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[Musikmesse] Ampeg updates its BA Series

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Ampeg BA-110

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Ampeg belonging to the Bassamp series.

Three years after the last update, Ampeg renews its BA bass amp series and introduces at Musikmesse 2014 five models.

The BA Series 2014 Edition features five BA-108, BA-110, BA-112, BA-115 and BA-210 bass combos. The four biggest models feature a new Bass Scrambler overdrive circuit, which can be footswitched on the BA-112, BA-115 and BA-210.

All the combos feature a three-band EQ, independent Blend and Drive controls, volume knob and a -15dB input pad for active basses. You’ll also find a 1/8” stereo aux input and output.

The design of the baffles allow for a 60” back tilt and horizontal or vertical installation for easy projection in any playing condition.

 

Details of the series:

  • BA-108: 15W RMS, 8” Ampeg Custom8 speaker, Legacy Ampeg preamp, US Price: $139.99
  • BA-110: 30W RMS, 10” Ampeg Custom10 speaker, Legacy Ampeg preamp, Bass Scrambler overdrive, headphone output, US price: $251.99
  • BA-112: 75W RMS, 12” Ampeg Custom12 speaker, Ampeg Legacy preamp, Bass Scrambler overdrive, headphone output, US pricing: $419.99
  • BA-115: 150W RMS, 15” Ampeg Custom15 speaker, 1” tweeter, Ampeg Legacy preamp, Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaper, Bass Scrambler, XLR balanced line output, effect loop, HF mute, headphone output, US Pricing; $559.99
  • BA-210: 450W RMS, 2x10” Ampeg Custom10 speakers, 1” tweeter, Legacy Ampeg preamp, Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaper, Bass Scrambler overdrive, XLR balanced line output, effect loop, HF Mute, headphone output, extension cab output, US pricing: $699.99

Discover the new BA combos at www.ampeg.com.

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