Positive Grid announces the Bias Head
Positive Grid will include their Bias modeling and amp matching technology to a physical 600 W guitar amp head.
The upcoming Bias Head can be connected to a computer, smartphone and tablet via the USB or wireless connections in order to use the amp models and presets available in the Bias apps.
The guitar amp head features several control sections, among which a Vintage one with 3-band EQ, presence, master, gain and output level, a Bright section with a distortion and a Rectifier section.
On the rear of the amp, Positive Grid put an effect loop, a headphone output, XLR and 1/4” jack line outputs and MIDI in, out and thru.
Here’s the presentation of this new Bias Head, which might be the first real competitor to the Kemper Profiler. More details are expected soon at www.positivegrid.com.
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