Jan 252016
 

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Post written by: Andy Scrimshaw


NAMM 2016 Ashdown Rootmaster EVO

Ashdown has revealed an array of new amps at NAMM 2016. The new Rootmaster EVO range builds upon the original Rootmaster and makes for a more powerful amp in a lighter shell. Great for that anyone who ever had to lug a bass amp up a flight of stiars to a stage.

On the technical front with the preamp now including a passive and active input jack socket for use with high and low output instruments, setting a clear signal path to the input control.

New Heads

Also new to the mix is the RM-500 EVO Head, with a 500W power section developed to maintain a deep low end, defined mids and transient highs delivering its output into a 4-ohm load. The Rootmaster 500 EVO Head will sit next to its bigger brother, the RM-800 EVO, for those looking for slightly more headroom.

New Combos

Ashdown has further streamlined the combos in the product range and have designed three new 500W combos, including a 1 x15”, a 2 x 10” and a 1 x 12” combo – the C115 500, C210 500 and C112 500 respectively.

Coming soon to Andertons these look to be solid, reliable amps with great tone.


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NAMM 2016 Ashdown Rootmaster EVO
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