Gallien-Krueger Legacy 500 Ultra Light Bass Amp Head
The Gallien Krueger Legacy 500 is a powerful power source in a small package! With 500 Watts of earth shaking splendor in a compact and robust presentation. Using circuitboards with gold plated connectors, rather than cables with standard tin connectors, this type of construction delivers a more pure, reliable bass cabinet. Loaded with all pro features like drive, 4 band EQ, mute, tuner out, presence, contour, and overdrive.
- Gallien Krueger Legacy 500
- 500-watt bass amp head
- Four band active EQ
- Foot Switchable Overdrive with Tone Control (Footswitch Included)
- "Bump", "Contour", and "Presence"
- Voicing Filters
- Balanced XLR Output with Pre and Post EQ
- ¼" Send and Return
- Aux Input
- 1/4" Headphones Output
- Twist Lock Speaker Outputs
- 2 cooling fans
- Tuner out
- 2, 2.7, 4 and 8ohm Load Capacity
- 11.25" Width x 9.25" Depth x 2.25" Height
- Authorized Gallien Krueger Dealer
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