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Trickfish BM 115
If you want a believable, vintage sound you owe it to yourself to check out the BM 115 cabinet. It handles the power and deliver the sound pressure you need to manage any drummer and it’s voiced for a smooth, even response.
We particularly like the old soul, latin and blues tones in this model.
Trickfish BM 410
This cabinet is ideal for any situation calling for mid to high volume levels. The even frequency response allows for any type of EQ curve needed to fit the musical genre.
From in your face, grindy mids for rock, punchy back pick-up finger styles for jazz, mid cut for a modern slap or old skool creamy ultra-low bass for salsa, blues and reggae, the BM410 is as versatile as they come.
Stack two and hold on – these cabs are concert worthy and loud.
Trickfish SM 112
SM112 is a favorite among bassists looking for portability and even response in a low to mid volume application. It is precise, punchy and tuned for an even response.
While the cabinet can be EQ’d to sound believable in any genre, it shines when you want a natural, organic tonality. Acoustic bass, acoustic bass guitar, basses featuring expensive tone woods and vintage instruments all reveal their subtlety and nuance when played through a Trickfish head and the SM112.
And if you need a little more oomph, simply add a second cab.
Trickfish SM 210
SM210 is a small footprint cabinet with a big sound, and it’s perfect for those low to mid volume gigs where versatility, portability, size and sound matter.
Voiced to provide an even octave-to-octave response, the spectral balance allows for believable tone shaping across all musical genres. Tuck a BM115 underneath and you’ll have a versatile, portable, rumble rig capable of delivering some serious Sound Pressure Levels.
Trickfish Bullhead 1K Bass Amp
Serving Music First!
The team members behind Trickfish are high-profile, professional bass players themselves. Seriously! We’re talking about players who are backing legends like Chick Corea and Scott Henderson. So they know that great sound allows you to focus on just playing music and simply deliver better performances.
Their design goals were clear: build a pre-amp with the lowest noise floor possible so when you record it’s nice and quiet, employ powerful EQ’s so you can shape the sound in the most musical way possible and utilize a stout, no-nonsense power amp that delivers when you’re digging in and pouring on the heat.
We’re happy to say they succeeded – and the result is the Bullhead 1K!