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Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver Deluxe
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Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver Deluxe

Bass Amp Simulator from Tech 21 belonging to the SansAmp series.

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Publié le 07/21/11 à 22:00
If you are a bass player and don't have a good bass amp and the house doesn't want you to bring in your big 8x12 cabinet and could care less to mic you up in a small club or even a situation where stage sound is an issue then there is still hope. All you need is one of these floor drivers to help push your bass guitar's natural body through to the sound mixer.

This is an all analog system that allows you to bounce around from different presets allowing the user to have a multiple sound options. Though it doesn't have tubes in it it is still a very warm and natural preamp bass driver.

Bass Driver Deluxe Applications

* Take a SansAmp Bass Driver into the studio and plug directly Into the board for premium tones without miking.
* Gig with a SansAmp Bass Driver running it directly through the house PA without using a separate amp.
* Set-up with a SansAmp Bass Driver, power amp and speaker cabinet, and simultaneously run directly through the house PA for planet-dominating sound.

UTILIZATION

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Take a SansAmp Bass Driver into the studio and plug directly Into the board for premium tones without miking.
Gig with a SansAmp Bass Driver running it directly through the house PA without using a separate amp.
Set-up with a SansAmp Bass Driver, power amp and speaker cabinet, and simultaneously run directly through the house PA for planet-dominating sound.
Operable with a 9V alkaline battery, optional Tech 21 DC2 power supply, and via phantom power.
Measures 9-7/8"l x 5-1/4"w x 2-1/4"h

SOUND QUALITY

This floor preamp allows a bass guitarist to choose from four selections of sounds and push his bass playing through the house without having to lug around a hug rack and stack of equipment. There is a built i effects loop which allows the user to selection external effects such as other distortion pedals, delays, chorus, etc. This helps a musician play comfortably without having the stress of having one generic sound all night long at the gig.

This unit does sound pretty good for what it is. It works with any bass guitar and any style of music. The tone is warm but not tube warm so if you are looking for that tube warmth this is not going to be you thing. This is a function unit that sound great and helps push the tone where simple pickups can only go so far.

OVERALL OPINION

At new these units come i right at around $269, which is a heck of a price for this unit. There are other manufactures that build similar items such as Mark Bass, Ashdown, Eden, and Aguilar and all do about they same operation so choosing one can be a little bit of a task. I would recommend this unit to any looking for a good bass direct booster and doesn't want to spend a whole lot of money to get it done. This is a great unit that will help out in a pinch.
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