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Phil Jones Bass Introduces the Cub II

Phil Jones Bass Introduces the Cub II

The shoebox-sized amp packs a whopping 110 watts.

St Louis, MO (February 10, 2020) -- The PJB Bass Cub II (Model BG-110) is the newly released, updated version of the popular Phil Jones Bass Cub that will be delivering in February 2020. The Bass Cub II is 110 watts of pure tone in a “shoebox” size package. It is so light, that it can be lifted with one finger!

Phil Jones Bass has developed a new amplifier design which has far greater transient attack from improved loudspeaker cone acceleration, greater dynamic range, and lower harmonic distortion. An upgraded power supply provides a rock-solid stable voltage and current to feed the amplifier.

In addition, PJB researched into a better loudspeaker, specially engineered for the BASS CUB 2 that gives a wider and smoother frequency response using our unique “Chrome-Dome” technology. It will provide increased headroom and speed to capture every nuance of bass playing, from gentle fingerstyle to hardcore slapping.

The BG-110 is available in black and red tolex.Two independent channels can accept two instruments or one microphone. It also has a stereo input for a Drum machine or iPod/MP3 player. Play along practicing can be accomplished through the two internal speakers or headphone jack.

The Bass Cub II’s dimensions are 12”W x 11”D x 7.8”H and it weighs 15.5 lbs. It produces 110 Watts Class D amplification with digital switch-mode power supply. A soft cover is included.

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