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Sold: Traynor DynaBass DB800H 800 watt solid state head
£495

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Made in Canada with huge transformers and top quality components. Extremely versatile and powerful. Runs speakers down to 2 ohms for multi speaker rigs. This amp has so much clean headroom where necessary but also has a switchable 12AX7 valve distortion channel with blend control to retain clean bass punch. Preamp can be switched from solid state to valve. Built in compression and resonance control to dial in feel from baggy to tight trouser flapping. Comes with touring grade 3U flight case. 23kg. Great 5 band EQ with parametric mid and scoop control. The best non-tube bass amp I’ve ever used but I’ve just bought a tube head so has to go. This 800 watt solid state head feels so much more powerful than the class D lightweights I’ve used and it’s definitely far more reliable. Check out the manual online for more spec and read the rave reviews. This was Traynor’s flagship bass amp and retailed at over £1000. In excellent condition. Happy to discuss postage or meeting up somewhere.

 

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Here's a link to the page with manual and specs.

http://traynoramps.com/legacy/discontinued/product/dynabass_800h/

And some forum reviews... (not my opinions!)

https://www.talkbass.com/threads/traynor-db800h-tc115-x2-mini-review.627371/

I've got the original box as well so I can ship it within the UK. It'll be around £45 though as its heavy at 23kg including the flightcase.

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Price drop to £450 - this is a huge sounding Canadian made amp thats packed with features. Absolutely trounces any Class D head I've tried for sheer power. Built like a tank too so wont break down after a year or two of gigging.

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Hey Rich - I'm down in Cornwall but I could get it to Bath today if needs be or I'm happy to ship it to you. It's in a flightcase and i've got the original box which is solid.

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