BBE BMAX-t Tube Bass Guitar Preamplifier  

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High-quality tube bass preamp/processor perfect for the pro recording studio and demanding live applications. Features a class A, DC regulated tube preamp section with hand-picked Groove Tubes 12AX7 t... Click To Read More About This Product

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High-quality tube bass preamp/processor perfect for the pro recording studio and demanding live applications. Features a class A, DC regulated tube preamp section with hand-picked Groove Tubes 12AX7 tube, and Jensen transformer-balanced DI output.

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  • High-quality tube bass preamp/processor
  • Class A, DC regulated tube preamp section
  • Hand-picked Groove Tubes 12AX7 tube
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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE END USER TO PROVIDE THE BILL OF SALE OR OTHER MEANS OF PROOF OF PURCHASE TO VALIDATE THE WARRANTY IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS REQUIRED.

BBE Sound, Inc. products are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from date of purchase from BBE Sound, Inc. or an authorized dealer.

During this period, BBE Sound, Inc. will repair units free of charge providing that they are shipped prepaid to:

BBE Sound, Inc.
5382 Production Drive
Huntington Beach, California 92649

BBE Sound, Inc. will pay return UPS shipping charges within USA. All charges related to non-US shipping, including customs clearance, will be billed. The warranty will be honored for the longer of either 90 days from the date of any service or the remainder of the original 5 year factory warranty.

If a BBE Sound, Inc. product is purchased through an authorized BBE distributor outside the US, contact the distributor to arrange warranty repair.

This warranty will be considered null and void by BBE Sound, Inc. if any of the following is found:

1. The equipment has been physically damaged.
2. The equipment shows signs of abuse
3. The equipment has been electrically damaged by improper connection or attempted repair by the end user or third party.
4. The equipment has been modified without authorization.
5. The bill of sale indicates that the purchase date of the equipment is not within the warranty period.

A copy of the original sales receipt must be provided for service under this warranty.

All non-warranty repairs are warranted for a period of 90 days from the date of service.

BBE Sound, Inc. is NOT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Should the unit fail to operate for any reason, our sole obligation is to repair the unit as described above.


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BBEBMAX-t Tube Bass Guitar Preamplifier
 
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4.0

Well built, solid pre-amp may be too "warm" for some

By Sarsippius

from Lakemoor,IL

Comments about BBE BMAX-t Tube Bass Guitar Preamplifier:

I have owned both versions of this preamp.I know this may offend some of the tube purists out there but I actually prefer the tone of the solid state version over the tube version. (For those unfamiliar the B-MaxT is the tube version and the B-Max is solid state) That being said both are extremely well built and offer great tonal options. The built in Sonic Maximiser is a great feature and does wonders to enhance the sound of your bass, so much so that even though I left the pre-power setup in favor of a lighter digital setup(GenzBenz Shuttle 6.0)I went out and bought a standalone Sonic Maximiser pedal to still have it in my arsenal. The tube version was just a bit too warm and fuzzy for me but thats strictly a personal preference. If you like that "traditional" tube sound and want to go with a pre-power setup I would highly recommend this. I found for me though, that I preferred the solid state version and used stomp boxes to get a warmer tone if I needed it. I also experimented with different tubes and i will say that I found that changing tubes influenced the sound much more on this than the Ampeg SVT I had. So by experimenting with tubes you can probably dial in exactly what you want.

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