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Ashdown MiBass 550

Bass Guitar Amp Head from Ashdown belonging to the MiBass series.

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Ashdown announces its new MiBass amp heads.

 

At 210(h) x 66(w) x 160(d) mm including an internal power supply, the 220 and 550-watt models are designed to fit inside a typical gigbag pocket. Aside from the standard colour options of silver (550) and black (220), blue and purple finishes are also available, along with the option to create your own custom front panel.

 

Alongside Ashdown's VU meter, the MiBass models also comes with several features. The front panel includes switchable active/passive instrument inputs, seven-band semi-parametric equalisation, deep and shape switches, an EQ in/out switch, an output level control and a mini jack line input with level control.

 

Around the back you'll find a pre/post switchable balanced DI output, FX send and return, a line output, a headphone output and a pair of combination speakon/jack speaker outputs.

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