New For NAMM 2024 - Darkglass Release New Infinity 500 & MG500 Combo Amps

Published 1 month ago on January 26, 2024

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Darkglass Release New Infinity 500 & MG500 Combo Amps

The Darkglass Infinity 500 series features two ground-breaking digital bass combo amplifiers: the DG210D and the DG112D. Each model is engineered to unleash an extraordinary sonic experience, combining a robust 500-Watt power output with extensive digital features. 

Both the DG210D and DG112D models sit at the forefront of bass amplifier technology. Whether you're commanding the stage or crafting perfection in the studio, these amplifiers provide unparalleled versatility. Select your preferred sonic signature with two distinctive configurations: the potent 2x10 setup of the DG210D or the compact yet powerful 1x12 layout of the DG112D.

The M500 series introduces the DG210A and DG112A, two exceptional bass combo amplifiers that redefine versatility and power. With a robust 500 Watts of pure analogue output, these combos are crafted for bassists who demand pristine bass tones delivered with precision. 

Select from two dynamic speaker configurations: the impactful 1x12 or the vibrant 2x10, both featuring Eminence ceramic speakers. These combos are powered by a high-efficiency class D ICEpower module, ensuring that your sound is always clear and powerful, whether on stage, in the studio, or at home. 

Designed with the modern musician in mind, the M500 combos are not just powerful—they are portable. Ideal for a variety of settings, from live performances to home practice, these combos are built for those who value flexibility and portability without compromising on sound quality.

Darkglass (exclusively distributed by Korg UK & Ireland) 

Founded in 2009, Darkglass has rapidly become a major force in the world of bass guitar providing handmade bass guitar equipment from its headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. 

With a worldwide presence, Darkglass products are currently used by bass players such as Billy Gould (Faith No More), Paul Turner (Jamiroquai), Ra Díaz (Suicidal Tendencies), Jon Stockman (Karnivool) and Tony Levin (King Crimson) 







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