NAMM: Alesis Set The Bass On Fire With New Amp

60 watts of bass power      24/07/04

NAMM: Alesis Set The Bass On Fire With New Amp
This amp is smokin'

Alesis are delving deeper into the world of things with strings with the release of their new BassFire 60. A powerful bass amp with a 12" speaker designed with a clean 60 watts of power. Bass players should appreciate the built-in custom bass effects and chromatic tuner. Also onboard are features such as CD player inputs and Stereo Link output, making it the perfect amplifier for live performance bass players and home studio musicians alike. The BassFire has impressive features including a powerful 60 Watts RMS with a 12" Speaker for a clean, robust tone. It has 80 built-in editable presets including True-Stereo Effects, Amp Modeling, Chorus, Compression, Flanging, Wah, Phaser, Reverb, Delay, and more. The RCA inputs to connect a CD or MP3 player or a drum machine. Other features include an Auto-sensing chromatic tuner, Bass, Treble, and Drive knobs, Headphone output, Stereo Link output allowing a second guitar amp to be connected for separated stereo amplification as well as Expression and Footswitch inputs. RRP $299
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