There was the choice of this amp or a 10w ibanez for cheaper so i payed more for the wattage.I wasnt expecting a great amp but for 50 of hard earned cash it could of at least been a bit better.Im just so dissapointed that after only bout 6 months i have to blow money on a new amp rather then saving for a bass.Its a ok amp if your learning but its rubbish when playing with mates
Price: $50.00 (new)
Its got all the usual knobs,2 inputs
I use a ibanez GSR-200 with it and have used disto on it once or twice.Its ok at the quiet end of volume giving you the bass but one you reach The upper end it sucks even turning down tone it lags on each note.MY bass suffers beacause of this.I cant jam with it at all as the sound is crap and even a soft hitter on drums cancels you out
It easy as anything not much major about it
Its a solid amp but is heavy and i have kicked and rolled it over
I chose this cos i couldnt afford the peavey
but i wouldnt change anything about it
Model Year: 2004
Where Obtained: Music land
Well worth it for the price, i got it cheaper than normal because of a slight mark on the front (which later turned out to be dust) uk RRP 85.00
nice and loud when you need it to be and has 2 inputs so you can have any other instrument in the same amp, bass, lead guitar, keyboard, mic or what ever you can think of. i use this for jamming, rehearseals ( :^/ )
if your a beginner or a pro i would recommend this to anyone for this price.
Very clean at any volumes
this is very well suitedm for jazz, blues, rock, and just about anything you throw at it
Its extremely easy to adjust the sound just twiddle the knobs and your away!
and because of the 2 inputs you only need to carry around one amp with you, just take some effect pedals with you for distortion etc....
Very sturdy body
can take its far share of hard blows (or doorways)
and can take a few drops and knocks