Gallien-Krueger 700RB-II Bass Amplifier Head
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Gallien-Krueger’s RB Series bass amplifiers have been setting the standard for over two decades. Inside these compact, lightweight ‘superstructures’ is the most advanced bass circuitry available. In 1972, Bob Gallien developed what he calls G.I.V.E. Technology (Gate Induced Valve Effect). This ‘valve effect’ is integrated into the design of all RB Series heads and is part of what gives them their distinct sound. The RB Series heads deliver a warm, punchy tone with a fast transient response that not only sounds better, it feels better. GK’s renowned voicing filters and intuitive four band active EQ make it simple to dial in a great sound. Every day thousands of players around the world in arenas, clubs and basements plug into GK heads because they love that sound.
The 700RB II pushes 480-watts plus 50-watts which makes it the ideal club amp for driving horn-loaded cabs. With independent control of highs and lows, it delivers extremely clean and warm sound. Sophisticated RB EQ and Voicing controls allow sound shaping to suit every music style and acoustic situation.
- 480 watts (4 ohms) plus 50 watt Horn bi-amp system
- Active 4-band EQ
- Adjustable contour, presence & 4/5 string voicing
- Boost (valve effect)
- Separate tweeter & woofer volume controls
- Effects loop & tuner out with mute
- XLR out with level, ground lift & pre/post switch
- Speakon & 1/4″ outputs
- 19×3.5×8 (2 space)
- 19.5 lbs.
Things You Will Get:
- Bass Amplifier Head
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Gallien-Krueger 700Rb Ii Bass Amplifier Head:
This is an amazing head,i use it for church size events with a 2x15 (hoping to add an 4x10) and it works great, nice direct out for the board and plenty of power. unless you play large gigs, get this instead of the 1001, it is actually a 900 watt amp (its power usage is 921 watts)