Aguilar DB751, three years old, very little used (I have been working on IEM for a long time).
The amp head comes with a road rack custom made 3H.
Built-in white silent fans (I also have the original ones).
Delivery - by arrangement (I can ship from EU).
Partial trade: Fender USA Jazz Bass 4 of 5 strings or AG700, TH700, Trickfish Bullhead 1.0k
Right, so I've had this old Peavey Century 200 (4ohm) head sitting around for AGES, finally the other day I decided to give it some company by purchasing a TC Electronic 2x10 (8ohm) cab.
Because the Peavy is 6,000 years old and the cab is pretty modern, they both have different connection plugs (Peavey is standard 6.5mm jack output while the cab is Speakon input).
So I buy the right cable to connect them, turn on the power and everything seems ok. A short while later however I start getting this almighty thudding sound, like a heartbeat on steroids. It doesn't matter which dials I turn on the amp, even with everything dialled off, I still get the thudding sound. I look at the speakers and they're about to jump out of the cab.
Here's the weird part though, when I tilt the head 45 degrees, the thudding stops completely and everything functions as it should. I should also mention there is quite a lot of heat, I'm sensing this is a bad thing as I've never had an amp kick out so much heat.
I'm hoping someone can help me understand what's going on before I ultimately burn down my house.
Time to move on the last of my nice live stuff as gigs still haven't booted back up.
All working and in excellent cosmetic condition, including the blue LED light working!
The ultimate small format hybrid tube head.
Warm, wide, pillowy tube tone. More tube than most tube amps IMO.
Inc. UK postage.
70s Dynacord Eminent II amplifier. This is a valve powered amplifier originally intended for PA use, using a pair of EL34 run at high voltages for a rated output of 80 watts. In stock form the amp had a four channel transistor preamp, and was built to be very clean and linear sounding. The perspex front panel has green lights behind it, so it's quite stylish in a kitschy way!
I have modified the amp by removing two of the transistor preamp channels and building a preamp based on a late 60s Ampeg B15n using a 6sl7 valve. This is the four black controls on the right of the front panel. I used a high voltage FET stage to match the output and impedance requirements of the 6sl7 preamp to the power amp section of the Dynacord, but the signal path for this bypasses all of the original transistor preamp circuitry. I have also rebuilt the power amp with new filter capacitors and a new pair of JJ E34L valves, and set the bias to suit them. The two original input channels and their master volume and EQ are still functional too.
With the Ampeg style preamp, it provides a very pleasing classic bass sound, and would be a good addition to a retro-minded studio or for moderate volume live use. It doesn't provide heavily overdriven sounds, but with the preamp gain turned up it does a great subtle breakup that thickens up the sound nicely, and it also has a nice range of clean bass tones. It's quiet in terms of background noise too.
It's relatively compact for a valve head, and comes with a well used but useful ABS flight case to carry it in. It has impedance selectors on the back panel to run 4, 8 or 16 ohm cabs.
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2 channel blendable class D amp 1200W in VGC and perfect working order. Comes with footswitch and original packaging. Collection in person or shipping at buyer's expense.
The SHUTTLEMAX dual preamp design offers an FET preamp for articulate, precise, immediate tone and a 12AX7 tube channel which provides a wide range of gain structure that produces smooth, clean tube warmth or can be dialed all the way up to the critical mass of aggressive overdrive.
This STL-MAX12.2 delivers over 1200 watts of output from an amp that weights only 6.75 lbs. Dual Class D amp modules produce full output into two 4 ohm loads (one per amplifier output). Our proprietary 3DPM power management circuitry provides increased headroom and a thicker dimension to the individual notes. The full output of the ShuttleMAX 12.2 is perfect for any venue and playing style.
The SHUTTLEMAX 12.2 dual power amp design offers a variety of available power output choices:
One 8 ohm load (either Amp A or Amp B driven)...............375 Watts
One 4 ohm load (either Amp A or Amp B driven)...............600 Watts
Two 8 ohm loads (Amp A and Amp B driven)....................750 Watts
One 4 ohm load (Amp A) and one 8 ohm load (Amp B)...........975 Watts
Two 4 ohm loads (Amp A and Amp B driven)....................1200 Watts
Dual Channels -- FET and 12AX7 Tube Preamps
Switchable or Blendable Preamps
3DPM™ Power Management Circuitry
Speakon® Speaker Outputs
Internal Fan Cooling
Full XLR Direct Output Interface
High and Low Gain Switch per Channel
Active 4 Band EQ with Dual Parametric Mids
Three Effects Loops (FET Ch; Tube Ch; Master)
High Current Class D Amplifier Design
Adjustable 3 Band Signal Shape Circuits
5 Position Footswitch Included
Weight Lbs. - 6.75
Dimensions HxWxD - 3 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 13"