NEW Product Demos

NEW Product Demos

We recently had the pleasure of having long term Ashdown user and good friend Sam Lord down for the day to take our NEW Rootmaster EVO II range through its paces, below are a series of four videos going through some of the tasty tones available via the range as well as the cabinets included in the range. 
Sam Lord demonstrating the super lightweight RM-500 EVO II head paired with the ultra portable RM-112T bass cabinet.
In this clip Sam first of all plays the straight up clean tone with a pick with no FX and EQ all set to 12 o'clock(0.00-0.55) before engaging the valve emulated drive(set at roughly 2 o'clock) to add some dirt and grit to proceedings.(0.55-1.53)
These recordings are a blend of the RM-500's inbuilt DI plus the mic'd up cabinet which was an Aston Spirit.
Sam Lord demonstrating the super lightweight RM-500 EVO II head paired with the ultra portable RM-410T bass cabinet.
In the first section Sam has the RM-500 set with a slight mid/low mid scoop and compression set at 1 o'clock giving a solid and punchy slap tone(0.00-0.29) before switching to fingerstyle and engaging the sub harmonics(set at roughly 11 o'clock) to add some deep low end to proceedings.(0.30-1.23) 
 
Sam Lord demonstrating the super compact and lightweight RM C210-500 EVO II combo.
In this clip Sam first of all plays the straight up clean tone finger style with no FX and EQ all set to 12 o'clock with a slight mid cut(0.00-0.49) before engaging the valve emulated drive(set at roughly 3 o'clock) plus the sub harmonics(all the way up) resulting in a dirty sub driven bass tone.(0.50-1.23) 
Sam Lord demonstrating the super lightweight RM-500 EVO II head paired with the ultra portable RM-210 T bass cabinet using his vintage Fender Precision bass.
In this clip Sam demonstrates pick tone vs fingerstyle whilst keeping the amp settings the same.(slight boost on the treble with the 'shape' feature engaged) First of all with a pick(0.00-0.50) before switching to fingerstyle for the second part(0.50-1.29)

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