FS: Aguilar DB750 With a Protec Rack Bag
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Just because I'm in one of my moods where I think I'd like to try something new, I have for up for sale my Aguilar DB750. Aguilar describes this head as… a perfect combination of raw power and enormous headroom. It’s hard to argue with that description. This head pumps out 750 watts of pure tone into 4 ohms and 975 watts into 2 ohms. If you’re not familiar with this amp, read the reviews and you’ll know why this is the amp of choice for so many bassists.
Overall the amp is in terrific condition. There is a little rack rash and few minor scratches here and there. The only issue I need to mention is for some reason both corners on each side of the amp are bent where it attaches to a rack. It was this way when I bought it and I don't know how it happened (and probably don't want to know), but the amp works perfectly. It also does not affect how it attaches to a rack at all. In fact, you can't even see the issue when it is the rack bag. As a special added bonus, it comes with a Pro Tec 3 space rack bag, which is the same bag Aguilar used to sell with it's logo.
From the Aguilar Website:
Accepts 2, 4, and 8 ohm loads
Tuner Out with Mute
Self-Diagnostic Protection Circuit and Thermal Overload Protection Circuit (both with LED Indicators)
Short Circuit Protection
Power Output: 750 watts @ 4 ohms, 975 watts @ 2 ohms.
Preamp Section: Three 12AX7s and one 12AU7
Power Section: 12 complimentary lateral MOSFETs
Transformers: Custom Aguilar toroidal power transformer.
EQ Section: Tube-driven shelving type treble (+/ - 12dB @4kHz), mid (+/ - 12dB @ 400Hz), and bass (+/ - 12dB @ 40Hz) controls.
Deep Switch: Adds 3db of broad-band boost at 30 Hz.
Bright Switch: A passive RC pre-emphasis circuit at 5-7 kHz.
Effects Loop: Send pot is push/pull for line or instrument level; return pot is push/pull for parallel or series operation.
Inputs: One 1/4" input jack with an active/passive switch. One 1/4" power amp input.
Outputs: Two Neutrik Speakon speaker outputs, one Jenson XLR balanced output (-32dB pre- and post-EQ) with a ground lift switch, and one 1/4" jack preamp output.
Cooling: High quality whisper fan
Power Requirement: 100, 120, 230 VAC 50 - 60 Hz
Dimensions: 19" W x 14" D x 5.25" H
Rack Size: Three Spaces
Weight: 43 lbs
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Thanks for looking!
How's about a great condition 97' Eden WT 400, a mint way huge swollen pickle, mint MXR octave deluxe, and mint MXR envelope filter plus some $?
Hey thanks for the offer, but I'm really looking for a head that has a little more power.....and I'm good on pedals. Just let me know if you have an interest in a cash deal. Thanks!
Price drop to $1200 shipped....which figures out to about $1.23 per watt running at 2 ohms. I just thought I'd include that in case you were into unit pricing....
I just pulled the trigger on an Eden WT-550, so I did remove the trade option from my listing.
If for some strange reason the Eden falls through I have a 6 month old, bought new Orange Terror 1000 and some cash laying around- just hit me up.
come monday i'm
buying this amp. just saying'....
Sent a email
FWIW regarding the bent rack ears, this is actually common with heavy rack mounted amps, power amps, etc that are stored vertically. I have the same amp with the same kind of rack sag only in the opposite direction.
I think it's just the effects of gravity doing what it does when the amp spends a lot of its life in a rack case stored vertically.
what is the backstory on this amp? are you the 1rst, or 2nd owner? have the tubes been swapped? has there ever been an issue, or has it ever been serviced? Sorry, I've had some bad luck buying second hand before and just want to be certain about what I'd be getting if I pull the trigger....
...and this amp is sold and headin' East! Thanks everyone for all of your interest.
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