Heritage. The heart, the amp section, of the Session combos are all based on the EBS Classic 450 bass head, scaled down to serve each context the best. The philosophy behind the concept is to create combo amps with all the essential features to any bass player – a great sound, professional tools to shape the tone, and a quality XLR output to make use of the great sound for recording or to front of house in a live situation. They come in three different models, to meet different needs.
The EBS Session 120 is the ultimate “weekend warrior” bass combo with excellent tone and all the necessary features to cover any gig. The amp itself is powerful enough to provide great monitor sound on stage and in the rehearsal room, and portable enough to fit in any type of car. It is sporting an easy to dial in, powerful EQ, and a XLR Output for professional live and studio use that extends the possibility to use it on larger stages as well. The EBS Classic Session 120 is a step up compared to the Session 60, although still based on the same concept. This means a tilt-back bass combo with a tone character similar to the EBS Classic 450 bass head. The result is a full bodied, warm bass sound with great punch and bottom. The Session 120 shares all its features with the Session 60. Add to that an extended EQ with Mid control, twice the power, and a 12” speaker fitted in a larger cabinet for better bass response and bigger tone.
New front cloth grille, November 2014 Update. Since November 2014, all Session combos are delivered from the factory with a new front cloth grille. The new front has much better airflow which improve the sound quality and reduce vibrations.
Not just for bass! The Session combos offers a very competitive alternative for Jazz and Acoustic Guitarists and Harmonica players looking for an amp as well. Unintentionally, it seems that especially the EBS Session 60 turn out to be ‘absolutely amazing’ for Jazz guitar, as well as harmonica – according to customer feedback!
Available in three different models
Powerful, well thought out EQ
Headphones output, sound source input for practice to recorded music.
Post EQ XLR-output with ground lift
30, 60 or 120 W RMS output power
60 and 120 models are tilt-back models
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS EBS Session 120 Combo
|Configuration||1x 12″ + 2″|
|Frequency Response||45 – 18k Hz|
|Power Rating||120 W RMS|
|Height||40 cm / 15.8″|
|Width||43.5 cm / 17.1″|
|Depth||45.5 cm / 17.9″|
|Weight||21 kg / 47 lbs|
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