Session Bass Combos



General Specs/models   Demos & Samples  Reviews Photos



IMPORTANT! THE SESSION COMBO SERIES MKII is now sold out. Single units may still be available at dealers, as long as they last.

Great tools to play with

No matter if it is a pedal, an amp, or an affordable combo like the EBS Session combos, EBS equipment is made as tools for serious musicians to play with, not toys.

When it comes to the Session combo series, they are excellent tools to help you grow as a bass player. The honest and natural sound reveals the things you need to work on. It also rewards progress as you grow your skills.


The Session combos are equipped with useful features like;
  • pro quality and powerful EQ controls to shape your sound,
  • an input for music to play along to,
  • headphones output for late-night practice, and
  • a great XLR-output that you can easily plug into your recording device or use as DI to front-of-house at the gig.


Choose between three different models depending on your needs. The Session 30 makes perfect for backstage warm-up and practice at home, the Session 60 handles your wedding or church gigs as well, while the Session 120 serve you at most club size gigs.


All three are equipped with the great XLR-output that extends the capability of these combos whenever there’s a proper PA system at hand to gig sizes that they are not originally intended to handle.


PS. The Mark II models are upgraded with new, more powerful (and lighter) speakers as well as front cloths with better airflow that doesn’t muffle the sound.

Not just for bass! The Session combos offer a very competitive alternative for Jazz and Acoustic Guitarists and Harmonica players looking for an amp as well. Unintentionally, it seems that especially the EBS Session 60 turn out to be 'absolutely amazing' for Jazz guitar, as well as harmonica - according to customer feedback!






EBS Session 30 - Mark II

  • Configuration 1x 8"
  • Frequency Response 70 - 5k Hz
  • Power Rating 30 W RMS
  • Height 33 cm / 13"
  • Width 31 cm / 12.2"
  • Depth 24 cm / 9.5"
  • Weight 7,8 kg /17.2 lbs (10% reduction)


Download Manual (pdf)>>

EBS Session 60 - Mark II

  • Configuration 1x 10" + 2"
  • Frequency Response 60 - 18k Hz
  • Power Rating 60 W RMS
  • Height 38 cm / 15"
  • Width 36.5 cm / 14.4"
  • Depth 34 cm / 13.4"
  • Weight 13.4 kg / 29.54 lbs (15% reduction)


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EBS Session 120 - Mark II

  • Configuration 1x 12" + 2"
  • Frequency Response 45 - 18k Hz
  • Power Rating 120 W RMS
  • Height 44 cm / 17.3"
  • Width 43 cm / 16.9"
  • Depth 39.5 cm / 15.6"
  • Weight 19 kg / 41.9 lbs (10% reduction)


Download Manual (pdf)>>

 Demos & Samples 

Session 30:


Session 60:


Session 120:




Review from Bass Guitar Magazine (Session 60)

  By Nick Wells

"A well-built, affordable and versatile bass combo. Highly recommended." - 5 out of 5


Review from Guitarist Magazine, Session 30

By Roger Nevell

"Careful blending between the input volume and the master allows us to achieve various degrees of overdrive for a seriously rich delivery" - 4 out of 5

  Read the whole interview (external link) >>

Review from Guitarist Magazine, Session 60

By Roger Nevell

"It wasn't so long ago that a good-sounding bass amp with a single 10-inch speaker was nothing short of an impossibility, yet here we are." - 4,5 out of 5

  Read the whole interview (external link) >>

Review from Guitarist Magazine, Session 120

By Roger Nevell

"Whether using it at home, in the studio, on small gigs as backline or larger gigs as foldback, this EBS will do the job professionally and with class. A seriously versatile, user-friendly bass combo." - 4 out of 5

  Read the whole interview (external link) >>


Session 120


Session 120


Session 60
Session 60


Session 30
Session 30



New speakers with better efficiency
for improved loudness and bass response (Mark II)

Lighter and smaller (S60 & S120 Mark II)

Available in three different models

Powerful, well thought out EQ

Headphones output, sound source
input for practice to recorded music.

Post EQ XLR-output with ground lift

30, 60 or 120 W RMS output power

60 and 120 models are tilt-back models





"Best Bass Amp 2014"
- Guitar & Bass, UK, Session 120

"Top Guitar's Choice"
- Top Guitar, Session 60

"Guitarist's Choice Award"
- Guitarist, UK, Session 60