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Ingmar Ingmar
Published on 04/04/04 at 17:35
All techniques are on dtails www.bass.se. Quickly is a powerful head up 600W into 2 Ohms, broken down by 8cm silent thermorgul compressor rglages bright, bass, lo, mid, mid freq, treble, high, drive circuit 12AX7, character. Tuner and line outputs, effects loop, Speakon, 11kg I think. Comes with ear plugs.

UTILIZATION

There are lots of buttons, but rglages easy and it sounds dj with any dish.

SOUNDS

The prampli trs is versatile, all rose from Manir excellent: from the crystalline sounds of Marcus Miller (that's what he uses), to reggae (yes), slap the fool Mark King sauce, hard metal, jazz with double bass. In gnral it love at first sight when we try!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a little over a year. I went through the SWR (Bass350 GoliathIII +) of the Trace Elliot, Ampeg's and so on. For me it has no competitor, even with its price a bit lev. Coupled to EBS410 is a stack of rve! If all could make less per 30kg against ;-)
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