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Ampeg BA-115V2 E-Bass Verstärker (Combo)
467,00 € *
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BA115 Der Bestseller - Zusätzlich zur 3-Band Klangregelung kann man mit dem Style Schalter ganz schnell drastische Klangveränderungen vornehmen - von Funk über Rock bis Jazz ist alles sofort abrufbar. Cinch Eingänge für Playalongs. Der Kopfhörer Ausgang erlaubt stilles Üben, da der interne Lautsprecher bei Belegung abgeschaltet wird. · Die Firma Ampeg ist ein US-amerikanischer Hersteller von elektronischen Bassverstärkern. Die Firma geht auf das 1946 von Everette Hull und Stanley Michaels unter dem Namen Michaels-Hull Electronic Labs. gegründete Unternehmen zurück. Dort wurde ein von Hull entwickelter Pickup für Bässe, der Amplified Peg, in der Kurzform Ampeg genannt, produziert und vertrieben. 1949 schied Michaels aus der Unternehmung aus, und Hull wählte den heutigen Namen. Ihm wurden sechs US-Patente für Verstärker erteilt. Die bekanntesten Produkte sind der SVT (=Super Valve Technology) in Verbindung mit einer 8 x 10" Box, die bereits seit 1969 Bühnenstandard sind. · Bauart: Transistor · LF-Treiber: 1x 15" · Lautsprechertyp: Custom Speaker · Horn: ja · Leistung an 4 Ohm: 150 W · Klangregelung: Bässe/Mitten/Höhen · Einschleifweg: seriell · Impedanz: 8 Ohm · Anschlüsse: regelbarer CD Eingang, Kopfhörer Ausgang, Effektweg, Line Out, 0 dB und -15 dB Eingänge · Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaping · XLR balanced Line-Out · Bass Scrambler™ Overdrive für "SVT-grind", fußschaltbar (Fußschalter im Lieferumfang nicht enthalten.) · kippbar · Gewicht: 20,4 E-Bass Verstärker (Combo)

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Stand: 18.09.2020
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Roland Micro Cube Bass RX E-Bass Verstärker (Co...
249,00 € *
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Druckvoller und bassiger Klang durch 4 spezielle Speaker mit großer Gesamt-Membranfläche · 6x Amp-Modelings (linearer Super-Flat Amp für unverfälschten Bassklang oder Fretless, Ampeg B-15 Combo, Fender Bassman, Trace Elliot-Stack, Acoustic 360, SWR-Stack und Ampeg-Stack) sowie Mikrofonvorverstärker · 7x DSP-Effekt: Chorus/Flanger/Touchwah + Echo/Hall + Octaver-Preamp + Compressor · Stereobetrieb (2 Lautsprecher für links, 2 Lautsprecher für rechts) für den berühmten JC-120 Chorus bei dem das Originalsignal links und das reine Effektsignal rechts ausgegeben wird, die Überlagerung findet im Raum und nicht elektronisch statt (!), sowie Stereo-Hall, Stereo AUX IN (mp3/CD-Player) und Stereo-Recording Out / Stereo-Kopfhörerbetrieb. · „Rhythm Guide“ Drumcomputern mit 11 Stilen (Metronom, Rock 1, Rock 2, Blues, Country, R&B, Ballad, Jazz, Funk, Latin, Dance) und je drei Variationen sowie Tap Tempo-Taster, Start/Stop und Volume-Regler, Anschluß für Doppelfußtaster (Rhythm Guide Start/Stop + Tap Tempo) · Stimmgerät für manuellen Betrieb (Taster kurz drücken, Anwahl der Saite mit dem Amp-Regler) oder chromatischen Betrieb (Taster lang drücken, Saitenerkennung automatisch) · 3-Band Equalizer · 6x AA Batterie mit 13 Stunden Betrieb · Netzteil und Gurt im Lieferumfang · Bauart: Modeling · LF-Treiber: 4x 4" · Leistung an 4 Ohm: 2x 5 W · Klangregelung: Bässe/Mitten/Höhen · Lieferumfang: Netzteil & Tragegurt · Besonderheit(en): siehe E-Bass Verstärker (Combo)

