Hartke Bass Amplifiers
Today, Hartke believers can be found in every genre. Their ability to deliver precise, clear tones at incredibly powerful volumes makes them very popular in metal, for instance. Megadeth's David Ellefson and Alice Cooper bassist Chuck Garric are two examples of metalheads who trust Hartke to power them up onstage. Both of these artists use the HyDrive 810 cabinet with Kilo and LH1000 heads, a combination that's readily available to you if you want sounds like theirs.
Another acclaimed bassist using the LH1000 is Nate Watts, whose work with Stevie Wonder emphasizes just how versatile that head really is. Nate pairs his LH1000 up with a tag team of HyDrive 115 and HyDrive 410 cabinets; a setup that he loves for its ability to handle the high-output down-tuned tone of his custom bass, which had proven too much for other amps he tried in the past.
That's one of the best things about Hartke bas amplifiers and cabinets - they'll take virtually anything you can throw at them without breaking a sweat. When you need venue-rattling power that maintains every ounce of nuance and precision in your instrument's tone, Hartke will deliver exactly that.