I hate it
Where Obtained: Friend
Has 2 inputs one for active basses one for passive. a volume knob, 4 eq's - low, low mid, high mid, treble. it has a efects loop (headphones) and a rca plug input.
I play a ibenez btb400 with a digetech bp200 efects procesor. without the effects this amp sounds like crap it has this really iritating buzz every time you play
Price was good, sound seemed nice. favorite aspect of this amp is that i can just plug in and play, and sound great!
Model Year: 2000
Price: $200.00 (new)
Where Obtained: music!
2 inputs, headphone jack, preamp out, poweramp in, tape inputs, low, mid, and high tonal controls.
Seems to be a good amp for begginers, i am a begginer and am learning fast, and it is excellent for all metal songs that i play.
I use a johnson bass, i play metal, blues, celtic folk, classical, and hard rock. amp seems to fit my styles very well.
No, not programmable, doesnt take alot of fiddling to achieve good sound.
Never really played live, but i have never had problems with it in practice. heavy duty!
The moment I saw this amp I wanted it!!! I got it with my bass so I got it I think $40 cheaper!! If it were stolen I would look to find a new one. It would be better if it had built in overdrive or distortion but I don't mind it doesn't have it because it is my first amp. I also would like more watts. My favorite aspect of the amp is the effects loop. My least favorite aspect is the lack of wattage. OVERALL RATING 93/100
Model Year: 1999
Price: $170.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
The amp has 4 knobs a high, medium, low, and of course a volume. It has an effects loop. It is NOT powerful enough for a gig but I have several band practices with it. I think it is a great bass for home practicing.
I use an Ibanez GSR200 bass and a Zoom50611 with it. The music I play is rock and country. Anywhere from AC/DC to Green Day to Shania Twain. I have never played anything else.
Easiest amp ever to use!!!
I think it should be a good HOME PRACTICING amp.
I think I would buy this amp again if it got stolen. I'd be pretty mad, too. It's only a 25w amp, so there's not much power you can get out of it. It be nice if there was a place you could stash the power cord when the gig's over.
Model Year: 2000
Where Obtained: Birthday Present
Two inputs for both active and passive. It's got the Lo,Mid, and Hi EQ, and it has to plug-ins for a CD player or tape deck so you can jam with your favorite CD. When using that feature, the power given to the sound of the CD is lowered so that you can hear yourself playing. It's got an effects loop area so you can plug in whatever effect system you have. It has a head-phone jack, but you need a special adaptor for that.
This is the only amp that I've ever owned and it has pretty good sound compared to others that I've heard. It should really only be used for practice though, because it tends to get drowned out by other amps. There's only so far that you can turn it up before it starts distorting the sound from your bass.
This isn't a programmable amp. It's pretty much your basic practice amp. The only thing you have to do is plug in and play.
This is the only amp I've owned and I've been using it for all the gigs that my band plays. It carries the tones very well, and has never given me any problems before. I played it once for 7 hours straight and no problems. Pretty solid construction too. I know I've banged it around a lot, especially in the trunk of my car out in the middle of winter. It still sounds great though.
A great 25W practice amp.
Where Obtained: Borrowed
Lo, Mid, and Hi EQ, active and passive inputs, headphone jack, RCA input jacks, 10-inch speaker, 25W
Sounds good, and can pump some bass for a little practice amp. I only increase the Hi EQ setting a little. Headphone sound reproduction is great.
You can crank this amp pretty good before you get distortion.
This is a borrowed amp, and has been around for a while. Everything on it works perfectly.
I have a hard time believing anyone has giged this amp, but everything works fine.
I have played it for hours cranked up to 7 or 8.