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Redesigned Ampeg BA Series Bass Combos Deliver Classic Tone in a Performance-Driven Package

Redesigned Ampeg BA Series  Bass Combos Deliver Classic Tone in a Performance-Driven PackageAmpeg today announces the release of the redesigned Ampeg BA Series Bass Combo Amp series with five new models – the BA-108, BA-110, BA-112, BA-115 and BA-210. Delivering true Ampeg tone, the new bass combo series is re-envisioned with new features ideal for serious gigging and rehearsal.. Featuring front-facing controls and a true 60-degree monitoring angle that provides increased clarity, the new cab design has performing in mind. Additionally, the all-new Bass Scrambler™ overdrive circuit effortlessly delivers classic tube-like grind.

Ampeg designed the world’s first bass amps and we are setting a new standard with the new BA bass combo series,” remarks Ampeg Product Manager Zane Williams. “We are giving bass players classic Ampeg tone and power with performance-driven features like the Bass Scrambler™ overdrive and a 60-degree monitoring angle that allows for versatility in any playing situation.”

The all-new BA bass combo series features classic Ampeg tone in a sleek modern design. True 60-degree monitoring angle gives players the ability to position the amp to suit their space and stage setup, while the front-facing controls make it quick and easy to adjust settings while performing. Additionally, the Bass Scrambler™ overdrive circuit provides muscular grit and grind rock bassists demand. The Bass Scrambler™, which is available on the BA-110 and up, includes separate drive and blend controls, on/off control and is foot-switchable on the BA-112 and up.

Offering a wide range of options, the new series is suitable for a variety of applications. All amps in the new BA Bass Combo series feature 3-band EQ along with independent drive and blend controls in addition to master volume, 1/8″ stereo auxiliary input, and 1/8″ stereo output. In addition the amps feature phantom black powder-coated all-metal chassis with front-panel backlighting. The smaller BA-108 and BA-110 are ideal for practice just about anywhere. They are lightweight for portability and offer a headphone output for silent practice as well as aux input for playing along with a smartphone or iPad. The BA-112 and BA-115, featuring Ampeg’s famed Ultra Hi and Ultra low circuits, are perfect for musicians who need an amp they can use for rehearsal and small stages. The BA-210 delivers 450-Watts of power for on-stage performances. This performance-driven amp features an -15dB input pad for active basses or additional level control, extension speaker output for connecting additional bass cabs, along with a dedicated XLR balanced line out.

The new BA Bass Combo series will be available in Summer, 2014. U.S. MSRP pricing: BA-108 $139.99, BA-110 $251.99, BA-112 $419.99, BA-115 $559.99, BA-210 $699.99. For more information on the Ampeg BA Bass Combo series visit

Visit Ampeg at Pro-light and Sound in Frankfurt, Germany March 12-15, 2014. Ampeg is located in Hall 8.0, Booth L56.



  1. Rafael Ravazzi

    March 13, 2014 at 4:10 am

    in Brazil, these amps cost about U$600 until U$1500. Here, any good amp it’s a impossible dream.
    A hartke kickback cost R$2.800, or U$1.200,00.
    Sad reality.

  2. Rafael Ravazzi

    March 13, 2014 at 4:16 am

    See it.

    It’s a BA108, old model. R$ 940,00. Commercial Dollar it’s R$2,35. So, U$140,00 x 2,35 = R$330,00. Why this stupid diference? Logistics costs? Charges and taxes? Ship?
    I wanna leave this country…

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