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The Little Mark Tube bass amp head solves an age-old dilemma of whether to use a solid state or a tube preamp....
No frills, no gimmicks, just pure tube-driven bass tone.
A powerful bass tube amp with amazing EQ flexibility, the VB-3 is the perfect centerpiece for your tube bass...
The SVT...The Sound of Rock 'n' Roll! 1970's era "Blue-Line" SVT Reissue Head. Authentic Rocker Switches,...
The bass player is the undisputable soul of the rhythm section. Holding down the groove of the song, the bass line can provide a spark that brings everything to life, so it's important that it's loud enough to hear. A tube bass amplifier head is exactly what you will need to get this job done. When you're choosing your bass head to pair with your cabinet, it's important to understand the difference between a tube bass amplifier head and a solid state head. Tube amps provide a pleasing overdrive a wonderfully warm sound and volume to spare, but do require more upkeep than their solid state counterparts, which are generally more durable. The choice you make should reflect your specific playing style. When purchasing a bass head, take a moment to think about what kind of sound you are looking to achieve. Are you looking for a vintage sound? Then you will definitely want to check out the Ampeg SVT-VR Vintage Reissue 300 Watt SVT Amp. It's been crafted to replicate the legendary tone of the SVT produced in the 70s. If, on the other hand you want a more modern sound, the Peavey Tour VB-2 Tube Bass Amp Head might be best for you. It offers the versatility required for everything from metal, to reggae, making it a valuable addition to your rig. In the end, the right decision is to pick the tube bass amplifier head that best reflects your ambitions. There are a wide variety of options available to you for an almost limitless number of sounds. Whether you're practising in the basement, recording in the studio, or heading out on the road with the band, your tube bass amplifier head will be an integral part of your sound for years to come.