Fender M-80 Bass user reviews
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- I also have this amp and I love the sound. I play a Fender Jazz Bass 4 string (passive) and 5-string Ibanez GSR 205 (active). In both cases the amplifier gives the best of himself .
on the other hand I have an outlet to plug in the back two speakers aditional, what HP I can use?
- I use it almost every weekend and still available for a fee of 4 hours of repeated afilée!
- Fender rumble of a good
- Overall Opinion
- I put 9 / 10 because of its weight, which sometimes weighs on the arms, especially when one has to climb two floors to go and repeat!
This is otherwise satisfied overall.
- Rf: FENDER M-80 BASS
Weight: 30 Kg
Power: 160w @ 4ohm / 100w @ 8ohm, Transistor
EQ: Treble, Mid, Bass
Loudspeaker: 1 / 15
Other: Compressor, Limiter Delta Comb, Chorus
- Jaime rglages the simplicity of: volume, treble, mid, bass, chorus "On / Off" (SETTING THE spleen and depht) and compressor, all with an effective limiter.
The amp has 2 Input, active and passive quune and input and output for loop deffets.
The rear panel has multiple inputs and outputs Jacks: 2 for speakers (which is connected to an internal baffle quil well be possible to dvier).
- I had the opportunity to play DIFFERENT styles of music with the amp, including metal, he assured every time.
I have a PEAVEY jou Pallaedium 4 String Passive and Active 5 String WARWICK. So two low trs Different. The amp has irrprochable t in both cases.
The sound is the bass uses Fidler (Transistor) with a soft purr (Fender)
The chorus is really the point.
It is rare to see bass amp with Chorus today
- Overall Opinion
- With him I learned to play. The Premire RPTES the first concerts. So, yes I will repeat if c'tait the same. Fender was to have them stop and for the price it is unbeatable.