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Aguilar Tone Hammer 350

Bass Guitar Amp Head from Aguilar belonging to the Tone Hammer series

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Excellent!

Aguilar Tone Hammer 350Published on 10/14/13 at 07:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
amplifying transistor D
350 watts into 4 ohms
175 watts into 8 ohms
One Speakon output Hp ONLY
A DI front
Basses
Mediums
Mid Freq
Treble
Gain
Drive
Master
Less than 2kg!

UTILIZATION

The amp is versatile enough for most bass sounds.
I mainly use it at home to repeat the headphone or if a speaker of the same brand with my fretless.
Convenient to carry.
Even on a single 8 ohm speaker, 175 watts are there, I think I can say without taking risks that can be felt after my own have 100 watts actually available, the magic of class D, less waste!

SOUNDS

So for sound this amp is very good, the knobs are effective and remain accurate.
For my fretless it's...…
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amplifying transistor D
350 watts into 4 ohms
175 watts into 8 ohms
One Speakon output Hp ONLY
A DI front
Basses
Mediums
Mid Freq
Treble
Gain
Drive
Master
Less than 2kg!

UTILIZATION

The amp is versatile enough for most bass sounds.
I mainly use it at home to repeat the headphone or if a speaker of the same brand with my fretless.
Convenient to carry.
Even on a single 8 ohm speaker, 175 watts are there, I think I can say without taking risks that can be felt after my own have 100 watts actually available, the magic of class D, less waste!

SOUNDS

So for sound this amp is very good, the knobs are effective and remain accurate.
For my fretless it's really very nice.

on the other hand I often use the headphones with the DI plugged into a mixer to play with a very scooped and with a drive on the treble sound.
Just the preamp in a headphone that's fine, but as soon as they pass against a baffle on the drive become much more dirty, it should lower the gain and it still remains a bit of media that I find so ugly in distortion. In fact the preamp is more neutral than the power amp that really adds her psychics. For this kind of sound where I have not found the right setting. Well I agree that it's really a special case as the mediums are very dug, it is not representative of most of the sounds used.

on the other hand for my fretless with its very mediums the fact of the power amp adds mediums is pretty good.

Nevertheless, I really like this little amp, I might use it in concert with his famous drive / distortion that I can not in good control on this amp, I'd probably do an edit to a little account.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this amp for about 6 months, I bought it for a second amp in case my SVT Classic have any problems (it has happened to me having relamper the week before a concert) and head especially for a quality amp at home (I leave the SVT and 810 in the rehearsal room).
What I like most is its tiny size and the power it delivers. I could do a buff dude with a metal drummer and a guitarist playing on 2x12 and 100 watt lamps in a small room. I thought I was limited in volume and not at all, even with just a small cabinet Aguilar SL112 that has dislocated and dislocated with quality sound, not that clips on all sides! That prior to these buffs I took the big bouzin Ampeg ...

Very nice amp, practice, quality, and then also not ugly like!
I put 8 to the power amp could be more neutral, paradoxically the power amp tube in my SVT Classic is right I think (Ampeg heads are straight are the speakers that go through and do the typical grain that I love).
And also because, as I have loved an AUX input and a headphone output to work in silence.
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  • Manufacturer: Aguilar
  • Model: Tone Hammer 350
  • Series: Tone Hammer
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 12/28/2011

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Other names: tonehammer 350, tonehammer350, tone hammer350, th350, th 350

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