Massive Unity debuted the 1964 at the Winter NAMM Show, a preamp powered by T.A.E. technology. Made for both bass and guitar, the unit was designed as a professional alternative to amplifiers as well as a responsive backup to your regular rig.
“1964 is a full analog amplifier simulator for line connection that you can use as a highly detailed preamp to your amp’s fx loop return, or even an impressive tube sounding booster/overdrive to your amp’s input,” Massive Unity writes.
Each 1964 is handmade in Europe. Features include a 20 dB switchable boost, remote switching, a true coil transformer, and preamp & speaker emulated outputs. It’s available for $366.
Massive Unity 1964 Preamplifier Features:
|Powered by T.A.E. technology|
|Real analog experience|
|Handmade in Europe|
|20 dB switchable booster|
|True Coil Transformer|
|Preamp & Speaker emulated Outputs|
|Powered by 9V adaptor|