the MiBass-550 Bass Amp Head, that give you insane control over your sound. The MiBass features 550-watts of power, all in a compact package, with added deep and shape switches, an active/passive input pad and 7-band Combination Active/graphic EQ. You've never used an amp head quite like this before.
With other options that focus specifically on size, projection or tone, you'll be blown away by everything that these amps can do. No matter how you need your bass amp to work for you, you'll find it with Ashdown.