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Aguilar Amplification Introduces the Tone Hammer 700 Bass Amp

Aguilar Tone Hammer 700 Bass Amp

Aguilar’s Tone Hammer range of amps has gotten a little bigger – and a little louder. They’ve just introduced the Tone Hammer 700, which builds upon the 350 and 500 models with a power rating of 700 watts. It also continues the super light aspect of the series by weighing in at just 4.9 pounds.

The amp has the same Tone Hammer preamp with bass, treble, and sweepable mid controls. Its Drive knob controls the company’s AGS circuit to add “subtle distortion and midrange punch to the sound.” Other features include a series effects loop, an XLR balanced output, and two Speakon outputs.

The Aguilar Tone Hammer 700 is available now with a street price of $849.

Aguilar Tone Hammer 700 Bass Amp Features:

Power Output:700 watts @ 2.67 or 4 ohms, 350 watts @ 8 ohms
Preamp Section:Solid State
Power Section:Class D
Transformer:Switching mode power supply (SMPS)
EQ Section:Bass: +/- 17 dB @ 40 Hz; Mid Level: +/- 16 dB (Mid Frequency 180 Hz – 1 kHz); Treble: +/- 14 dB @ 4 kHz
Drive Control:Fully adjustable, featuring Aguilar’s proprietary AGS (adaptive gain shaping) circuit
Effects Loop:Series operation. Adds 6 dB of additional gain, making it useful for a broad range of effects units.
Inputs:One 1/4″ input jack, compatible with all active and passive basses
Output:Tuner output
Speaker Outputs:Two Neutrik Speakon speaker outputs
Balanced Output:XLR balanced output with pre/post EQ and ground lift switch
Cooling:Two high-quality whisper fans with thermal speed control
Dimensions:12″ W x 9″ D x 3″ H
Weight:4.9 lbs (2.22 kg)
Warranty:Three year limited
Optional:Durable carrying bag