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The Bullhead Mini 500 bass amplifier sets a new performance standard in lightweight bass amplification. Featuring the acclaimed Mike Pope designed low noise pre-amp integrated with a 500W Class D power amplifier, the Bullhead Mini 500 offers all of the professional features and performance expected of a Trickfish product. The Bullhead Mini 500 offers a wide variety of tone-shaping capabilities via a 4-band EQ, and includes other features such as a selectable input sensitivity, aux input, headphone output, Pre/Post Balanced DI Output, EFX: Parallel loop, amp mute and a Neutrik speakON combo connector. Weighing in at 3.4 lbs. the Mini is the perfect amp to throw in your gig bag and go!

Bullhead Mini 500 Features:

500 watts at 4 ohms (Pascal power module)

Input level indicator: Signal level and clip LEDs (green/red)

4 band EQ (+/- 12dB)
Shelving bass and treble
Low-mid and hi-mid - variable gain, band pass EQ

Line in and headphone out

Parallel EFX loop

600 ohm balanced XLR direct out with pre/post and ground lift

Neutrik speakON combo connector – speakON or 1/4” jack

Auto switching AC mains for worldwide use

3.3 x 10.1 x 8 (H x W x D in.)

Weight: 3.4lbs

Made in the USA

The Bullhead Mini 500 is available now with a street price of $799, available directly from www.trickfishamps.com

“I would say that our goal in designing the Bullhead Mini 500 (like our goals with all our gear) is to preserve the most pristine signal path from input to output using high quality components and minimal signal interruptions. We want the player to be able to plug in and experience the full expressive output of their instrument and their playing without introducing a signal path that masks or over colors that performance. The EQ section of the amplifier is based on the Mike Pope designed EQ that is in all our Bullhead amplifiers and gives the player very "bass specific" frequencies that we feel are the most musical options for bass guitar. After all, great gear should disappear during the performance allowing the player to be unencumbered by the gear and free to perform and express the music.” - Ryan Owens, OWNER, Trickfish Amplification USA, LLC