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TC Electronic Staccato'51 Bass Head

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Bass Guitar Amp Head de la marque TC Electronic appartenant à la série RH Amps

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TC and bass player Francis Rocco Prestia have joined forces to make Staccato'51 — a custom-tuned version of the RH450 that's been made to Rocco's specification and ear.

Staccato’51 Features in Detail, according to TC Electronic
  • Classic Tone section — Based on the classic virtues of bass tone stacks, tailored to Rocco’s liking.
  • TubeTone — TubeTone emulates every characteristic of both pre-amp and power amp to deliver the full tube sound. Rocco has this dialled in so the TubeTone gives him to growl when diggin’ in.
  • SpectraComp — A regular compressor tends to be dominated by the lower string, but Staccato’51's SpectraComp technology allows virtually 'per string’ compression that evens out the compression across all strings.
  • Integrated Chromatic Tuner — Ultrafast chromatic bass tuner built in.
  • Instrument Input — Covers both Active and Passive pickup instruments.
  • Integrated Linedriver Output — The Staccato’51's DI is transformer balanced and galvanically isolated from the rest of the amp, which means no ground loops or hum.
  • Speaker Output and Linedriver Mute.
  • Effects Loop — Insert point (pre-amp out, power amp in).
  • Auto-sensing PSU — The built-in power supply operates from 90 to 240 Volts.
  • Speaker output — Combined Speakon and ¼" speaker output.
  • 4kg.
  • 450w power handling (800w peak).
  • Staccato’51 is compatible with all RS cabinets and it will drive any triple combination of the existing models (RS112, RS210, RS212, RS410).

Pricing & Availability
$1559 MSRP (USD), the Staccato’51 will be available from October.

For more information, visit www.tcelectronic.com.
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