Aguilar to Introduce Tone Hammer 350 in 2012

Aguilar Tone Hammer 350Aguilar will be introducing a new ultra-lightweight amp to the Tone Hammer series in 2012, with the all new 350 model. Weighing in at only three pounds, the 350-watt head follows suit in the series by utilizing the company’s Tone Hammer preamp, originally found in the Tone Hammer D.I./preamp pedal.

Controls on the Tone Hammer 350 include drive, bass, treble and a sweepable midrange. It also retains the front facing D.I. with pre/post and ground lift switches.

The Aguilar Tone Hammer 350 is built in their New York factory. The new amp is expected to be shipping in March with a street price around $499.

Aguilar Tone Hammer 350 Specs:

  • Preamp Section: Solid State
  • Power Section: Class D
  • Transformer: Switching mode power supply (SMPS)
  • EQ Section: Bass, Treble, Sweepable Midrange
  • Drive Control: Fully adjustable, featuring Aguilar’s proprietary AGS circuit.
  • Inputs: One 1/4? input jack, compatible with all active and passive basses
  • Speaker Outputs: One Neutrik Speakon speaker output
  • Balanced Output: XLR balanced output with pre/post EQ and ground lift switch
  • Cooling: Single high quality whisper fan with thermal speed control
  • Dimensions: 8.25” W x 7.5” D x 2.75” H
  • Weight: 3 pounds

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  1. Grant Austin

    Here we go…they’ve done it again!

  2. Grant Austin

    I use the original Tone Hammer Preamp/DI running into an SWR Stereo 800 Poweramp…Pushing an Edens D210SXT & a Edens D115T…Awesome!

  3. Tom Groeneweg


  4. same wattage as what I’m currently using as well, but at a fraction of the weight, my back is interested.