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Trickfish Amplification Debuts at the Winter NAMM 2015

Trickfish Amplification Debuts at the Winter NAMM 2015

Trickfish Amplification Debuts at the Winter NAMM 2015…

Trickfish Amplification launches 6 new professional bass amplification products at the Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, booth #1190.

Debuting at the show is the Bullhead 1K, a 1000W bass amplifier featuring a Mike Pope designed, ultra-low noise pre-amp integrated with a very innovative, hi-power, lightning fast Class D power amplifier. Housed in a rugged aluminum chassis, the versatile head offers a wide variety of tone-shaping capabilities via a 4-band EQ and Q-Point select switches. Other features include selectable input sensitivity, silent-tuning mode, aux input, Pre/Post Balanced DI Output, Serial/Parallel EFX loop, tuner out, amp mute footswitch jack, and Neutrik Speakon combi-connectors.

Also showing at the show are the Big Mouth and Small Mouth line of speaker cabinets consisting of the BM410, 1000 watt handling 4×10” • BM212 600 watt 2×12”• BM115 600 Watt 1×15”• SM112 NEO loaded 300 Watt 1×12” and SM210 500 Watt 2×10”. Trickfish cabinets are all U.S. made and utilize void-free Baltic Birch ply, recessed joints, heavy bracing for structural strength and low-resonance and feature HF transducers and proprietary drivers manufactured by world leader Eminence®. The cabinets are wrapped in a road-worthy, 22oz. sharkskin vinyl, have removable grilles, steel handles and finished with metal corners ensuring both beauty and durability. Crossover networks employ an advanced circuit design and an on-board protection device that preserves component integrity even under the most demanding conditions.

Located in Southern California, Trickfish Amplification designs and builds professional grade musical instrument amplification products created to inspire musicians to play and sound their best. Trickfish amps use only the finest components keeping the noise floor at “studio standards” while the sound shaping capabilities are voiced to be intuitive and musical. By employing advanced systems engineering disciplines, the speaker cabinet designs are expertly tuned to maximize not only their stand-alone performance, but to reveal the true performance of the Trickfish heads.

Founded in 2014, the company taps into the contributions of several highly skilled engineers, players and dreamers who share a love of music, science and a common vision of intelligent design, precision, delectable tone and rugged durability. The Trickfish team is led by bassist and former sales and marketing bon vivant for Alesis, SWR Engineering, KRK Systems and JBL Professional, Richard Ruse. The team includes Mike Pope, world renowned bassist, composer and closet product developer whose pre-amp designs have been heralded by bassists worldwide for their purity, simplicity and sheer musicality; David Yates, boy genius EE, holder of 60 U.S Patents AND a fine bassist in his own right, and Richard’s former JBL partner in crime, Anthony Fregoso – Master Systems Engineer, hipster-like beard-owner and a dead lift/bench-press champion. Trickfish is dedicated to providing serious gear for serious players.

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