One of the most popular amplifier series from Aguilar Amplification has been expanded with the Tone Hammer 700 series. The company announced the news on November 1 on its Twitter account.
Models 350 and 500 have conquered the hearts of many bass players thanks to their compatibility, small weight, clean sound (which the company is famous for), price and design. Yes, we do think this series looks great. The DI-OUT output is exactly the way it should be. As this is only a news item, not a product placement situation or a product review, simply take a look at the specs of this amplifier.
- Manufacturer: Aguilar Amplification
- Model: Tone Hammer 700
- Output power: 700W 2.67 or 4 ohms, 350W – 8 ohms
- EQ: Bass: +/- 17 dB @ 40 Hz, Mid Level: +/- 16 dB, Mid Frequency: 180 Hz – 1 kHz, Treble: +/- 14 dB @ 4 kHz
- Built-in DRIVE
- Effects loop
- Instrumental input: Active / Passive
- Weight: 2.22 kg
- Warranty: Three years
We expect that this information will please many bass players out there. We just can not wait to plug a bass to this amplifier. It seems to sound more or less the same as its smaller, weaker but older “brothers”.
Below is an overview video:
For more information on the Aguilar Tone Hammer 700 bass amp, go to: https://www.aguilaramp.com