Aguilar Tone Hammer 350 350-Watt Bass Amp Head

Aguilar Tone Hammer 350 350-Watt Bass Amp Head

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  • Tone Hammer 350 350-Watt Bass Amp Head
  • Tone Hammer 350 Limited Edition 350-Watt Bass Amp Head
  • Aluminum
  • Chocolate Brown
  • 2012 - 2023
Made In
  • United States
Color Family
  • Brown
  • Solid State
  • None


The Tone Hammer 350 Head is a compact solid state bass head designed as an a financially accessible and portable alternative to the company's more expensive models.

Features: Class D power section, 350w power, solid state preamp, treble, mid-level and bass EQ, pre/post button
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The Tone Hammer 350 distills 350W (at 4 ohms) of Aguilar’s distinctive tone into just 3 pounds. The Tone Hammer’s three–band EQ also features a mid frequency knob that lets players adjust the frequency center of the mid knob, selectable from 180Hz–1kHz. With a bass band centered around 40Hz and a treble band set around 4kHz, Aguilar’s Tone Hammer preamp is perfectly capable.

Another key feature of the Tone Hammer 350 is its dedicated drive channel. Using Aguilar’s proprietary adaptive gain shaping circuit, the drive knob introduces a woollier, tube–esque texture to your bass tone. I like to dial in the drive knob to about 8 or 9 o’clock for a little bit of extra growl, almost like an SVT.

Aguilar’s Tone Hammer 350 is not a sophisticated Class D amplifier, but for those of you who want a portable taste of Aguilar tone, you can’t go wrong with the Tone Hammer 350.

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