Bass Guitar Amp Heads reviews
Ashdown Pibass -240 and Mi 12 Speaker Review - π = 240 Watts
Ashdown Engineering's PiBass head is the signature model of Polish bass legend Wojtek Pilichowski. I tested it along with the Mi12, a cabinet featuring a 12" speaker. The two products combine to make a 240-watt stack that costs under $900, and has a total weight of under 42 lbs, so it's not hard to see why Audiofanzine pushed me to do this review.
Fender Bassman Pro 100T Amplifier Head Review - Heavy Weight
Tubes are the El Dorado for all people who think that bass amps were better before. Nostalgics can take their bell-bottoms out of the closet and grow their hair long because all-tube technology is back!
Eden Electronics WTX-500 Amplifier Head and EX110 Speak… - Care For Your Garden
When I was starting out as a bass player I didn't dream about the ideal amp. Of course, I fantasized about bass guitars but I can't remember being excited by a great combo or a bulky stack. For me, amplifiers were only useful tools: you had to plug into one to get a sound. And the most important thing was to have enough output volume, regardless o…
TC Electronic BH500 and BC210 Review - Red Peril in Denmark
Ever since the futuristic RH450 came out (directly from a Georges Lucas film), the viking manufacturer has kept on developing products for bass players.
SWR HeadLite Amplifier Head & Amplite Amplifier Review - Light Headed But Fully Packed
On today's menu, to get rid of the cold and warm up, we have a light but nourishing pair of SWR class-D heads (an amp/preamp combo and a power amplifier).
TC Electronic RebelHead450 review - Rebel Rebel
Well-known for its studio and guitar digital effects, TC Electronic enters the bass market with the RebelHead450, a 450-watt amplifier head with speaker cabinet.