Armed with a monstrous 750 watts at 4 ohms, the Aguilar DB 751 bass head gives you the headroom to rule any venue. The preamp section of this beast is juiced by three 12AX7s, while 12 complimentary lateral MOSFETs drive the output. The result is fat, round, tubular tone at stadium-shaking volume. To shape all this tasty tone, the DB 751 gives you gain and master volume controls, and the exacting EQ control of a passive 3-way tone stack with active midrange, plus bright and deep switches. Tone, power, and versatility - you can have it all with the Aguilar DB 751.
Aguilar DB 751 Bass Head at a Glance:
- From club to arena, handle any size gig
- Awesome tone and powerful sound-shaping tools
- Bass-savvy design and inspired engineering
From club to arena, handle any size gig.
If you play a range of various-sized venues, JB MUSIC knows you require a bass head that can do it all. Aguilar's DB 751 is what you need. With a bone-crunching 750 watts at 4 ohms (975 at 2 ohms), the DB 751 gives you the headroom to ace any size gig. Mate the DB 751 with one or two of Aguilar's excellent bass cabs. The DB 751 gives you the flexibility of two speakON connectors (with a 2-ohm minimum load), so you can mix and match cabs appropriately for specific gigs. In addition, for recording and going straight into a PA, there's a front-panel balanced XLR DI output with pre-/post-EQ and ground-lift switches.
Awesome tone and powerful sound-shaping tools
The Aguilar DB 751 delivers broad dynamic response, detailed note articulation, deep (but focused) low end, punchy midrange, and stunning high-end clarity. Dial up the gain control, and the three 12AX7s in the preamp section serve up scrumptious, classic tube growl. The DB 751 gives you the tools to shape your signature tone: a passive 3-way tone stack with active midrange and bright and deep switches further juice your sound-sculpting capabilities. The Aguilar DB 751 will give you the tonal mojo to sail through any show or recording session with flying colors.