NAMM 2020: Aguilar Amplification announces the DB925 Bass Preamp

In addition to its other NAMM offerings.

The Aguilar DB 925

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NAMM 2020: Aguilar Amplification has announced the latest addition to their range of pedals, the DB925 Bass Preamp.

The pedal takes up where its predecessor, the DB 924, left off. It is an all-FET preamp, and has been squeezed into a micro steel enclosure. Aguilar describes its two-band EQ as “musically-sculpted,” saying that it “enhances any bass you run through it, adding body and weight to the low-end while opening the high-end.”

The two bands each have 18dB of maximum boost on offer, occuring at 40 Hz for the
bass, and 4kHz for the treble. The DB 925 can be powered by a 9V or a standard 9V power supply, and features a ‘gig-saver bypass’ which ensures signal still passes through the pedal if the battery dies.

The Aguilar DB925 lists for £195, and will be available exclusively through Barnes & Mullins from March 2020.

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