THE EBS REIDMAR 750 IS BASED ON AN AWARD WINNING EBS AMP DESIGN. THE 'BOUTIQUE' AMP TONAL QUALITIES PAIRED WITH A POWERFUL 750 W AMP MAKES THIS A SERIOUS AND PORTABLE CHOICE FOR ANY MAJOR STAGE GIG.
A Natural beast
Due to advanced soft-clip technology, the Reidmar amps does not suffer any loss of definition in the low register when the volume is turned up. It does not use a present automatic limiter that kicks in at a certain point and levels out the lows like many other class-D amps do. The Reidmar amps simply takes maximum advantage of the power at hand and turn into solid, authentic bass tone.
If you are familiar with EBS bass amps you will feel at home with the Reidmar 750. The all together analog preamp features the renowned built-in compressor and a 4-band EQ-section that is really intuitive including the (for EBS) characteristic Bright and Notch filters.
The Reidmar 750 is equipped with a Drive control to add just the right amount of harmonics to make your bass come alive, or if you prefer, make it just as dirty as you like.
Some of the other features include:
- Effects loop (send and return)
- Balanced XLR-out for live and studio use (with pre/post EQ switch and Ground Lift)
- Line out
- Mini-tele input for adding recorded music to play along with.
- Remote Control Connections to add the EBS RM-4 footswitch to control Character (on/off), EQ-section (on/off), Drive (on/off) and Mute.
The amp is equipped with a D-class power amp providing 750 W @ 4 ohms load. Weight is 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs).
The EBS Reidmar 750 is extremely powerful. We recommend using it with a larger 4 ohm cabinet, such as a 410 or even an 810 cabinet, if preferred.
Ps. EBS now offer EBS NeoLine 210, 410 and 212 cabinets in 8 ohm configuration on special order. Any of these cabinets, stand alone or paired together, works well with the EBS Reidmar amps as well. Contact us for more details.
With two amps together, connected through the Effects loop (Send from one to Return on the other), you can drive two big 4 ohm cabinets, getting a separate volume control for each cabinet while using the EQ from the one you plug in the bass to. This makes possible to create a massive 2x 810 dream rig using Reidmar amps.
EBS Reidmar 750
- Input Impedance 1 Mohms / 100 pF
- Gain Range -00 - +30 dB
- Character Filter Shelving, High/Low Pass,
+7 dB @ 40 Hz, -2 dB @ 800 Hz,+3 dB @ 10 kHz
- Tone Controls,
Bass Shelving +/-18 dB @ 60 Hz
Mid Bandpass Filter 100 – 6000 Hz +/- 12-15 dB
Treble Shelving +/-18 dB @ 6 kHz
Bright Shelving +15/-0 dB @ 10 kHz
- Drive min/max 0/34 dB
- Balanced Output -10 dBv, Pre/Post EQ, GND Lift
- Remotes Output Remote Jack RING = Mute / TIP = Drive
Filter Jack RING = Filter Mode / TIP = Character
- Output Power 700 W RMS @ 4 ohms load (350 W RMS @ 8 ohms)
- Dimensions (WxDxH) 15.2 x 10.4 x 3.0” (38.5 x 26.5 x 7.5 cm)
- Weight 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs.)
Demos & Samples
Samples below created by re-amping a dry, unprocessed signal through EBS Reidmar 750, using the amps built-in XLR-output (post EQ) blended with a miked EBS NeoLine 210 cabinet (using a Sennheiser E602 II mic), recorded straight to Logic, with no further processing. Reference files used for the samples at the bottom of the list below.
Artists using the Reidmar 750 on tour
Some of the artists currently using EBS Reidmar 750 as their main touring amp and/or as their fly-dates rig include In Flames, Steve Di Giorgio (Testament), Henrik Sandelin (Avatar), Rubem Farias (Mike Stern etc), Anders Iwers (Dark Tranquillity), Robbie Crane (Black Star Riders), Bjorn Englen (Dio Disciples), Mike D'Antonio (Killswitch Engage).
Bass Player Magazine, Nov 2016
"An excellent addition to the lightweight amp marketplace, the Reidmar delivers EBS signature sound in an affordable and portable package."
Read the whole review here:
Video Review from iGuitar Magazine, UK
EBS REIDMAR 750, FIRST IMPRESSIONS
"Like everything made by Swedish amp, speaker and pedal manufacturer EBS, this amp gives the impression of absolute solidity in every sense of the word. Everything from the feel of the front controls to the look of the power indicator light gives an impression of industrial quality and durability."
Nashville session and touring pro
Bass for TV’s “American Supergroup”
Bass columnist, Premier Guitar Magazine