Darkglass Electronics Releases Two New Bass Amps, the Microtubes 900 v2 and Alpha-Omega 900

Renowned Finnish guitar brand Darkglass Electronics has unveiled the two brand-new amplifiers it promised to debut for NAMM 2019 today, the Microtubes 900 v2 and the Alpha-Omega 900.

The Microtubes 900 v2 comes three years after the original's release, over which time Darkglass worked to improve upon the system that quickly amassed a passionate fan base. New for this evolved version is enhanced durability, studio-grade compression, impulse cabinet emulation, and MIDI control, making in a super versatile tool for any bassist while still remaining exceedingly compact and portable.

Microtubes 900 v2
Alpha·Omega 900

The v2 also features both of Darkglass' Microtubes engines, promising players the dynamic saturated tones of the B3K circuit as well as the clean, aggressive, and vintage-sounding overdriven tones from the Vintage Microtubes.

Meanwhile, the brand-new Alpha-Omega 900 is another powerful, dual-drive engine amplifier that promises to take your bass saturation to a new dimension. It combines the tight, punchy and definition-rich Alpha drive and the raw, brutal Omega engine with a studio-grade VCA compressor for an extra layer of control.

Alpha-Omega 900 & Microtubes 900v2

The Alpha-Omega 900 also features an ultra-quiet six-band graphic equalizer for precise tweakability, and like the v2 above, also features MIDI capability for channel switching, muting programmability, impulse response cabinet simulation with up to three sortable virtual cabinets, an auxiliary input, and a headphone input.

Be sure to check out the teaser video above for a first look at the two powerful new bass amps, and follow along with the rest of our ongoing NAMM coverage by clicking the orange banner below.

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