AER Basic Performer 2 Bass Instrument Combo Amplifier

by AER
The AER Basic Performer II is the new re-issued model of the original Basic Performer, which set the benchmark for acoustic bass instrument ..

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Overview

The AER Basic Performer II is the new re-issued model of the original Basic Performer, which set the benchmark for acoustic bass instrument amplification and addresses common issues found with your average bass combo amplifier. The Basic Performer 2 is powered by a 4 x 60w amplifier configuration, which powers 4 x 8" two-way woofers for optimum power delivery and maximum SPL output. Combined with AER's unique bass reflex cabinet design and band-pass sound processing, Basic Performer II is the perfect mobile amplification solution for bass instrument players that demand uncompromising tonal balance, volume and build quality, ideally suited for harp, cello, accordion or electric jazz bass guitars. A simple, user-friendly interface still offers comprehensive I/O routing options including XLR, jack, Aux, footswitch and FX routing inputs and outputs for all the connectivity you'll ever need to run a professional live show on the road.

Specification

SKU125267
Weight1.0000
Effectsnotch filter, compressor
MPNBasicPerformer2
Case Includedgig bag
Colourblack
Channels2 channels
Warranty2 years
Woofer Size8" woofer
Power200 watt

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Guitar Purchase at Northampton Sun 4th Dec 16:
Knowledgeable and friendly staff, couldn't do any more to help. All round good experience.
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