precursor of b2r then the b2re this head while transistor Rack delivers 350w or 200w depending on your speaker-impedance as b2r 350h models, the plugs and pots: left to right settings; a pushbutton -15db, gain, bass, ultra mid, treble, master, a pushbutton limit, a push button to turn on the 9-band EQ, EQ bands 9 and the Power button head .dropoff window Always back from left to right: taking the Allim ', 2 speaker outputs although one is blocked, power amp in, preamp out, effects loop (send and return) two switches -20 / 0dB and post / pre and finally BAL.out output XLR. short: everything is that is could not be more complete: 8/10, two points less for a reason that I explain later
the config is as intuitive as complete, that is the standard Ampeg who made their reputation: 10/10, power level it can be too just as the cabinet, allow the use 350w version 200 is really too just to the concert / repeated.
the sound that is easy, it's the spitting image Ampeg love or hate it. it's round, shiny, beautiful .it the sound of bands I listen to metal rock and roll, especially punk "clean", whether accurate or jazz in its bse 4x10 200w 8ohm sound is awesome the only negative I can give is that the gain knob does not go to the overdrive for a slight (or larger) saturation pedal is needed, that's why I put 8
bought € 250 with included rack on a large sale on the internet auction site, a case, either guitar or bass I swear by the transistor and in that category, it's just the ba must for any which is rock. I put 8 on the overall score, -1 for the gain knob that I quoted above, and -1 for the rack format I do not like (AC heats up and it is more difficult to repair) has Basically it is a 350h as I looked, I stumbled on this case gold and I do not regret it, it's a bomb. and finally to the well pencer use 350w as said above if too low power to concerts / rehearsals.