The WT550 World Tour amplifier offered the perfect combination of features and power to give bass players great tone and volume on stage with its 500W of power and tonal clarity.
The WT550 featured switchable compression, 5-way semi-parametric tone control, enhance control, mono pre & stereo post effects loops & input pad.
Plug your bass in here.
Provides up to 15dB of boost or cut at the frequency selected by the Low Sweep Control.
Provides up to 15dB of boost or cut at the frequency selected by the Mid Sweep Control.
Provides up to 15dB of boost or cut at the frequency selected by the High Sweep Control.
Controls the overall volume of your amplifier.
Controls the frequency at which the Low Level control boosts or cuts the signal. It has a range from 30 - 300Hz.
Controls the frequency at which the High Level control boosts or cuts the signal. It has a range from 1.2kHz - 12kHz.
This traditional shelving tone control provides up to 15dB of boost or cut at 11kHz.
Accepts a standard 1/4 inch stereo or mono headphone plug.
Illuminates when unit is switched on.
Regulates the first gain stage of the preamplifier.
Simultaneously boosts the very low bass, upper mids and highs whilst putting a dip in the lower mid frequencies.
Pull this control out to bypass the auto-compressor.
This traditional shelving tone control provides up to 15dB of boost or cut at 30Hz.
Turn the amplifier on and off using this switch.
Indicates activity of the power amplifier limiting circuit which protects the speaker system from severe distortion.
This light indicates clipping in the EQ circuit.
Controls the frequency at which the Mid Level control boosts or cuts the signal. It has a range from 200 - 2kHz.
This light indicates when the compressor circuit is active.
This light helps you set the appropriate amount of gain.
Plug your supplied power cord into your Eden amplifier using this mains inlet socket.
Connect your unit to a speaker cabinet via a 1/4” Jack cable to this socket.
Connect your unit to a speaker cabinet via a Speakon cable to this socket. (Left or low end of cabinet)
Take your signal to/from your external effect loop or outboard equipment here.
For inputting a stereo auxiliary signal. Mono amplifiers will sum the L & R signals to mono.
Connect to either a mixing desk, front of house system or recording device using a standard XLR cable.
Lift ground from your signal (when required) using this switch.
DI Pad: Pad the signal (reduce the output level) between line level and mic level using this switch.
Take your tuner signal out from this socket.
500 Watts @ 4 Ω
10Hz - 15KHz
1/4" Jack or Speakon
H: 3.5 in / 8.8cm
W: 12 in / 30.4cm
D:12 in / 30.4cm
19 lbs / 8.6kg