Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head

Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head

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MAG 300H EVO II Head, Bass Guitar Amp Head from Ashdown in the MAG EVO II series.

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Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ashdown
  • Model: MAG 300H EVO II Head
  • Series: MAG EVO II
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 08/22/2008

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Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head user reviews

Average Score:3.6( 3.6/5 based on 5 reviews )
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komenor62's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head
307 W transistor


config pretty simple, we get a good sound easy

but unfortunately after three months loss of his then nothing


Yamaha rbx 760 A 2
4 * 10 Ashdown
good sound
I play melodic metal


I brought the first time when the first loss of sound were felt. I then put out the sound came back on again
so the first time for service they have not seen anything saying he was working well
I thought it was poorly regulated months the sound but I was very careful never to go into the clip

and there's more of it all lights up the needle moves but no sound at all I try jack / cable HP / my bass test
nothing more nothing

So it will pass again for service with a small gueulante
it is still under warranty
therefore lifetime 3/4 months

^^ I'm may be dropped on the wrong series
but then if it again sorry that it would not

PzD's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A great value, but limited"

Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head
Transistor amplifier, 307W x 2 or under 4Ohms 8Ohm (parallel outputs).
- Input for low active and passive
- Input meter vintage
- 4 band parametric EQ (bass / low mid / mid / treble),
- Compressor with detachable knob
- Octaver with detachable knob
- Buttons "bright boost" and "deep boost"
- DI output,
- Line-out / tuner,
- Input and output for effects loop
- Weight: 12.8 kg

(Version 2008 of carpet. The 2011 version is covered with vinyl)


Whatever the bass used, there is always a good sound quickly, and you know adjust an amp, there is nothing to be ashamed to face much more expensive amp transistors.

I read the manual after 2 years of use, and I have learned nothing more :)


The amp is versatile, can be got out of the brutal death as jazz or pop without forcing. "Good overall, but excels nowhere".

Long used with a head LTD B-204, then with Ibanez BTB470 and 705DX. Used once with a low no-name has less than 100 EUR. Served as the only bass amp in a small festival. Everyone who has played on this amp have been satisfied, and even positively surprised!

Combined with an Ibanez PD-7 for "dirty" sound. It's not worth a real tube, but that's the case. Branch before the preamp effects loop or after the desired sound.

The buttons bass boost / treble boost, sculpt the sound rather violently, you should know what you do when they are used.

The EQ is effective, but the output is post-EQ DI, I quickly moved my way. Yet it is intuitive and effective ... damage.

The compressor is useful, but do not set it too high.

The gadget is completely Octaver:
- Without foot control, difficult to use.
- It takes the lower octave of the note ... it would have been wiser to do the opposite, to actually enjoy the entire range of the bass ...


Used since November 2008 with the MAG115 and MAG410 of the same brand, it helps me more than occasionally following the acquisition of a head-Traynor YBA200 II.

This is my first amp, I started on the old Laney of a friend, and I had to 300W 100W lamps to calm the two guitarists.

It can satisfy the beginner (easy, not too expensive) to semi-pro (a requirement to know the address). It grows naturally mediums, and offers everything a bassist needs, with the exception of two things:
- An input aux-in (for connecting an MP3)
- One headphone

It's still a great value for its price. an unavoidable choice.
Little 1609/18/2011

Little 16's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Best of all!?"

Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head
So tube amp, 307 W RMS. It is of course transistor. We can go out jack to connect their HP. course is planned DI output ... Very convenient for the studio or on stage to be transplanted!
Settings: Equa comprehensive: Bass / Middle (with high and low mids !!!)/ trebble.
a compressor (I'll come back ...)
a sub harmonics: an unnecessary, so one octave, but really blah, blah ...

Gain entry, one output ...
a bright or deep deep bass.
This head is full and can connect two 8 ohm speakers in!


SETTING?? Simply connect, turn up the gain, volume .. And after setting the equation!
Manuel? What manual?
For sound: you have one you want if you dig a little ... In fact what I like with this amp is that you can sculpt the sound you want! According to low (active / passive ... 4 / 5 string ...) I change constantly low. Well changing 2 / 3 parameters, it sounds like I want every time!
What happiness!


Yes it suits my style: Versatile + + +
We are going well round / heat or the lens to Dub, etc ... It accepts all my bass without flinching! I like the sounds:
- To the modern one jazz bass, the middle at 11 h / 10 h to medium high / low midrange 14h / bass: 15 pm to 14/15 pm trebble I admit that the sound is warm, clean ... When I plug my P bass, then I put the level of media at 14 pm! and there I own one, but both "vintage"!
KL'avantage with this head is that you can have the sound you want, and above it adapts to any situation / low ... To you is what you want!


I've had about a year. I had stuff, Ampeg, Trace, Fender, Roland, ... But then I admit I found a stack of crazy!
connected to 1x15 "and two times 10 is a killer! And if I hear myself one day, it's time I ask the sound engineer to Get Connected Live!
In fact its power is sufficient for average scenes ... When it comes to power 307 w may seem low. Personal enough for me! Sortr not worth the big guns!
Q / P: unbeatable! Having had lots of amps, is the only one I do not intend to part for now!
If you like hot, pubs, rock sounds and footwear ... go for it!

VvSurLeRiddim's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ashdown MAG 300H EVO II Head
Transistor Amplifier Head, 300 Watts at 4 ohms.

EQ 5-band EQ presets (bright and deep) compressor and effect "sub-harmonics.
Jack 2 inputs (active and passive), DI output (XLR) output line (Jack), effects loop (Jack), Jack and 2 outputs for speakers.

Gain control input (with Vu meter needle) and separate output volume.


The use is obvious, no need for a manual.

Readily obtained a good sound without problem.


I think it's pretty versatile, the sound is clear and soft, lightly colored but not too ... I think it sounds great.
The EQ is effective, the compressor a bit less (only one knob and it is unclear what it acts ... probably the treshold?), When in fact the "sub-harmonics" it is useless.

I use it with two cabinets Ashdown MAG range: a 4 * 10 "and 15". Each is 8-ohm, it is both a balanced and in 4 ohm, so it nikel.


I use it for a little over 6 months.

Before that I tried heads Hartke, Ampeg and low-end combos.
I think it sounds better than the Hartke I had the opportunity to try, compared to Ampeg, it's less colorful but more versatile I guess.

+ I like the particularity: the bran, the meter (practice)

the -: EQ presets and "sub harmonics" unnecessary compressor not terrible (at the same time it's not why I bought it).

Value for money: excellent!

With experience, this budget I would do this choice, yes, a thousand times yes.

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