Warwick Introduces the Gnome i Pro 600 Bass Amp

Warwick Gnome i Pro 600 Bass Amp

Warwick has expanded their line of miniature bass amps with the Gnome i Pro 600, marking the most powerful model in the Gnome series. The 600-watt head weighs in at just 6.6 pounds.

The Gnome i Pro 600 has a four-band EQ for tone sculpting with an aux input and a headphone output on the front panel. The rear has a pair of Speakon jacks, an effects loop, and an XLR DI output. The Gnome also has a USB output to use the head as a recording interface.

The Warwick Gnome i Pro 600 is available now for approximately $563.

Warwick Gnome i Pro 600 Bass Amp Features:

Lightweight Bass Amplifier Head With USB Interface
Solid-state Design, Class D Amplifier Circuitry
600 W at 4 Ohms / 350 w at 8 Ohms
4-Band EQ With +/- 15 dB cut/Boost per Band
6.35 Mm (1/4″) Headphone Output for Silent Practice
Post-EQ Balanced XLR DI Output With Switchable Ground Lift
More Than 10 Mohms Input Impedance Provides Maximum Sensitivity for Passive Pickups
Can be Mounted on RockBoard Pedalboards With the RockBoard QuickMount Type d (not Included)
USB Audio Interface for PC, MAC or Compatible Mobile Devices, no Drivers or Special Software Required
Supported Sampling Rates: 44.1 kHz and 48 KHz
Front Panel Controls for Gain, Bass, mid low, mid High, Treble, Master
Rear-mounted Ground Lift Switch
Rear-mounted Power on / off Switch
Front Connections for 6.35 mm (1/4″) Instrument Input, 3.5 mm (1/8″, Stereo) aux Input and 6.35 mm (1/4″) Headphone Output
Rear Connections for Mains in (IEC Socket), 6.35 mm (1/4″) Speaker out, USB Type b Port and Balanced XLR DI Out
Input Voltage 220 - 240V AC
Dimensions (l x w x h) 340 x 250 x 100 mm / 13 25/64″ x 9 27/32″ X 3 15/16″
Weight 3.01 kg / 6.62 Lbs
Fits in Optionally Available RockBoard Effects Pedal bag no. 01 (RBO EPB 01), not Included in the Delivery
230V EU Version Incl. Power Cord With EU Plug (Warning: the Device can Only be Used in Countries With 230V Mains Voltage. Other Mains Voltages can Damage the Device.)

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