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Orange Amps Reveal Crush Bass 25, 50 and 100 Combos
The Crush Bass series supersedes the now discontinued Crush Pix Bass series and boasts a wealth of new features more commonly associated with the prestigious OB-1 and 4 Stroke series amps.
Such features include: analogue circuitry, an active EQ, parametric mid controls, ported cabinets, upgraded speakers, a built-in tuner, CabSim headphone output and an Aux input.
As well as a buffered FX loop, the Crush Bass 50 and Crush Bass 100 also have footswitchable gain and blend controls so that you can blend your clean and dirty amp sound without the need to run two bass amplifiers.
The 100 also has a balanced XLR output so you can connect directly to a mixer desk for live and recording situations.
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 28 Jun 2016 12:49 to category : Instruments News
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