Trickfish Amplification Acquires Flex Core Onboard Preamps

Trickfish Amplification Flex Core Onboard Preamp

Trickfish Amplification announced the acquisition of the Flex Core Onboard Preamp. The preamp, which was designed by Michael Pope and David Yates, will continue to offer the same configurations.

“It is our goal to expand the availability of this preamp and acquaint bassist around the world to all the features and options available in the amazing circuit that David Yates and Michael Pope have created in the Flex Core Preamp,” Trickfish owner Ryan Owens states. “We are confident that when given a choice, the Flex Core will be the clear pick for bassist of all styles.”

The Flex Core is described as a high-performance, wide range preamp with low noise and wide bandwidth. It operates with both 18-volt or 9-volt power sources and can work with two, three, or four bands of EQ. All wire harnesses are prewired for plug-and-play installation and work with almost any pickup.

The Flex Core Internal Preamp is available now with prices starting at $299.

Flex Core Internal Preamp Features:

High performance, wide range preamp with low noise and wide bandwidth
Musical EQ with LOTS of flexibility... works with 2, 3, or 4 bands
All wire harnesses are PREWIRED and plug-and-play
Works with almost any kind of pickup
Solderless screw terminals for pickup connection
18V or 9V operation
Most installations require no soldering

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  1. Jamie Bestwick

    RIP Keith White aka K-Dub. We miss you, brother!