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TC Electronic RH750 Bass Guitar Amplifier Head

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Product Description

More power than the RH450, TC Electronic's RH750 Bass Guitar Amplifier comes at you with 750 watts of power, flexible tone controls including their own TubeTone, TweeterTone and SpectraComp controls. This power hungry addition to TC Electronic's Bass 2.0 Series amplifiers continues thee mission of bringing a more powerful and useful feature set to bass guitar players everywhere.

TC Electronic RH750 Features

  • 750 watts of Pure Bass Power (1200 watts peak)
  • Flexible Tone Controls with On-board user memories
  • TubeTone, TweeterTone and SpectraComp Controls
  • Built in Bass tuner with Mute function
  • Transformer balanced Studio grade Line driver output
  • AES/EBU Digital recording out
With its built-in chromatic tuner, three presets and jaw-dropping tone shaping abilities TC Electronic's RH750 raises the bar on bass guitar amplification. Its compact design is only the beginning.
  • TweeterTone control gives you 'intelligent HF control' that can take RH750 from old-school vintage tones to crisp and modern bass guitar tones or anything in between in seconds.
  • SpectraComp offers 'per string' bass compressor that has been praised by bass players all over the world for its extremely even compression across all strings.
  • TubeTone recreates both a tube pre- and power amp for the most realistic tube sound in a non-tube amplifier.
Three on-board presets allow you to tailor presets toward different bass guitars or musical styles so you can switch between vintage Fenders and modern, active basses or between funky R n' B and classic Rock 'n Roll tunes is completely effortless.

The AES/EBU connector lets you record straight into your DAW, such as Pro Tools or Logic. For maximum flexibility, it's also S/PDIF compatible and can be switched between 'Pre' and 'Post' in the pre-amp section.

Product Specifications
TC Electronic RH750 Bass Guitar Amplifier Head Specifications
  • Input connector: 1/4 in. jack
  • Input impedance: 1 MOhm / 100 pF
  • Gain range: -96 to 32 dB
  • Tone controls: Default Frequencies
    • Bass: 200 Hz (range: 71-1120 Hz, Gain: +15/-24 dB) - Shelving type
    • Low Mid: 400 Hz (range: 100-1600 Hz, Gain: +15/-24 dB)
    • High Mid: 800 Hz (range: 200-3150 Hz, Gain: +15/-24 dB)
    • Treble: 4000 Hz (range: 400-6300 Hz, Gain: +15/-24 dB) - Shelving type
  • TweeterTone: -12 to 12, L-PAD Cabinet Recreation
  • TubeTone: 0 to 12, Tube amp Recreation
  • SpectraComp: 3 band Spectral Compression
  • Preset Level: -12 dB to 0 gain attenuation
  • User Memories: 3 memory locations storing controls except Mute and Master Level
  • Tuning range: Chromatic, constant on A0 (27.50 Hz) to E5 (659.26 Hz)
  • Mute: Mutes speaker out, Phones out and Balanced out
  • Master Level Headphone Output: Studio quality headphone amp
  • Impedance: 40 to 600 Ohm
  • Mains supply: 100-120V~ or 220-240V~ 50/60 Hz (100 W @ 1/8 Power)
  • Speaker out: Combined Speakon / 1/4 in. jack
  • Power rating: 750 W (1200 W Peak)
  • Balanced output: Transformer Balanced XLR, Pre/Post Pre-amp
  • Max. Output: +0 dBu
  • Optimal Load Impedance: 600 Ohm
  • Preamp out: 1/4 in. Jack, Balanced Output, Max Output Level = +8 dBu
  • Power amp in: 1/4 in. Jack, balanced input, impedance = 10 kOhm
    • Max Input Level = +8 dBu
  • Rehearsal input: RCA, Left/Right input, fits to iPod
  • Digital Recording out: Balanced XLR, AES/EBU, (24 Bit)
  • Remote connection: 5 pin DIN, Cable with shield
  • Operating/Storage Temperature: 0° C to 50° C / -30° C to 70° C
  • Humidity: Max. 90 % non-condensing
  • Dimensions: 10.8 x 11.4 x 2.6 inches (275 x 290 x 66 mm)
  • Weight: 8.8 lbs (4kg)
  • Finish: Anodized aluminum front plated and painted steel chassis

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  800-565-2523 Warranty:  1 Year Parts and Labor
KeithW from Braceville, IL USA
Overall Rating
Well worth the wait !!
What is your overall opinion of this product?
I have read about the TCE RH450/750 heads and ultimately decided on the RH750 along with the RC4 controller unit. I got them mid last week and played with the head for about 2 hours on Friday evening and took it to the gig on Sat Evening. Took my old rack just-in-case but it never saw the cable from my bass the entire gig. The RH750 purred and I got so many compliments on the sound of my bass that I will find it hard to go back to the old rack even as a backup. The tone range is excellent and the combination of the SpectraComp & TubeTone allowed me to get the sounds out of my cabs I had never heard before. I'm going to be tweaking things for awhile I am guessing due to what seems like an unlimited set of possibilities that are going to take awhile to master. So far I am having a ball !!!!
How is the quality of the product? Was it well made?
Both the head and the RC4 controller are built in an extremely durable manner and I suspect short of actual abuse they will hold up to a lifetime of reasonable use.
Are the features on the product what you were expecting? What are your favorite features?
At this point in time I find them to be more than I expected but also acknowledge I only have a few hours of use on the head and the greater majority were playing so constantly turned around and changing dials was out of the question.
How is the sound quality? How does the sound compare to other products you've use?
I love the richness I was able to get within minutes of first turning it on. Might be because of the many many reviews I had read about the product prior to taking the plunge. But when the soundman comes up to you and says I did very little to tweak the sound of your bass, just boosted your FOH volume and it sounded fabulous... it is a good thing as our soundman has years of experience and not just a friend we asked to handle the board.
Are the controls logically laid out?
Layout is good and the lighted rings showing where the knob is currently set to are neat, too.
How is the tone? Distortion vs clean?
I did not mess with this too much on the gig but the prior night I was have fun playing with the range from clean to a fairly crazy overdriven tube sound. I will find the right place to use the different sounds given a little more time to learn how to get the head quickly from one sound to the other... the Memory Locations (3 of them) will probably help a lot, too.
Did you get what you were expecting for the price? How does it compare to similar products in the same price range?
So far, fairly early in the game, I am very happy. There were some other heads in the same power & options range ... some a bit cheaper too... but in my case having finally getting the funds necessary and wanting one of these for quite awhile, I had to go all the way and see if it was everything the hype made it out to be. If I had stopped short (gotten a different head) and it did not turn out to be everything I wanted I would be kicking myself for not following my original desires. It is up to the RH750 to convince me beyond the shadow of a doubt that I did right and it has only had one gig so far... I suspect it will live up to my expectations. I had heard people mention that they got a defective or DOA unit, so far the DAW output is the only thing unchecked and my head appears to work perfectly !!!
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