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Stand: 18.09.2020
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Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass
69,90 CHF *
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Globe and Mail National Bestseller 'It's not surprising that sooner or later I'd dive down the proverbial rabbit hole into the world of vintage bass guitars.'—Geddy Lee From Rush frontman Geddy Lee's personal collection of vintage electric bass guitars, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, comes the definitive volume on the subject. Geddy's love of the bass has been nurtured over a lifetime spent in the limelight as one of the world's premier rock bassists. For the past seven years, he's dedicated himself to studying the history of the instrument that's been so essential to his career, collecting hundreds of basses from around the globe. Written with arts journalist Daniel Richler, gorgeously photographed in breathtaking detail by Richard Sibbald, and with insight from Geddy’s trusted bass tech and curator, John 'Skully' McIntosh, Geddy Lee’s Big Beautiful Book of Bass profiles over 250 classic basses from Geddy’s extensive collection. Representing every tone in the bass palette, every nuance of the rock and roll genre as well as blues, jazz, pop, and country, this one-of-a-kind collection features so-called 'beauty queens'—pristine instruments never lifted from their cases—as well as 'road warriors'—well-worn, sweat-soaked basses that proudly show their age and use. Complete with personal commentary from Geddy that showcases his knowledge both as a musician and an aficionado, this luxuriously produced volume is a revelatory look at the heavy hitters in the world of bass—Fender, Gibson/Epiphone, Rickenbacker, Höfner, Ampeg—and lesser known but influential global luthiers such as Antonio Wandr Pioli, Dan Armstrong, and Tony Zemaitis. The book also features interviews with John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin); Adam Clayton (U2); Robert Trujillo (Metallica); Jeff Tweedy (Wilco); Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones); Les Claypool (Primus); Bob Daisley (Rainbow); Fender expert and owner of the legendary Gibson Explorer, Bass Ken Collins; veteran guitar tech for The Who, Alan Rogan; plus comments from many other great players across three decades of rock and roll. Written in Geddy's singular voice, this book reveals the stories, songs, and history behind the instruments of his inimitable collection. Complete with an index and a graphically designed timeline of the history of the bass, as well as an up-close look at Geddy's basses on Rush's final R40 Tour, his stage and recording gear from 1968 to 2017, and forewords by author and respected vintage expert, Terry Foster, and Rush band member, Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass is the ultimate compendium for the consummate collector, musician, Rush fan, and anyone who loves the bass guitar.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 18.09.2020
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Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass
68,99 € *
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Globe and Mail National Bestseller 'It's not surprising that sooner or later I'd dive down the proverbial rabbit hole into the world of vintage bass guitars.'—Geddy Lee From Rush frontman Geddy Lee's personal collection of vintage electric bass guitars, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, comes the definitive volume on the subject. Geddy's love of the bass has been nurtured over a lifetime spent in the limelight as one of the world's premier rock bassists. For the past seven years, he's dedicated himself to studying the history of the instrument that's been so essential to his career, collecting hundreds of basses from around the globe. Written with arts journalist Daniel Richler, gorgeously photographed in breathtaking detail by Richard Sibbald, and with insight from Geddy’s trusted bass tech and curator, John 'Skully' McIntosh, Geddy Lee’s Big Beautiful Book of Bass profiles over 250 classic basses from Geddy’s extensive collection. Representing every tone in the bass palette, every nuance of the rock and roll genre as well as blues, jazz, pop, and country, this one-of-a-kind collection features so-called 'beauty queens'—pristine instruments never lifted from their cases—as well as 'road warriors'—well-worn, sweat-soaked basses that proudly show their age and use. Complete with personal commentary from Geddy that showcases his knowledge both as a musician and an aficionado, this luxuriously produced volume is a revelatory look at the heavy hitters in the world of bass—Fender, Gibson/Epiphone, Rickenbacker, Höfner, Ampeg—and lesser known but influential global luthiers such as Antonio Wandr Pioli, Dan Armstrong, and Tony Zemaitis. The book also features interviews with John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin); Adam Clayton (U2); Robert Trujillo (Metallica); Jeff Tweedy (Wilco); Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones); Les Claypool (Primus); Bob Daisley (Rainbow); Fender expert and owner of the legendary Gibson Explorer, Bass Ken Collins; veteran guitar tech for The Who, Alan Rogan; plus comments from many other great players across three decades of rock and roll. Written in Geddy's singular voice, this book reveals the stories, songs, and history behind the instruments of his inimitable collection. Complete with an index and a graphically designed timeline of the history of the bass, as well as an up-close look at Geddy's basses on Rush's final R40 Tour, his stage and recording gear from 1968 to 2017, and forewords by author and respected vintage expert, Terry Foster, and Rush band member, Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass is the ultimate compendium for the consummate collector, musician, Rush fan, and anyone who loves the bass guitar.

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Stand: 18.09.2020
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Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass
69,90 CHF *
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Globe and Mail National Bestseller 'It's not surprising that sooner or later I'd dive down the proverbial rabbit hole into the world of vintage bass guitars.'—Geddy Lee From Rush frontman Geddy Lee's personal collection of vintage electric bass guitars, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, comes the definitive volume on the subject. Geddy's love of the bass has been nurtured over a lifetime spent in the limelight as one of the world's premier rock bassists. For the past seven years, he's dedicated himself to studying the history of the instrument that's been so essential to his career, collecting hundreds of basses from around the globe. Written with arts journalist Daniel Richler, gorgeously photographed in breathtaking detail by Richard Sibbald, and with insight from Geddy’s trusted bass tech and curator, John 'Skully' McIntosh, Geddy Lee’s Big Beautiful Book of Bass profiles over 250 classic basses from Geddy’s extensive collection. Representing every tone in the bass palette, every nuance of the rock and roll genre as well as blues, jazz, pop, and country, this one-of-a-kind collection features so-called 'beauty queens'—pristine instruments never lifted from their cases—as well as 'road warriors'—well-worn, sweat-soaked basses that proudly show their age and use. Complete with personal commentary from Geddy that showcases his knowledge both as a musician and an aficionado, this luxuriously produced volume is a revelatory look at the heavy hitters in the world of bass—Fender, Gibson/Epiphone, Rickenbacker, Höfner, Ampeg—and lesser known but influential global luthiers such as Antonio Wandr Pioli, Dan Armstrong, and Tony Zemaitis. The book also features interviews with John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin); Adam Clayton (U2); Robert Trujillo (Metallica); Jeff Tweedy (Wilco); Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones); Les Claypool (Primus); Bob Daisley (Rainbow); Fender expert and owner of the legendary Gibson Explorer, Bass Ken Collins; veteran guitar tech for The Who, Alan Rogan; plus comments from many other great players across three decades of rock and roll. Written in Geddy's singular voice, this book reveals the stories, songs, and history behind the instruments of his inimitable collection. Complete with an index and a graphically designed timeline of the history of the bass, as well as an up-close look at Geddy's basses on Rush's final R40 Tour, his stage and recording gear from 1968 to 2017, and forewords by author and respected vintage expert, Terry Foster, and Rush band member, Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass is the ultimate compendium for the consummate collector, musician, Rush fan, and anyone who loves the bass guitar.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 18.09.2020
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