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TC Electronic Bass Amps... How Low Can They Go?
The feature-rich BG250-208 Bass Combo Amp is ideal for both practice and performance, with versatile, tone-shaping tools. Now £249.
The RebelHead RH450 Bass Amp Head 2.0 will punch through the mix to give your bass a real voice. Raw power and amazing features comes from decades of cutting-edge amp design. Now £579.
Control your RH50 with the RC4 footswitch. Designed as a floor controller, the RC4 is powered from the amp for maximum convenience, allowing you to easily access up to three user memories, plus a tuner indicator and mute switch. Now Â£85
The newest addition to TC's Bass Amp lineup, the BH500 Bass Amp Head stacks up to become the rig you need from bar gigs to rock clubs to outdoor stadium events. Now £289.
Posted on 6 May 2014 15:03 to category : Instruments News
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