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Andy Vincent

SOLD - Genz Benz Streamliner 900
Bristol, UK

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Genz Benz Streamliner 900 bass amp for sale with padded gig bag .. in original box with manual.

I have owned this amp since new. It is extremely light and portable, and very LOUD. I have gigged with it in different places, with a single cab, 2 cabs, through a PA and it has delivered every time.

The tube input overdrive is very usable and can be used to give your bass some extra punch, or, full on overdrive ... up to you :)

Please see photos ... it is in good condition (a few cosmetic scratches as you expect from use) and in full working order.

Here is some of the relevant info from the manufacturer:

Output - 500 Watts @ 8 ohms; 900 Watts @ 4 ohms

Weight - 2.9 Kg

Size - 8cm x 25cm x 30cm (approx)

The 300 volt All Tube Class A preamp design is driven by three 12AX7 preamp tubes utilising six gain stages. The preamp design features an intuitive and highly effective tone network which is a unique blend of a modified passive Baxandall network for the bass and treble along with an active tube driven mid filter with selectable mid frequencies. The versatile all tube preamp exudes a fat and rich tone that remains articulate. It can be used to simply add warmth to your natural tone or it can be dialled in to provide a wide range of natural tube overdrive.
The powerhouse behind the Streamliner™ is a Class D amplifier and SMPS module, enhanced with our Patent Pending P.H.A.T. (Proprietary Heat Abatement Technology) topology. This delivers robust and reliable, high output performance in a tremendously compact and convenient package.

• Class A Six Stage Tube Preamp (3 x 12AX7A Tubes)
• Modified Passive Baxandall EQ for the Lows and Highs
• Active Tube Driven Mid EQ
• Selectable 3-Position Mid Frequencies: 220, 600, 2.5K HZ
• Input Mute
• Hi Gain switch
• Master Volume
• 3DPM™ Power Management
• Patent Pending P.H.A.T topology
• Full Direct Output Interface
• Effects Loop
• Headphone Input
• Aux. Input
• Dual Speakon Outputs
• Variable Speed Fan Cooling



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