Review: Phil Jones Bass Nanobass X4 Combo Amplifier

The perfect tool for practicing at your desk, in your home, or on the go that provides clear tone, full sound, and clarity, all in a tiny package

Review: Phil Jones Bass Nanobass X4 Combo Amplifier

The perfect tool for practicing at your desk, in your home, or on the go that provides clear tone, full sound, and clarity, all in a tiny package

Since launching in 2002, Phil Jones Bass has become known for making premium amps, cabinets, and combo amps of all shapes and sizes that perform at the highest level. Artists like Pino Palladino, Bakithi Kumalo, Nathan East, Bob Glaub, Tony Levin, and Gail Ann Dorsey have all embraced the vision of innovator Phil Jones, who has spent his life redefining amplification and changing the game at every bend of his career. In evolving with modern times, part of Phil’s recent focus has shifted to packing PJB’s massive sound into compact designs that fit the lives of traveling and gigging musicians. While the tradition of hefting full stacks of 8x10 cabinets has become decreasingly popular in favor of lightweight class-D heads, 2x10 cabinets, and combo amps, PJB jumped ahead of the curve and introduced a series of small and lightweight amps that travel easily but never compromise their tone. The latest creation comes in the form of the Nanobass X4, which is PJB’s smallest and lightest am
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Jon D'Auria   By: Jon D'Auria

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