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Nice example of Roland’s classic bass pre-amp/compressor, the SIP-301.
It is in excellent working order and sounds fantastic.
See below for features and here for more info, and Youtube demo below (with thanks to the uploader).
High and Low Gain Inputs
Vintage Dual-Optical Compressor Circuit for Smooth Compression
Foot Switch Compression Bypass
High-Impedance, 20K ohm, Rear-Panel Effects Loop, Pre-Equalizer
Low-Impedance, 800 ohm, Front-Panel Effects Loop, Post-Equalizer
Three-Band Equalizer with Selectable Frequencies
Low Band Frequencies: 35 Hz/45 Hz
Middle Band Frequencies: 250 Hz/500 kHz
High Band Frequencies: 4 kHz/6 kHz
Low-Cut Filter Switch, 60 Hz
High-Cut Filter Switch, 6 kHz
Unbalanced Output Volume and Master Volume Control
Front Panel Balanced, XLR Output
Front and Rear Panel Unbalanced Output
Built-in Crossover Network for Bi-amp Applications
Dimensions: 482 (W) x 92 (H) x 247 (D) mm
Power Consumption: 9 watts
Weight: 4.0 kg
This is a UK 240v mains-powered model and will require a step-up transformer for operation in countries with 110-117v mains supplies. The plug will be removed prior to shipping to countries with 240v mains supplies, unless otherwise requested.

See photos further down the listing to assess condition – overall it is very good: there are some scratches to the top of the unit and minor marks on the front panel.

There are no known operational faults with this unit.

(Please note: it is always possible with vintage equipment that some crackly pots/sliders may develop over time when equipment has not been used – even during a short delivery period – this can usually be easily rectified either by use or with a bit of switch-cleaning spray).




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