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EBS Reidmar 750

Bass Guitar Amp Head from EBS .

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EBS has released its Reidmar 750 bass amp head, described as the "big brother" of the Reidmar line.

First introduced a few months ago at the Musikmesse, the Reidmar 750 is now available.

Features include: 

  • Output Power: 700 W RMS @ 4 ohm
  • 4-band EQ including Bright filter.
  • Adjustable compressor.
  • Adjustable Drive.
  • Effect loop.
  • Mini-tele input for external audio to play along with music.
  • Headphones output.
  • Input for remote footswitch (EBS RM-4) to control Character, Filter Bypass,
    Drive and Mute.
  • Weight: 3,7 kg/8.2 lbs

 No MSRP was announced. More details and sound samples can be found at EBS's official website.

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