Brand: TC Electronic
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The BG250 1x15” ultra-light bass combo is the first amp in history with the power to choose and replace on-board effects time and time again. The revolutionary TonePrint® concept offers signature tones created by an ever-expanding list of the world’s finest bass players such as Nathan East (Eric Clapton, Fourplay, Toto), Charles Cave (White Lies), Michael Shuman (Queens of the Stoneage), Gail Ann Dorsey (Lenny Kravitz, David Bowie, Seal), Mark King (Level 42), Roscoe Beck (Leonard Cohen, Robben Ford) and many more – all free of charge. In other words, this loud, light and open-design amp will surpass everything that you have come to expect from a bass combo!
With BG250, you get a staggering 250 watts of raw power, delivered through a cutting-edge, lightweight Class D amp technology that helps bringing the total weight down to an extremely portable 35 lbs., making it one of the lightest yet loudest combos in its class. The preamp gives you an ultra-fast, integrated 5-string bass tuner, TubeDrive and intelligently contoured Bass Tone controls that create anything from crispy, modern slap tones over grungy, cranked-tube-like tones for classic rock to tight and funky Jaco tones with ease.
250 Watt portable bass combo amplifier for stage and studio
Ultra-compact and lightweight bass cabinet design
2 TonePrint knobs for dual signature effects created by some of the world's greatest bass players
Integrated tuner with extended frequency range for 4, 5 and 6 string basses
15" TURBOSOUND driver for deep fundamental bass tone
1" piezo tweeter for increased percussive attack and definition
Cutting-edge Class-D amplifier technology for incredible power and sonic performance
Intelligent 3 band EQ section with Dynamic Tone Contouring provides ultimate tone shaping control
Balanced DI output with pre/post EQ routing for direct connection to mixing consoles and recording equipment
Studio quality headphone amplifier with speaker emulation for personal practice and silent rehearsals