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Musikmesse 2011: TC Electronic Release New RH750 Bass Amp Head
TC Electronic introduces a new head of the compact bass amp family the RH750 at this years Musikmesse held in Frankfurt.
RH750 takes it up a notch from the related and renowned RH750 and RH450 models.
Quite simply, RH750 raises the bass bar to new heights with 750 watts of power and 1200 watts peak as well as superior tonal capabilities and the well-known Bass Amp 2.0 feature set, RH750 is ready to take on any stage anywhere!
Continuing on TC Electronics Bass Amp 2.0 quest the RH750 captures the essence of this new revolutionary concept with a built-in chromatic tuner, three presets and jaw-dropping tone shaping abilities combined with immense power and stunning bass tone.
RH750 jams significant power into its compact design - 750 watts (1200 watts peak) just waiting for you to unleash it on stages everywhere!
A new TweeterTone knob, gives you 'intelligent HF control' that can take RH750 from old-school vintage tones to crisp and modern bass tones or anything in between in seconds.
Further, RH750 includes SpectraComp, a unique 'per string' bass compressor that has been praised by bass players all over the world for its extremely even compression across all strings.
TubeTone, an amazing recreation of both a tube pre- and power amp and the RH750 has the same preamp as TC Electronics crown jewel bass amp: Blacksmith!
With three on-board presets, the bass amp head allows you to store your favorite tones tailored for different basses or musical styles.
Also, the built-in, chromatic bass tuner makes maintaining perfect pitch of the low notes on the stage simple.Posted on 5 Apr 2011 09:21 to category : Instruments News
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