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Ampeg® B-15N Bass Amplifier

Ampeg® B-15N Bass Amplifier

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Regulärer Preis: $149.00

$99.00

Du sparst 33%

Du hast keine Artikel in deinem Warenkorb.

Der legendäre Bassverstärker-Sound aus den 60er- und 70er-Jahren, exklusiv für UAD-2 und Apollo.

Der Ampeg B-15N Bassverstärker definierte den Sound von E-Bass-Aufnahmen. Diese 1x15" Vollröhren-Combo mit 30 Watt lieferte von den Motown-Klassikern mit James Jamerson bis hin zu den ruhmreichen Stax-Aufnahmen mit Donald "Duck" Dunn den warmen und fetten Bass-Sound, der als Grundlage für Rock, Funk und Soul der 60er- und 70er-Jahre gilt.

Das von Brainworx entwickelte Ampeg B-15N Bassverstärker Plug-In emuliert die Schaltungen, die Klangregelung und den unverwechselbaren Fingerabdruck von Ampeg´s limitiertem Heritage B-15N Bassverstärker perfekt - exklusiv für UAD-2 Hardware und Apollo Interfaces.

Jetzt Kannst Du:

Mit dem legendären Vollröhren-Combo den markanten Sound des B-15 aufnehmen und reampen — von jazzigen Clean- über warme Overdrive- bis zu heavy Distortion-Sounds

Beide Klangdesigns der B-15 Schaltungen von 1964 und 1966 einsetzen — mit schaltbaren Bias-Reglern für weitere Anpassung des Sounds

Den Sound über den energisch eingreifenden und akribisch modellierten
2-Band Baxandall EQ detailliert und wirkungsvoll verfeinern

42 unterschiedliche, hochklassige Signalketten vorhören, die vier verschiedene Lautsprecherboxen und mehrere klassische Mikrofone bieten

Soundbeispiele

Soundbeispiele
Der Sound von Giganten

Der Sound von Giganten

Das Ampeg B-15N Bass Amplifier Plug-In überträgt die von zwei 6L6-Röhren verstärkte Schaltung der ursprünglichen Hardware, wie auch den einfachen und extrem musikalischen 2-Band Baxandall EQ. Verwende einfach den Volume-Regler, um die vollen, rauchigen Klangfarben zu erzeugen, die sich perfekt für Jazz und Soul eignen oder steigere das Volume noch weiter für ein sattes, kehliges Knurren, das zusammen mit Obertönen und Klangcharakter erklingt.

Zwei Kanäle,<br> unzählige Klangfarben

Zwei Kanäle,
unzählige Klangfarben

Der B-15N verfügt als Weiterentwicklung des klassischen B-15-Konzepts über zwei Kanäle — 1964 und 1966 — und beide bieten die Zutaten legendärer Klangfarben. Die 1964er Seite stattet dich mit einer 25-Watt-Selbstvorspannung aus, wohingegen du beim 1966er Eingang über eine 30-Watt Schaltung mit fester Vorspannung spielst. Der 1964er Kanal klingt schwammiger und bricht früher auf, während der 1966er Eingang über etwas mehr Headroom und Mittensubstanz verfügt. Du kannst zusätzlich zwischen den auswählbaren Vorspannungsarten umschalten, wodurch sich weitere Klangfarben und ‑texturen ergeben.

B-15N FX Rack

B-15N FX Rack

Durch die Implementierung des Brainworx FX Rack liefert das B-15N Plug-In zusätzliche Kontrolle über deinen Bass-Sound. Es bietet ein Noise-Gate für Kontrolle von tieffrequentem Brummen, schaltbare High-Pass und Low-Pass Filter für zusätzliche Klangoptionen und eine interne Power-Soak-Schaltung, mit der du nach Lust und Laune Overdrive dazu fahren kannst, ohne die Ausgangsverstärkung dabei zu übersteuern.

Unison<sup>™</sup> Technology für<br>Apollo Interfaces

Unison Technology für
Apollo Interfaces

Durch den Einsatz von UA´s bahnbrechender Unison Technologie erhältst du mit dem Ampeg B-15N Plug-In exakt die Impedanz, die Eingangsverstärkung und das Schaltungsverhalten, die maßgeblich dazu beigetragen haben, um aus dieser legendären Bass-Combo einen der am häufigsten aufgenommenen Bassverstärker der Geschichte zu machen.

Eigenschaften

Der klassische Sound des essentiellen Studio Bassamps Ampeg B-15N, der auf zahlreichen Hitaufnahmen zum Einsatz kam

2 getrennte Preamp-Schaltungen (1964 und 1966) produzieren zwei Varianten des begehrten Vintage Ampeg Basssounds

Unison™ Technologie liefert das Erlebnis und Spielgefühl des legendären B-15N Preamps

Klangregelung: Baxandall Style Bass und Treble (pro Kanal)

42 Recording Kanäle mit mehreren Lautsprecherboxen, aufgenommen in einer professionellen Studioumgebung mit exzellentem Equipment

Fühlt sich bei der Performance über Apollos Realtime UAD Processing wie ein echter Amp an

Physikalische Eingangsimpedanz- und Gain Staging Regelung mit Unison Technologie

User-Rezensionen

Ampeg B-15N Bass Amplifier

F. Trentini

3. November 2020

Very good

I own a couple of Ampeg amps (SVT & Portaflex) so I know exactly what the "real deal" sounds like. This beautiful plugin reproduces that tone and vibe with great accuracy. Well done.

F. Trentini

3. November 2020

Very good

I own a couple of Ampeg amps (SVT & Portaflex) so I know exactly what the "real deal" sounds like. This beautiful plugin reproduces that tone and vibe with great accuracy. Well done.

