Ampeg RB-112 Rocket Bass Combo Amplifier (100 Watts, 1x12")

Want a feature-packed combo amp that looks great too? The Ampeg Rocket Bass RB-112 is ideal for practice, performance or recording with its great Ampeg tone.
Boasting unparalleled performance, classy '60-style looks, and robust features in a lightweight and portable package, the 100-watt Ampeg Rocket Bass RB-112 combo is an ideal amp for practicing, performing, and recording. Like its legendary larger siblings, the RB-112 combo offers classic Ampeg 3-band EQ and Ultra Hi/Ultra Lo switches, which when combined with the Super Grit Technology overdrive circuit, make it easy to dial in renowned Ampeg tone. An auxiliary input lets you play along with external audio, while a headphone output ensures you'll be able to practice whenever you like. The XLR direct output provides a professional connection to a P.A. or recorder.

Features:

- 100 watts
- 12" Custom Eminence speaker
- Vintage styling with modern features
- Ampeg Legacy preamp
- Super Grit Technology (SGTTM) overdrive
- Auxiliary input and headphone output
- XLR direct output
- 25.9 lbs. (11.75 kg)


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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 32.9 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 25 x 22 x 18 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): AMG RB112
For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 818-575-3600
(2 ratings)
Submitted July 14, 2021 by a customer from gmail.com
"Want Ampeg tone? It's here!"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Looking for a bass combo with the legendary Ampeg old-school tone? This new series is it. Although the previous SVT-flavored v2 line was decent, the amps were heavy and bulky to carry due to the wedge design. For 2021, this first series of Yamaha-owned Ampeg, I feel a difference in the quality and happily hear more of a B15 tone to my ears. It's simple to use with thoughtful features (though non-traditional upper and lower mids would've been nice). If you're looking for modeling capabilities, move on. The 112, for me, was an obvious choice being I was looking for more of a recording amp, but being it has the same wattage compared to the 115 (minus the ext cab), it was an easy decision. If you enjoyed the Rocket Bass series of two decades ago, yet wished for a lightweight version, your amp is here!
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