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Harley Benton reveals new bass combo, amp and cab series with affordable prices

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We've already been wowed by Harley Benton's backline offerings with the FRFR-112A DSP guitar cab but now the Thomann brand has released a whole new series of bass amps, cabs and combos in the new SolidBass range. 

The SolidBass series includes two solid state combos, two heads and four cabs. 

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The 150-watt SolidBass 150C (£229) and 300-watt 300C (£285) combos are housed if tiltable enclosures for more efficient onstage monitoring. 

The 300C features a custom-voiced 15" woofer and 3" tweeter, while the smaller 150C has a 1x12 speaker. Both combos feature four-band equalizers, master volume, smart compressor, lift/ground switches and input choice  for active and passive pickup basses.

There's an FX loop and DI out for integrating your pedals and live / recording use too. 

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If you need more headroom, the SolidBass 300H (£220) and 600H (£248) heads can deliver 300-watts and 600-watts RMS, respectively with equivalent tone-shaping and connectivity options as their combo siblings.

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If you need cabs to pair them with, the SolidBass 810 8x10 (£299), 410T 4x10 (£165), 115T 1x12 (£108) and 210T (£117) 2x10 should cover most requirements. 

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While the 115T and 210T should prove enough for most of us, the SolidBass 410T packs a mighty 450 watts RMS, only eclipsed by the 810T's 900 watts.

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Head over to harleybenton.com to check out the range in full.

  

Rob Laing

I'm the Guitars Editor for MusicRadar, handling news, reviews, features, tuition, advice for the strings side of the site and everything in between. Before that I worked on guitar magazines for 15 years, including Editor of Total Guitar.