Nux Mighty Bass 50W with Bluetooth and Looper


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Nux Mighty Bass 50BT 50 Watt Bass Amplifier with Effects

The Mighty Bass 50BT is a versatile and portable bass guitar amplifier and yet a complete powerhouse. It features a 50 watt Class D power amp through a 16.5 cm / 61⁄2” speaker. It is perfect for bass players needing to practice at home at low volumes or through the headphone output. It can also be used for gigs at small venues using its DI Out.

The Mighty Bass 50BT boasts great sounding amp models and a wide array of effects that every bass player needs in their arsenal. The amp is also compatible with Impulse Responses giving you more options for your Cab sound. 

The amplifier also comes with a drum machine and the ability to record a 60-second phrase loop which can both be engaged using the Nux NMP2 Footswitch pedal. Get to practice your chops even when your bandmates are not around.


Brand: Nux

Model: Mighty Bass 50BT

Speaker: 16.5 cm / 61⁄2”  speaker

RMS Output: 50 Watts

Input: 6.5 mm / 1⁄4” jack input

Headphone Out: 3.5 mm / 1⁄8” 

Aux Input: 3.5 mm / 1⁄8”

EQ Controls: Bass, Mid, Mid Frequency, Treble

Additional Features: Gate. Effects, Amp Models, IR compatibility, Modulation, Reverb, Drum Machin, Loop

Compatible Footswitch: Nux NMP2

USB Functions: Recording Interface. Software Updates, and Editing Software

Bluetooth Functionality: Yes, for audio playback or streaming

Power Supply: 28v 4A DC Centre Negative (Included)

Dimensions: 30 cm x 22.5 cm x 32.6 cm / 1113⁄16” x 87⁄8” x 1213⁄16” 

Weight: 7.2 Kg / 15lbs and 13.9 oz/

Additional Information

Weight 5.0 kg


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