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Model Year: 2007
Price: $250.00 (new)
Low mid high vintage modean loop return headphone jack cd input jack
I dont like the low-mid tone on this amp but the highs are very clear. i would love to replace it with a fender rumble because the tone is sooo clean, precise, and very punchy without even tryin to adjust the controls on it.
Price: $350.00 (new)
Where Obtained: ashland music store in WI
It is BASICally a starter bass amp. used for personal use for practice. i dont recommend it for concerts. it is solid state. i dont like it bc it doesnt have a punchy tone to it like Fender or Harkt. it has low mid mid high and high. simple controls. it has some power to it. 75W. not too bad
I use an XB120 left-handed Washburn. i play jazz, slap, and rock, and it does not do good with jazz. if you set it to a low tone, it doesnt have a clean, punchy, precise tone to it. i think im a pretty picky person about tone and this is not an amp for me. if it had a nice punchy tone like fender or Hartk, it would be a great amp. the high, treble is great. slap bass is awesome with this amp.
This amp is extremely simple to handle. i could set the controls with my eyes closed! it takes ALOT of fiddling to get a good tone. impossible to get a good punchy, clean tone but its pretty good for 75 RMS handling.
THIS AMP HAS BEEN THROUGH HELL AND BACK!! i do not have to worry about the durability of this amp. the only prob i had with this is that i had to replace the impute jack. thats all. the construction is very durable, steel grill. very compact.
This is a good amp for jamming and small gigs. I have never had any problems out of it and in jams with five people it never gets drowned out.
Model Year: 2003
Price: $290.00 (new)
Where Obtained: American Musical Supply
As amps go this is realy average on features. It has the regular EQ with Low, Mid Low, Mid High, and High. I do however like the Bright/Normal toggle button, it adds a little more to the low end when on.
The sound from this amp is really great, it can deliver awesome lows as well as a good range of treble. I have never had this amp seem like it couldn't handle anything.
Plug in and play. Might want to adjust the EQ a little though.
The shell of this thing is tough. I have carried this thing all over and it doesn't even have a ding in it. This should last anyone one a while.
A great small amp for practice and for small indoor/open outdoor settings.
I compared this amp before I purchased it with a Fender of about the same size- and found it much more portable and had nicer low end tones- some cleaning up/strengthening of the high tones will make this amp excellent
Model Year: 2000
Price: $259.00 (new)
Where Obtained: STANROY MUSIC, SANTA ROSA, CA
INPUT-Gain Control with passive/active-bright/normal switches,EQ-low,low/mid,high/mid,high, FX loop,MASTER VOLUME with headphone jack, External Speaker Jack on back of amp
Good clean low end at any volume, a bass played on the high end will tend to sound guitar like.good for rock and blues - high ends when playing jazz using my Fender P Bass tend to blend in with the guitar and piano- have used a Peavey bass through this amp-still blended but there was a little more bass presence yet it sounded low end guitar like
A very simple amp-i rarely set the high eq above 1
Have used this amp for practice, small setting indoor gigs and open outdoor gigs- many people have mentioned I get good clean low end tones when I use this amp instead of the church's Fender
For a beginners amp it has lasted me a long time and it still kis ass!
Model Year: 1997
Where Obtained: a fellow bassist/friend
Im just writing this to tell you that i have a pretty damn reliable little amp that can keep up with two giutar half stacks,a 15inch keyboard amp and drums!despite tha fact its been through three owners and is about6 or 7 years old.it still sounds nice and clean and the speakers have yet to be replaced.
For its size it sounds nice.has some descent tonal functions vut nothing too amazing.
Its pretty easy to figure out plug in and play!
I have used it to play live and i sounded fine with all the other instruments in my band.very sturdy and durable.
Great bass for a beginner, ok bass for more advanced players, but this is not the ultimate bass.
If you find it cheap, don`t think twice and buy it.
Price: $400.00 (new)
Is not very complete, if you are an experienced musician this is not for you. However advanced players who wants an amp easy too use, the basic 112 is an ok choice.
My bass is a Jackson C4P, and it sounds really nice.
The pre-amp is very useful for a very basic type of distortion, but nothing more.
I play mostly metal, but i also play blues, etc, and it sounds ok.
It very easy to use, if you are looking for a medium amp and you are a beginner, this amp will do the job.
You can jam and play gigs with it, without having problems.
I never had problems with it.
Its great for jam and small/medium gigs.
Too big for a practice amp that you need to take with you. Too small for a good gig.Im definately going to upgrade. I would reccomend it for a begginer however.
Price: $280.00 (new)
Where Obtained: The Music Machine
A solid state combo amp with four EQ nobs(low ,lowmid,highmid and high.The amp is barely powerful enough to jam with friends.I t does have an effects loop.
It distorts at high volumes, but handles the high(freqs) preety well.I use just a P bass with passive pickups.
Very easy to use due to lack of options
It seems preety sturdy. It wasnt to heavy to take to practice.I wouldnt trust it for long at high volumes.