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Phil Jones Bass Cranks It Up With BP-800

Small and lightweight just got more powerful with the introduction of Phil Jones Bass’s BP-800 bass amplifier.

The BP-800 is a high power, high performance no compromise compact amplifier that delivers more bass for the buck at a street price of $799. The BP800 features a Class A pre-amp with the popular PJB 5-Band EQ.

Although it weighs only 5.7 lbs and is 7.5” wide the BP-800 is built with the ruggedness and precision needed to withstand all the rigors of live performance and the road. The appealing blue front panel is a quarter inch thick and CNC machined while the chassis is built from thick aluminum extrusion making it incredibly strong. All control knobs are PJB design solid aluminum billet for a high end look and feel.

The BP-800 will work on any AC voltage from 100- 240 volts AC enabling it to conveniently travel worldwide without having to switch to local AC supply voltages.

The Power Output is 450 watts into 8 Ohms, and 800 watts into 4 ohms (maximum load). The dimensions are 7.5” wide x 2.5” high x 12.5 “deep.

Other features include Mute /Passive/Active Switch, Headphone out and auxiliary input jacks, Balanced line out with pre/post EQ and ground lift switches, FX send/return Jacks, Pre Amp out and Power amp input jacks and a High-Current Speakon Out

Established in 2002, PJB and AIRPULSE Guitar Amps are divisions of Phil Jones American Acoustic Development. PJB is dedicated to using the latest technology in the design of compact bass amps and loudspeakers that achieve highest in fidelity and volume. Phil Jones owns several patents for loudspeaker technology.

Visit online at pjbworld.com

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