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The MESA/Boogie Subway D-350 bass amplifier has got a solid-state preamp and puts out 350 watts of Class D power—but it measures 3″ x 9″ x 8.25″ and weighs in at only 3 lbs., 2 oz. That’s heavy sound in a light package, sure to be appreciated by gigging bassists. The D-350 easily adapts for use by active or passive basses with the flip of a switch, and it’s got a four-band EQ and variable voicing control. It even comes with its own gig bag.
$699 MSRP | mesaboogie.com