Tone Hammer 500 Tone Hammer 500 Front
Tone Hammer 500
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Based on the popular Tone Hammer pedal this superlight bass head combines 3 bands of flexible EQ, a colorful "Drive" control, and 500 watts of power in a 4 lb package. The Tone Hammer 500 will give you the legendary "Aguilar Sound" while still fitting into the accessory pouch of most gig bags – the perfect choice for bass players on the go.

Power Output: 500 watts into 4 ohms, 250 watts into 8 ohms

Preamp Section: Solid State

Power Section: Class D

Transformer: Switching mode power supply (SMPS)

EQ Section:
Bass: +/- 17 dB @ 40 Hz
Mid Level: +/- 16 dB
Mid Frequency: 180 Hz – 1 kHz
Treble: +/- 14 dB @ 4 kHz

Drive Control: Fully adjustable, featuring Aguilar’s proprietary AGS(adaptive gain shaping) circuit.

Effects Loop: Series operation. Adds 6 dB of additional gain, making it useful for a broad range of effects units.

Inputs: One 1/4" input jack, compatible with all active and passive basses

Speaker Outputs: Two Neutrik Speakon speaker outputs

Balanced Output: XLR balanced output with pre/post EQ and ground lift switch

Tuner output

Cooling: Two high quality whisper fans with thermal speed control

Dimensions: 10.75”W X 8.5”D X 2.75”H

Warranty: Three year limited

Optional: Durable carrying bag

  • Ben Sargeant

    "The Tone Hammer 500 and SL 112's are amazing - I love this rig! It sounds like it's three times the size and the tone is perfect."

    Ben Sargeant - The Script

  • Adam Nitti

    "I couldn't believe my ears when I plugged into the Tone Hammer 500 for the first time. The fact that you can get this much power and tonal control out of a 4 pound amplifier is nothing short of amazing. I was blown away."

    Adam Nitti - Dave Weckl Band

  • Gary Willis

    "Is that a Tone Hammer 500 in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?"

    Gary Willis - Slaughterhouse 3

  • Justin Meldal-Johnsen

    "The Tone Hammer 500 surprised me. I expected anemic, flat tone from something so small. Instead it sounded rich, full, confident, and loud."

    Justin Meldal-Johnsen - Beck