Darkglass Electronics is continuing their tradition of limited edition models with a decked out version of the Microtubes 900 bass amp. The amp has a new black chassis with artwork on its top.
“We have collaborated with Christopher Lovell, a true social media sensation as of late with some of the most epic, dark artwork we have seen in the past few years,” Darkglass writes. “He is also an excellent metal guitarist and loved the idea of having his artwork featured in the meanest sounding bass amplifier in production.”
The amp features Lovell’s painting “Medusa” in a black and white format. It carries all the same features as the original Microtubes 900, including an all-analog preamp, a 900-watt Class D power module, a four-band EQ with three-way frequency switches, and the company’s Microtubes B3K and Vintage Microtubes overdrive circuits.
The Darkglass Electronics Microtubes 900 Limited Edition is available for preorder and will ship on May 16th. It will carry a street price of $999.
Darkglass Electronics Microtubes 900 Bass Amp Details:
|Limited Edition with Artwork by Christopher Lovell|
|Power: 900 Watts|
|4-band EQ with Low/Hi Mids and 3-way Frequency Switches|
|Passive/Active Input Switch|
|Microtubes Engine Section|
|B3K or VMT Overdrive Voicings|
|Speakon Combo Jack Output|
|Power Amp In|
|Balanced Output with Post-Pre, Ground Lift|