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Bass V-Amp Pro
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Bass V-Amp
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With the introduction of the Bass V-AMP (USD 189.99 MSRP) and BASS V-AMP PRO (USD 269.99 MSRP), Behringer now offers tone toolboxes for all types of musicians and applications. Both the desktop and the 19" rack PRO version offer vintage amplifier and speaker sounds. Not only do the two modelers re-create the classic sound of 16 bass amps by using proprietary "Interactive Sector Modeling" technology; Behringer went a step further and expanded the concept to include items of interest to keyboardists and acoustic/electric guitar players as well.

The new BASS V-AMPs offer 32 amp models that include 16 classic bass amps, 8 of the most popular V-AMP amp models, 4 typical keyboard amps plus 4 acoustic models. With 23 cabinet simulations from traditional to contemporary and 16 effects, both BASS V-AMP models provide a perfect solution for studio recording and live performances. All amps and effects can be mixed and matched freely--effects can be used without amp simulation. The BASS V-AMP's 4 distortion and overdrive stomp boxes feature adjustable drive, tone, boost and split functions, while extensive MIDI implementation provides control and automation of all MIDI functions. Additionally, the new modelers feature an integrated auto-chromatic tuner that can be calibrated.

The BASS V-AMP PRO is an all-professional modeling tool with flexible state-of-the art studio features: AES/EBU and S/PDIF 24-bit with up to 96 kHz sampling rate digital outputs, up to 104 dB dynamic range, adjustable wordclock input for synchronization, ULTRA-G speaker simulation, and an XLR DI output with ground/lift switch. The unit's pre DSP and post DSP effect loops enable connection with external effects processors.

Future EPROM updates will ensure that the BASS V-AMP and BASS V-AMP PRO always have the latest software and features. To top it off, Behringer worked with bass players like Alphonso Johnson, Ken Taylor and Hellmut Hattler, whose sound suggestions led to the creation of original artist presets. Like the legendary V-AMP for guitar, the desktop version of the BASS V-AMP comes complete with a footswitch and a gig bag.

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