Introducing the Shaw B700 bass amp. We’ve continued to listen to what today’s hard working bass players want in lightweight portable bass amp and the B700 delivers in a big way. We’ve taken our tried and true octal tube preamp developed in the SOS and Tube Injection and mated it with a 700 watt class D power amp to come up with a lightweight, powerful backpack size amp. We’ve also included one of our studio quality, transformerless DI’s made popular in our Tube Injection DI pedal. Pair the B700 with your favorite 4 to 8 ohm cab, connect a mic line from the XLR out to the front of house or recording console, and you’re ready to lay down the groove. Here is a rundown of the controls and features:
Passive input- highest gain for normal or low output instruments.
Active input – lowest gain for high output instruments.
Punch- Adds aggressiveness to the first tube stage.
Bright- Adds brightness, especially at lower volume settings.
Fat- Adds aggressiveness to the second tube stage.
Gnd Lift- Breaks the ground connection on XLR pin 1 to prevent ground loops.
Treble- Adjusts the high frequency level.
Middle- 4 Position switch to set the midrange contour of the Treble/Bass tone stack.
Bass- Adjusts the bass and frequency level.
Volume- Adjusts the volume level of the amp.
Direct out- Adjusts the output level at the XLR jack.
IEC power input/on off switch
Speakon combo Jack- accepts Speakon or 1/4″ speaker cable.
XLR Jack- balanced out from internal DI.