Combining unparalleled performance, classy ’60-style looks, and robust features like an XLR output in a lightweight and portable package, the Ampeg® Rocket Bass® RB-110 is the ideal amp for practicing and playing small venues. Classic 3-band EQ and the new Super Grit TechnologyTM (SGT) overdrive make it easy to dial in legendary Ampeg tone.
Rocket Bass RB-110
Powerful Combo From the Biggest Name In Bass
The Ampeg® Rocket Bass® RB-110 combo bass amp offers unparalleled performance, stunning ’60s-style looks, and a robust feature set in a light and portable package, making it the ideal practice amp for practicing and playing small venues. The impressively potent and full-sounding 50-watt 1x10" combo features the classic 3-band EQ that Ampeg aficionados know is critical to sculpting the perfect sound, along with a newly designed switchable Super Grit TechnologyTM overdrive circuit that adds warm and gutsy growl. Plus, an auxiliary input lets you play along with the external audio of your choice, while a headphone output ensures you’ll be able to practice whenever you like without disturbing others. An XLR direct output provides a professional connection to a P.A. or recorder.
VINTAGE LOOK, MODERN HEART
The Rocket Bass RB-110 combo looks every bit as classy as its distinguished heritage demands. The top-mounted controls are not only easily accessible, they help to maintain the aesthetic harmony of the ’60-style look, while the amp’s light weight and easy portability place it firmly in the modern era.
SUPER GRIT TECHNOLOGY (SGT) OVERDRIVE
The RB-110 bass amplifier comes equipped with proprietary Super Grit Technology overdrive circuitry, with independent Grit and Level controls, which provides more of the warm and gutsy growl that defines the coveted Ampeg tone. Combined with the famed Ampeg 3-band EQ and Ultra Hi/Ultra Lo switches, SGT enables you to create your ideal bass sound.
PRACTICE WHEN YOU LIKE
Despite its big and powerful sound, the RB-110 is small and lightweight enough to make it a superb practice amp. An auxiliary input enables you to play along with the external audio of your choice, while a headphone output ensures you’ll be able to practice whenever you like without disturbing others.