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.
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.
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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