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Not many amp builders can say their first prototype was played by a world-famous artist, but that's exactly what happened to Robert Gallien in the late '60s when his model 226A amp was sold to Carlos Santana. Although relatively unknown at the time, Santana quickly rose to fame after he blew audiences away at Woodstock and recorded his first studio album - all on Gallien's 226A. As his products started to gain recognition, Gallien paired up with fellow engineer Richard Krueger and in the early '70s, Gallien-Krueger amps was born. Today, Gallien-Kruger amps is an industry leader in the production of amp heads, cabinets and combo units and their products rock the stage with music greats like Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers fame and Ted Dwane of Mumford and Sons.
Known for their dry, growling sound, every Gallien-Kruger amp in this selection offers something different, so it's important to check them all out to get a better idea of what you want. If you're in the market for a lightweight combo amp that packs a serious sonic punch, check out the MB 210-II 2X10 500W Ultralight Combo Bass Amp. A favorite among studio artists for its large and articulate sound, this amp delivers 500 watts through two 10" speakers. Small but mighty, this amp has everything you need to make your bass playing skills heard in all their glory.
Or, if you crave even more power, you'll definitely want to consider the Neo 810 8x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet. This cabinet boasts a whopping 1600 watts, eight 10" Paragon neodymium drivers, and a high-quality horn tweeter with Bi-Amp and passive crossover. A must-have for larger venues, this cabinet will give your screaming fans exactly what they came to hear - super-loud sound!
From the compact MB108 25W 1x8 Bass Combo amp to the powerful Neo 412 4x12 Bass Speaker Cabinet, Gallien-Krueger has an amp to fit the needs of every musician. When you're ready to run with heavy hitters like Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith and Rick Savage of Def Leppard, you're ready for a Gallien-Krueger amp.