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The AG 500SC is a high-powered, lightweight head that combines an easy to use yet versatile EQ with 500 watts of power to create the perfect amp for the gigging bassist. Four bands of active EQ with bright and deep switches provide every tone from funk to rock to jazz. A flexible FX Loop and pure sounding D.I. are easily accessible on the front of this amp. Great features, tons of power and an affordable price make this amp a classic.

Power output: 500 watts @ 4 ohms, 250 watts @ 8 ohms

Inputs: One ¼" Input jack with Active/Passive switch

Tone controls: Bright: +5dB >4kHz shelving
Treble: +/- 13dB @ 4kHz shelving
High Mid: +/- 14dB @ 800Hz peaking
Low Mid: +/- 14dB @ 400Hz peaking
Bass: +/- 18dB @ 40Hz shelving
Deep: +6dB <100Hz shelving

FX Loop: Series/Parallel; Send pot is Push/Pull for Line or Instrument level; Return pot is Push/Pull for Parallel or Series operation.

Outputs: Two Neutrik Speakon and two ¼" speaker outputs, XLR balanced D.I. out with Pre and Post EQ switch, Tuner output.

Mute: Push button with LED

Size: 2 rack spaces, 17" W X 3.5" H X 10" D

Weight: 17 lbs.

Warranty: Three year limited.

Includes: Rack Ears

Optional: Rack Bags, Head Cases

Optional: Carry Bag, Head Cases

Available in Black or Boss Brown

  • Anthony Wellington

    "I love it! It’s the first time that I’ve plugged my bass into a rig and set it flat; set my bass flat, set the rig flat and it’s the sound that my bass is supposed to sound like! It’s the sound I was looking for without any effort."

    Anthony Wellington - Victor Wooten Band

  • Avishai Cohen

    "I’ve found a rig that serves both electric and upright in a really cool way. It always delivers."

    Avishai Cohen - Solo Artist

  • Fred Schneider

    "My amp is ideal for what I make with my bass in any circumstances because it shows the real sound of my bass. Many amplifiers color the sound of the bass too much but when you plug into this amp, you hear the true sound of your bass. It’s also the simplest amplifier I’ve ever used."

    Fred Schneider - Eclat