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Marshall MB450H

Bass Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the MB series.

Marshall Amplification is now shipping its entire range of MB Series bass amplifiers, including eight featured models — four combos, one head and three extension cabinets.


These units join the MB15 and MB30 models.

Featured models include:
  • MB60 - 60-Watt, hybrid 1x12" combo
  • MB150 - 150-Watt, hybrid 1x15" combo
  • MB450H - 450-Watt, hybrid head
  • MB4210 - 450-Watt, hybrid 2x10" combo
  • MB4410 - 450-Watt, hybrid 4x10" combo
  • MBC115 - 300-Watt, 1x15" bass reflex cabinet with H.F. horn
  • MBC410 - 600-Watt, 4x10" bass reflex cabinet with H.F. horn
  • MBC810 - 1200-Watt, 8x10" bass reflex cabinet with H.F. horn

Each amp features two totally independent, footswitchable channels: Classic and Modern (a footswitch is supplied with each model). The Modern channel offers a crispness and crystal clarity that is ideal for slap and other modern styles, as well as a built-in, variable compressor. The Classic channel boasts an ECC83 preamp tube and features a Gain control plus a Boost switch, allowing users to dial in exactly the amount of "grit" desired for their tone. To further enhance the tonal versatility of these two channels, the active 3-band EQ on the Modern channel features semi-parametric Mid controls while the passive 3-band EQ on the Classic channel features an adjustable, 3-way mid Voice control.

Additional features provide advanced functionality for today's bass player: a series FX loop, Passive/Active input selection, XLR DI line out (pre or post), built-in limiter, CD/MP3 input and a headphone jack for silent practice.

The MB450H, MB4210 and MB4410 models also offer a footswitchable channel blend facility that has controls for both Blend and Volume, giving the user three tonal options that areaccessible via the two-way footswitch.

Marshall's entire MB Series of bass amplifiers is available immediately with individual pricing (U.S. MSRPs) as follows:
  • MB15 - $189.00
  • MB30 - $278.00
  • MB60 - $678.00
  • MB150 - $858.00
  • MB4210 - $978.00
  • MB4410 - $1178.00
  • MB450H - $698.00
  • MBC410 - $678.00
  • MBC115 - $548.00
  • MBC810 - $1248.00

For more information, visit their web site at www.marshallamps.com.
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