For some serious low-end thud, bass players don't need to look any further than Hartke. In fact, they've been a leader in bass amp manufacturing since the '80s when they created a unique cone driver to produce a tone with broader dynamics than anything else before it. Today, their impressive range of cabinets, heads and combos can be found on the world's biggest stages and in the most prestigious recording studios. Whether you're in a funk-rock trio or a stoner metal quartet, Hartke has the perfect bass amp for you, right here.
When you consider how many top-rated items make up this catalog, it's easy to tell how popular Hartke bass amps are. Need a place to start your search? Check out the Kickback Series 1215 120 Watt 1x15" Bass Combo Amp. Great for bedroom rehearsals, smaller-sized venues and even recording, this combo is known as the "big bottom" Kickback combo because of its excellent production of powerful low end frequencies. Boasting a versatile "two-way" design, a massive 15" aluminum-cone driver and 120 watts, 3-band EQ and more, the Kickback Series 1215 will provide you with all the bass you'll ever need.
Or maybe it's a new head that you're after - if so, then turn your attention to the LH Series LH500 500 Watt Hybrid Bass Amp Head. Featuring a 12AX7 Class-A tube front-end design with a solid-state output, this head has more than enough power and tone control to drive any cab on the market. Speaking of cabs, take a look at the HyDrive Series 112 300W 1x12" Bass Speaker Cabinet. Durable, portable, and providing a stylish aesthetic to any stage, this model combines the warm tone of traditional paper cones and the punchy attack of aluminum. From the most low-key jazz lounges to the loudest punk rock shows, the HyDrive 112 is ideal for both.
There you have it. No matter what your tastes, skill level or application may be, Hartke has an amp for anyone who has a passion for playing the bass. Remember, their roster of recording artists currently includes everyone from Frank Bello of Anthrax to Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath. With names like that, you can believe us when we say that a Hartke bass amplifier will have you grinning from ear to ear once you plug in and crank up.