Orange Amplification Announces the Little Bass Thing Amplifier

Orange Amplification The Little Bass Thing Amp

Orange Amplification is gearing up for the 2020 Winter NAMM Show by unveiling The Little Bass Thing, a 500-watt Class D bass amp “designed with the modern bass player in mind.” The amp, which has a solid-state preamp, weighs in at just 6.5 pounds.

Orange also calls the amp straightforward with a simple control layout. It has a three-band EQ with a sweepable parametric mid control. It also has an optical compression circuit built-in. “This single-dial has a unique sidechain and a response that has been optimized for a bass guitar. It gives the Little Bass Thing excellent dynamic control and a warm, classic feel at subtle or extreme settings. The Class A Optical Compression circuit is a neutrally voiced pre-amp with precise EQ,” they write.

Other features include a buffered FX Loop, a DI output with ground lift, and a -6dB input pad. It will be available soon with a street price of $699.99.

Orange Amplification The Little Bass Thing Amplifier Features:

Power: 500 Watts RMS
Impedance: 4 ohms
Single Channel – Class D Power Amp
Controls: Volume, Compression, Treble, Frequency, Middle, Bass, Pad
Foot-Switchable (Sold Separately) Compression
Variable Input Sensitivity for Active or Passive Basses
Balanced Di out
Fx Loop
Weight: 6.5 pounds

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