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Auralex Gramma v2 Amp and Monitor Isolation Riser

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Gramma v2 Amp and Monitor Isolation Riser

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The GRAMMA v2 (Gig and Recording, Amp and Monitor, Modulation Attenuator) is an incredibly effective patented device that's used to float an amp or loudspeaker. This highly effective isolation platform features an Ozite covering over an inert structural layer that floats on a 1" pad of acclaimed Auralex Platfoam. This carefully engineered studio and live performance solution allows the true sound of your amp or loudspeaker to come through by negating resonance artifacts that can muddy up the tone of your amp.

GRAMMA yields nearly total acoustic isolation, resulting in a purity of tone that has to be heard to be believed!

• A tighter, more focused low-end

• Hear the true sound of your amp, loudspeaker or subwoofer

• Instantly improve your sound on-stage or in the studio

• Dimensions (LxWxH): 23 x 15 x 1.75 inches (58.42 x 38.1 x 4.45 cm)

• Weight Limit: 300 lbs (136 kg)

V2 Enhancements:

• Lower profile for increased stability

• Even better mid- and low-frequency definition

• New easy-grab handle


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I've been using the Gramma pad for quite a while now under my various bass cabs and have found it to be astonishingly useful at doing exactly what it claims to do providing a more focused, reduced resonance sound when the stage is interfering. It's absolutely essential for me when playing on risers (festivals, conferences) or hollow, wooden stages (schools, church halls, Legions). You pretty much have to try it in one of these situations to get a real feel for its value, but it's about the best hundred bucks I've spent in a long while. Downside? Well, it's one more thing to carry to a gig (rats), and the foam on the bottom needs some care to keep it from getting beat up/tearing. Minor stuff though. Very, very valuable for a bassist.
Posted by Mike Lee on Apr 27, 2023
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