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120 watt bass head inspired by the three headed dog guarding the gateway of the underworld.
It is a massive slab of sonic terror. Voiced for bass but can easily be built with guitar in mind. The James/Baxandall tone stack includes a shift knob which gives full frequency range for bass and guitar. This amp can push whatever amount of speakers you want to lug around. Best speaker cabinet in my opinion is something with a 15", a 12" and a 10" for full frequency response. Sounds punishing through the classic Ampeg frig.


*120v operation (Standard US)

*Wired for 4,8,16 ohm selectable output with extension jack for running multiple
cabinets. If interested in running two cabs, keep in mind they would need to both be
8 ohms to meet the 4ohm minimum requirement of the amp.

*Adjustable fixed bias with exterior test points.

*Amp circuit is inspired by Sunn Model T, Marshall Super Bass, Ampeg SVT, and Mesa
Bass 400.

*Front control panel is: On, Standby, Presence,Depth, Bass, Shift,Treble, Master,
Gain, F.A.C. (bass response), 3-way selectable voicing switch. Single input.

*Cabinet is 8-ply Baltic Birch, finger-joints, hand-rubbed custom oil finish with satin
polycrylic. Metal corners, rubber feet, two stitched leather handles.

*Stenciled logo faceplate.

*Stenciled logo rearplate.

*Chassis is black powder coated steel.

*Hammond transformers.

*JJ or Electro Harmonix tubes (depending on availability)4 x KT88, 2 x 12ax7, 1 x 12at7

*All hand-wired turret style circuit board, featuring high end components (Mallory,
Sozo, Sprague, F+T etc.)

*Measurements: 19 inches long, 12 inches wide, 10.5 inches high, weighs 50 pounds.