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Bass Guitar Amp Head from Genz-Benz belonging to the Shuttle series

The new models utilize the same Class D amplifier technology as the Shuttle 6.0 series


Preamp features include: FET and 12AX7 TUBE channels—selectable and blendable, low and high gain settings per channel, four band Active EQ networks with dual parametric mid-range networks, adjustable signal shape circuits and LED status indicators. The rear panel design has XLR D.I. interface, 3 effects loops, aux. input, headphone out, tuner out, footswitch jacks and Speakon® outputs.

This model delivers 200 watts of output from an amp that weights 6.75 lbs. With dual Class D amp modules this ShuttleMAX produces its full output into two 4 ohm loads (one per amplifier output).

The ShuttleMAX12.0 dual power amp design offers a variety of available output power choices:
  • One 8 ohm load (either Amp A or Amp B driven)… 375 watts
  • One 4 ohm load (either Amp A or Amp B driven)… 600 watts
  • Two 8 ohm loads (Amp A and Amp B driven)… 750 watts
  • One 4 ohm load (Amp A) one 8 ohm load (Amp B)…975 watts
  • Two 4 ohm loads (Amp A and Amp B driven)… 1200 watts

FEATURES
  • Dual Channels—FET and Tube Preamps
  • Switchable or Blendable Preamps
  • Input Mute Circuit
  • High and Low Gain Switch per Channel
  • Active 4 Band EQ with Dual Parametric Mids
  • High Current Class D Amplifier Design
  • Adjustable 3 Band Signal Shape Circuits
  • Limiter Circuit
  • LED Status Indicators
  • Speakon® Speaker Outputs
  • Internal Fan Cooling
  • Full XLR Direct Output Interface
  • Aux. Input
  • Headphone Jack
  • Three Effects Loops (FET Ch; Tube Ch; Master)
  • 115/230 Volt Switchable
  • 5 Position Footswitch Included

For more info, check out genzbenz.com.
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