TC Electronic RH750 750-Watt Compact Bass Head

750w Bass Amp Head with Onboard Tuner, Compressor, and Recording out
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Small, Massively Powerful, and Superb-Sounding Bass Head

If you're a bass player requiring serious onstage volume, then you've undoubtedly noticed the recent trend toward small, high-powered bass amps. TC Electronic has been at the forefront of this movement, and has added a new bass head to its compact bass amp family: the RH750. Boasting a beefy 750 watts, impressive tonal capabilities, and TC's acclaimed Bass Amp 2.0 feature set, this little brute is ready for serious action. The RH750 sports a built-in chromatic tuner, three user presets, and amazing tone-shaping abilities along with bone-crunching power and astonishing tone.

With the RH750, you benefit from a number of TC's technical breakthroughs. The innovative TweeterTone knob gives you intelligent HF control that can take RH750 from warm vintage tones to crisp and modern bass sounds - or anything in between. SpectraComp compresses your bass on a per-string basis, giving you even compression across all the strings. TubeTone serves up uncannily realistic tube preamp and power amp sound. And speaking of preamps, the RH750 is fitted with the same preamp as Blacksmith - TC's premiere bass amp. On top of all this tonal mojo, you get a flexible 4-band tone control section. It all adds up to a world-class set of tone shaping capabilities.

The RH 750 has two features in particular that will make your life easier. Three onboard presets allow you to store your favorite tones, customized for different basses or musical styles, while the built-in chromatic bass tuner makes maintaining perfect pitch onstage a simple matter. The tuner always displays the tuning state of your bass, and it's effortless to tune up surreptitiously between songs by hitting the mute button. You'll appreciate that speaker and DI outputs are muted automatically while tuning!

This is an astounding bass amp. The TC Electronic RH750 gives you awe-inspiring power, insane tonal tweakability, and a feature set designed to keep your focus where it belongs - on playing music!

TC Electronic RH750 bass amp head Features at a Glance:
  • Flexible tone controls
  • Onboard user memories
  • TubeTone, SpectraComp, and TweeterTone technologies
  • Built-in bass tuner
  • Transformer balanced studio-grade line driver output
  • AES/EBU digital recording out
Plug your bass into the TC Electronic RH750 and be astounded!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 750W
Compression Yes
EQ 4-band (Semi-parametric)
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x Speaker, 1 x AES/EBU, 1 x DI
Effects Loop Yes
Height 10.8"
Width 11.4"
Depth 2.6"
Weight 8.8 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 990010011

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 13 reviews
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5/5

My goto Class D Head

I stacked the Mesa D800, Markbass Little Mark III and the RH750 and compared power, tonality and features. I'd like to say it was close. But, to be honest I knew within 20-30 minutes the RH750 head was for me. Full disclosure, I was using two TCE RS112 cabinets. The RH750 seems to be more powerful than the Mesa and snappier than the Markbass or the Mesa. There may be a bit more coloring to the sound than the other two. But, color me happy. The onboard compressor and tube drive are a nice bonus as well. I also enjoy being able to adjust the EQ centers. I've been using this for nearly two years with no issues. I gig about 50 times per year along with 50 rehearsals per year. Reliable, Nice steel case with convenient handle. If it blew tomorrow..... I would definitely buy another one.
Music background: Gigging Bass Player
5/5

T.C. Electronics RH750 Bass Head

Everything you need and nothing you dont. Small footprint. Ultra Quiet D.I., built in compression, built in grit(simulated distortion), built in tuner. 3 storable settings, plenty of power. Great sound. Took a chance buying this without hearing. Glad i did. It really is a full package bass head. Paired it with 2 RS212 cabs. Pushes the 4 twelves with ease.completly satisfied. Little expensive, but oh so worth it.
5/5

It is everything it is hyped to be!!!

I am a touring musicians performing about 150 shows per year. I play both four and five string electric bass as well the upright double bass. I have accumulated many combinations of bass amp heads and speaker cabinets over the years. Two years ago I settled in on a Mesa Boogie M9 Carbine head and one or two Mesa 2 x 12" cabinets for electric bass and a Markbass 2 x 10" tiltback for upright. I recently played a show with several other bands where we shared backline and I played through a RH750 amp with two TC Electronic speaker cabinets and was really impressed with the sound. I am getting up there in age and as much as I love the Mesa stuff It was a bear to pack around plus the DI was sometimes to noisy. I bit the bullet and stepped up for the RH750 head, a TC 2 x 12" and 2 x 10" vertical speakers cabinets. It took me a couple of shows to get it dialed in on electric bass and few more to get the upright dialed but now I am totally sold and it does everything I ask. I have also had several sound techs tell me how much they like the DI signal from the unit. I highly recommend this setup.
Music background: Professional bassist
5/5

Update from Previous Review

After gigging with it for more than two months now, I need to make a correction about one of my previous reviews regarding the line out. TC Electronic is right when they say it's comparable to most common DI's out there. Initially I had stated it was somewhat noisy, but just as a disclaimer I'm not using the same bass now that I was using when I initially bought the head. My older bass was a cheaper model. I now play a more professional model. The line out is just as good if not better than other line outs from other bass amps. It's clear and accurate. I use it on Pre when in the studio. Works very well. My bass sounds like my bass. No one should have any problems with it. A Radial JDI does sound better though ;)
5/5

Had to Write a Second Review

I like this head so much I had to do a second review. Let me just add that the headphone out really comes in handy when I need to practice in quiet setting or when I need to warm up without coming through the cabinet. And having a tuner on board is incredibly convenient. You just mute and tune. It tracks every note. I use a speakon cable with my head and cab, but it's also a combo jack that accepts a 1/4" speaker cable. My one and only dislike about this head is the line driver out. It's a common problem among most bass heads. Most direct outputs just aren't that good, and this one doesn't sound that great. It has a pre/post switch which is cool. Pre is noisy and post sounds better, but no good sound man is gonna want you using post and making adjustments during a show that are gonna affect the main mix. I did a 2-channel comparison with this head into a Mackie mixer where one channel was the line driver out, and the other was my bass through a DI. Both channels with flat EQ. The DI sounded much better than the line out. Most sound guys prefer to use DI for bass anyway b/c you never know what you're going to get from a line out. Now, in the interest of full disclosure I used a Radial JDI which is a high-quality direct box. Anything you plug into it is going to sound good. But I also tried it with a Radial Pro DI and it still sounded better than the line out. Overall this is a quality head. Good sound, great features, and portable. What more could you ask for? Don't be afraid of the price. It's worth it.
Music background: I Sill Love the Bass
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