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BASS MRSH SB100 NAM Essential DI
  • BASS MRSH SB100 NAM Essential DI

    Well, it's in the name of this one and it does what it says on the tin. The Plexi era Super Bass has been on stages behind pretty much every band in the 60's and beyound and is still one of the main references for classic bass tones to this day. 


    Bold, full and round with enough bite on tap if needed is how this amp could be described. It handles lots of bass very gracefully even at higher gain levels and has a beautiful bubbly tone on the cleaner settings. 


    So there is no surprise we picked this beauty as our first ever release for Bass. The set consists of 24 AMP+CAB captures without pedals in front for you to tailor the tones further to your needs and genre specific requirements. 


    The amp is intended to be used with the IR of an original 1968 Marshall 1960A with G12M25 75Hz Pulsonic coned CLSTN speakers, which is not the bass spec speaker, but sounds godly in this setting as well and was also the setup used with Bass cabs until 1967.


    As usual there are 4 gain levels - clean, edge, crunch and dimed, dialed in for the usable range for bass guitar. And there are 6 EQ settings per each gain level. Check out the table in the product description pics for more detailed info on each capture included in the set. 


      - 4xEL34
      - 3x12AX7
      - SS rectifier
      - Fixed bias
      - 100W output

    • Return & Refund Policy

      As this is a digital product and there is no way to retreive the product after the sale, we issue no refunds on the captures sets, packs or bundles. We do however do our best to convey a good representation of the  captures.

    • Delivery of Captures

      With the purchase you will receive a dwonload link to a ZIP file that contains the NAM models (*.nam extension) which can be simply loaded in the NAM plugin.

      The included IR's can be also loaded into the NAM plugin, these contain the cabinet simulation and are needed to acquire the intended sound. Of ocurse any other 3rd party IR's can be used instead.

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