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Tech 21 SansAmp RBI
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Tech 21 SansAmp RBI

Bass Amp Simulator from Tech 21 belonging to the SansAmp series.

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«  Simple & Effective »

Publié le 04/15/11 à 01:54
Not much to say, everything is there: http://www.tech21nyc.com/products/images/illustrations/rbi_f_b.gif

For lovers of tuning, go your way, is sober and tasteful!

UTILIZATION

The front panel explicit enough to not have to read the documentation.

It's not an electronic toy: no banks, no memory, no programmable machine. IT could not be simpler.

Attention, this rack is not deep. One should not want to unplug and plug in the back panel at every turn .... especially if we do the mistake to stack it between to deep modules (unless you have small hands)

SOUND QUALITY

It does not lace! Amateur big bass sound option tiller: the RBI is for you.

I rediscovered my Ricken once connected on it!
I'm rarely play smotth bass .... maybe that AC can also do it for this use.

OVERALL OPINION

After years of use, I still can not do without (and I do not want for that matter).

People who still have some hearing ability at the end of concerts seem to appreciate the sound of the bass. The sound engineers have never yelled when they directly record the OUT&nbsp;XLR.

The only problem is the price, a little expensive for not much better (or not) that the pedal&nbsp;model. I wanted something that does stays on the ground, and I'm not the kind of having 32 324 ounds&nbsp;presets&nbsp;&nbsp;to play the same song.
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