Ampeg has designed and built fine instruments and gear for nearly 70 years, but the products that have most caught the eyes and ears of the musical community are their bass amplifiers. This huge selection of combo amps, cabinets, heads and preamps contains something to please every player, from metal to jazz and anywhere in between. So whether you're on the lookout for a portable solution for jamming and practice or a powerful unit to cut through your band's live mix, you're definitely in the right place.
An affordable, portable option that's perfect for beginners is the Ampeg BA 108V2 1x8 Bass Combo Amplifier. With its steel chassis and protective corners, this unit is rugged enough to stand up to frequent travel. It features a true 60-degree sound reinforcement monitor angle for increased clarity and it even has headphone-out and line-in connectors for silent practice.
Are you a gigging bassist in need of serious portable power? If so, the Ampeg Pro Neo Series PN-410HLF 850W 4x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet is the answer. Designed to handle high-output bass heads, this cab has four 10" custom neodymium Eminence drivers that deliver exceptional, punchy tone. It's a lightweight, rugged cabinet that can hold its own against the demands of the road.
If you're looking for a truly special, vintage-inspired sound with modern versatility, the Ampeg Heritage Series SVT-CL 2011 300W Tube Bass Amp Head is it. This solid unit features "Winged C" tubes to deliver classic tone and an EQ with a 5-position selector for flexibility. Plus, it's designed and assembled in the U.S.A. using the best parts Ampeg could get their hands on, so you can expect great performance for plenty of gigs to come.
Ampeg makes some of the highest-quality bass amps around for musicians who are serious about their instrument. Professional artists as varied as Robert Trujillo of Metallica and Gail Ann Dorsey (who plays with the likes of David Bowie and Gwen Stefani) use Ampeg bass amps to deliver their tones. Be it a smooth, wandering jazz line or the bedrock for a heavier band, engaging sound starts with Ampeg bass amps.