With the relaunch of the legendary Roadcase, Phil Jones Bass continues to be at the forefront of innovation in bass amplification. The latest model, the PJB BG-800, is the most powerful combo in the company’s lineup, yet maintains the celebrated compact design that PJB is known for. What sets the BG-800 apart is its incredible power and acoustic output for its relatively diminutive size.
Boasting an internal power rating of 600 Watts, the Roadcase increases to an earthshaking 950 Watts with the addition of an 8-ohm extension cabinet. Despite its size, the 12 “Neo Power” speakers have the finesse to cope with all styles of playing, while its tiny footprint allows for more space on cramped stages without sacrificing tone or volume.
The Roadcase is the ultimate in portability, featuring a built-in handle and wheels. Its simplified single channel input is specifically designed to work with all active or passive bass instruments, making it a versatile addition to any musician’s arsenal. With its precision 5 band EQ, you can achieve precise tonal customization that will make your basslines stand out from the crowd.
In addition to its power and precision, the BG-800 also boasts a range of useful features, including an active/passive mute switch, FX send return with Blend control, stereo aux input 3.5 mini jack, headphone out jack, XLR Balanced line out with ground lift switch, and line in and line out to allow multiples of BG 800s to be slaved to one master BG800.
Transporting the Roadcase is a breeze thanks to its incredible power to weight ratio and ergonomically designed handling. And with its ability to work from 100-volts ac to 240 volts ac and automatically adapt to line voltage, the BG800 is the perfect choice for musicians on the go.
Established in 2002, PJB and AIRPULSE Guitar Amps are divisions of Phil Jones American Acoustic Development. PJB is dedicated to using the latest technology in the design of compact bass amps, combos, and loudspeakers that achieve maximum fidelity and peak volume. In fact, Phil Jones owns several patents for loudspeaker technology. With the relaunch of the Roadcase, it’s clear that PJB is not resting on its laurels and continues to innovate in the world of bass amplification.