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Aguilar Amps Now Available!
Based in New York, Aguilar's ethos is 'constant improvement', whether that's with the inspired engineering of their bass amps, or creating their range of effects pedals and new line of pickups that will contribute to your music.
Aguilar artists include Adam Clayton of U2, Vintage Trouble's Rick Barrio Dill and Byron Luiters of the John Butler Trio.
Aguilar bass cabinets include the DB series which have an aggressive mid-range, ready to punch though a loud band. There's also the lightweight SL and the GS Series which houses the original Aguilar sound, a deep low-end and clear highs.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 22 Aug 2014 12:00 to category : Instruments News
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