Demo BASSBOSS at 33 Guitar Centers
The SV9 Top and BB15 Subwoofer Available to Demo at Guitar Center
Guitar Center customers will now have the opportunity to hear the power and performance of BASSBOSS in person. The music retail giant is stocking 33 stores with the BB15 Powered Subwoofer and the SV9 Powered Top, and it’s never been easier to listen to a BASSBOSS demo.
“This mobile-ready loudspeaker and subwoofer pair is perfect for mobile DJs, performers, and smaller venues,” noted Cassandra Brady, VP of Marketing at BASSBOSS. “The pairing provides pristine sound quality and intense bass output from a compact and portable system.”
The BB15 Powered Sub is renowned for its small form factor. The cabinet sports a 15-inch woofer loaded into a vented enclosure, which is tuned to optimize low frequency output using a very large port. It was designed to minimize materials, cost, and weight – while maximizing efficiency. It’s tiny size belies a VERY big voice and the BB15 can easily cover large rooms despite it’s extremely small form factor.
The SV9 Powered Top features a single 9” Neodymium LF driver, providing large displacement and high sensitivity. Its surprising power and flat frequency response make it extremely versatile – either as a small event PA, or as a high-fidelity studio reference monitor.
Brady also noted that the entire BASSBOSS line can now be ordered through Guitar Center locations, offering local support and advice from their retail staff. BASSBOSS is also available to purchase for professional use through the GC Pro network of expert gear advisors.
“To truly understand the value of BASSBOSS, you must experience it,” said Rob Impala, VP of Pro Audio at BASSBOSS distributor American Music and Sound. “We could not be more thrilled to begin our partnership with BASSBOSS than at a time when the brand will be featured across the country at Guitar Center stores in major markets – providing customers the opportunity to hear and feel the incredible fidelity, power and efficiency that sets this brand apart from its competitors.”
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