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The SA200 was designed for the discriminating bass player looking for the ultimate in pure tone. The 200-watt integrated all-tube bass amplifier was three years in design and testing, with Sadowsky working in close collaboration with Dolf Koch, the highly respected Dutch guitar amplifier maker. Asked about his thinking, Sadowsky elaborated, "The SA200 is a return to quality and simplicity above all else. If you look at other categories like hi-fi, cars, etc., there's always a market for high end products geared to professionals and enthusiasts who want quality."
Capable of 210 watts output at 2, 4 or 8 ohms, the SA200 is equipped with six EL34, one 6N1P and two 12AX7 tubes. Power tube options include 6L6, 6550, KT66 and KT88s. Frequency range at -3dB is 10Hz to 40 kHz. Active EQ is provided for Top and Bottom, with Passive EQ for Bass, Mid and Treble. The SA200 includes an Effects Loop, DI with pre and post EQ switch, tuner out (with mute via footswitch), measures 17" (W) x 7" (H) x 10" (D) and weighs in at a light (for a tube amp) 42 lbs.
The SA-200 is sold direct for $2800.00 with a seven-day return policy. For more information about the SA200, call at 718.422.1123.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sadowsky.com