S. Daunt

15. Oktober 2020

Best Bass Amp Plugin so far

Of all the bass amp sims this one feels the best to me. Warm fat and clear. The fx rack add ons are useful too.

A. Reverberi

19. September 2020

Solid

Solid and very versatile, another great Brainworx amp sim

T. Hansen

13. September 2020

Like the Real thing.

I was planning to buy the Ampeg portaflex, and I probably will sometime in the future. But now i’m not in a hurry anymoore. This plugin is great! It puts the bass perfectly in the mix with all the beautiful tone, grit and dirt you can possible expect from a real tube amp. It just sounds Amazing!

F. St-Gelais

23. August 2020

Green Day!

Decided to give this a try after reading Butch Walker used it on the latest Green Day album, which has killer bass tones (in my opinion). Absolutely love it. I feel ambarassed that I overlooked it for so long but better late than never!

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

offering the OX Box technology in a plugin would be kind of a big thing to people..

something about the way a tube rectifier supply reacts to loading....if Mesa/Boogie is going to be a snot about licencing plugins, then make Eleven with selectable power supply rectifiers, and just walk around them..

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

and make sure you have Brainworxs get you the B-15N power section here for Eleven...
it's the only tube rectifier driven 6L6 section

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

you get all the power amp sections from the Brianworxs plugs, get the acoustic feedback from Softube, and the cab and mic modeling from the UA OX box, and put it all under one GUI....Eleven.

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

think of Eleven as a consolidated modular tube power amp/cab/mic/and adjustable acoustic feedback plugin,
( where guitars and pickups are already modular, and preamps are going that way.. );
a way to get rid of the soaked amp heat, and the electrical power consumption that entails.

Eleven would be a true "green plugin"

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

think about how much national electricity would be saved if Eleven had modeled power amp sections....then, not only could people use the Brainworx Plug preamps, but also people wouldn't be power soaking their real tube amps....

and maybe more tube amp manufacturers would make amps with separate standby and power switches for their amp's preamps...or just start offering real tube preamps..

synthesizers were modular from the beginning...i don't understand why guitar amplification would take so long.

E. Koch

20. August 2020

Eleven

Eleven would work with all the Brainworx amps, ( except mine here ) if it had a Power Amp Selector Section, ( by tube type, #, and power supply rectifier )....i guess packaging tube power amp sections with Softube's acoustic feedback and UA's OX response, would be the best thing....

that way people can pick their preamps..

if Eleven, ( like that ) had a digital pre gain control...then i could just run a 610B...

i wired a Jensen Balancing DI transformer into my Baritone guitar's electronics...
so my "guitar cable" is actually a balanced XLR mic cable...and so, with the addition of a digital gain, the 610B would drive it just fine.....if UA wants to do Eleven that way..

E. Koch

20. August 2020

I Just Noticed The OX Amp Top Box ( bye bye acoustic feedback )

So UA already has Cone Break-Up Down To A Science !!!
Great, but what if my amp is a plug in ??? and what if i want acoustic feedback also ???

maybe UA gets together with Softube on the Eleven Plugin ???
like i said, they already have the Acoustic Feedback plugin developed

E. Koch

19. August 2020

Just the one review on this is fine

the rest of my reviews here are on the " Eleven, for UAD 2 "

there are several characteristic speaker cone break-up types...but the all would equate to a type of compression or limiting..

there is the alnico break-up, ( a smooth whoofy type break up )
and the aggressive green back break up ( more crunchy sounding )
and then more common types of break up that are not so well characterized...

suffice to say, a cone break-up type selector switch, in that section, would cover the bases.

E. Koch

19. August 2020

i thought of a name for " the loud box "

Eleven ....
Softube already has the acoustic feedback processor developed, and the Speaker Cone Break-up Compressor would need to be a second independent processing stage..

so it makes sense to have the one knob, that goes to eleven, in the middle; with the feedback parameters on one side, and the break-up compressor parameters on the other.

E. Koch

19. August 2020

part five of my 5 star review.

maybe Brainworks and Softube could work together on an "acoustic feedback /cone break-up compressor"... it makes sense that it would be one unit...a sort of "LOUD BOX" that could be used on any guitar amp plugin..

E. Koch

19. August 2020

part four of my 5 star review..

if the guys at Brainworxs get board, maybe they could develop a "UAD 2 guitar speaker break-up compressor", ( with different speaker break up characteristics), to place in the signal chain after all their great amplifiers..

E. Koch

19. August 2020

part 3 of my 5 star review

the 8X10 cabs on this are working as well for me as any impulse response would...it's really an awesome amp, so thanks all..

i have no idea how cone break-up could be worked into an impulse response anyway, and maybe i can get that sort of effect with my compressor set up..

E. Koch

19. August 2020

Part Two of my 5 star review

i have never heard anyone mention the fact that cabinet impulse responses don't have cone break-up...but they don't..

i like the sound of overdriven power amps, and a little cone break-up...i have softube's acoustic feedback plugin, and i like that allot....i just wish there was a way to come out of the power soak into a cabinet plugin with a dynamic break up adjuster...

in real life, i could put a 2X12 loaded with two 15 watt celestion blue back alnico 12s on this wide open 30 watt B-15N and get cone barking compression on the peaks.

E. Koch

18. August 2020

my baritone guitar amp ( 6 string, 30-5/8" scale, low A )

dual 6l6 power section with a tube rectifier here, part recipe for one chunky monkey...
it's not super high gain or anything, but i run on the clean side of guitar tone and jump through rings of fire for the sustain and feedback vs gobs of gain ( which in a way accomplishes the same thing, but there is a difference to me )