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Ashdown ABM 500 RC EVO III Head Black Edition
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Bass Guitar Amp Head from Ashdown belonging to the ABM series.

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  • pat27pat27

    I love it!!

    Ashdown ABM 500 RC EVO III Head Black EditionPublished on 12/15/12 at 03:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    any amplification transistor preamp with a lamp
    connectivity is ultra complete, everything is. tuner output, in di facade with pre / post effects loop, 2 outputs speakon output in hp footswitch (4 channels)

    power 575 W / 4 ohms
    it is neither more nor less than abm 500 evo III rebadgée (klystron 500)
    In any case, these are the same features
    only look different (black + chrome buttons frontage)

    UTILIZATION

    config is simple without being.
    Many setting possibilities
    I'm not here redescribe that have been posted for quite some time by all owners head abm
    I always dream of having one day abm is done.
    some say that the klystron is a tone at the top, at the choice of t…
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    any amplification transistor preamp with a lamp
    connectivity is ultra complete, everything is. tuner output, in di facade with pre / post effects loop, 2 outputs speakon output in hp footswitch (4 channels)

    power 575 W / 4 ohms
    it is neither more nor less than abm 500 evo III rebadgée (klystron 500)
    In any case, these are the same features
    only look different (black + chrome buttons frontage)

    UTILIZATION

    config is simple without being.
    Many setting possibilities
    I'm not here redescribe that have been posted for quite some time by all owners head abm
    I always dream of having one day abm is done.
    some say that the klystron is a tone at the top, at the choice of the components should be open two and compare.
    one thing is sure, plug and ca Actually, I preferred to seek a little fiddle, and get what I wanted

    SOUNDS

    it is ideally suited to the kind of music I make.
    Celtic rock
    eq, the shape, the compressor, and the sub / harmonic are controllable via the footswitch
    the big, heavy, but finesse when needed
    I play it with a brice / 6 string bass, and coupled to a abm 8 * 10 inches!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for the month of July 2012
    I changed the lamp preamp for a gold lion, chrome buttons and very pretty but not graduate ....
    a place I put chickenheads white except valve drive in red!
    seen with the meter, ca has a vintage look that I love.

    I had traces elliot (15 years) markbass from genz benz, kustom groove.
    I traded fame against a full tube.
    recent years I have wanderlust in terms of hardware, but I'll keep

    the ratio q / p is very good, although today the choice of a head amp is more difficult, given the choice of market
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