Ampeg Unveils Redesigned BA-112 and BA-115 Bass Combos

The amps feature front-facing controls and a true 60-degree monitoring angle that provides increased clarity.

Woodinville, WA (August 29, 2014) -- The completely redesigned Ampeg BA-112 and B A-115 Bass Combos are now shipping to dealers worldwide. Delivering true Ampeg tone, the new bass combo series is re-envisioned with new features ideal for practice and smaller gigs. 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.

"The Ampeg BA-115 is easily the most popular bass combo ever designed," remarks Ampeg Product Manager Zane Williams. "With the all-new BA Series combos, we are giving bass players classic Ampeg tone and power with modern 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 combos feature 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 also includes separate drive and blend controls, on/off control and is foot-switchable.

Offering a wide range of options, the new series is suitable for a variety of applications. These amps include 3-band EQ in addition to master volume, 1/8" stereo auxiliary input, and 1/8" stereo output along with phantom black powder-coated all-metal chassis with front-panel backlighting. 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 practice and small stages.

Other models in the new BA series include the practice-ready BA-108 and BA-110 plus the stage-ready BA-210 which will all be available beginning Fall 2014.

The U.S. MSRP pricing for the BA-112 is $419.99 and the BA-115 is $559.99.

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