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Markbass SA450
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Markbass SA450

Bass Guitar Amp Head de la marque Markbass

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Markbass SA450Published on 10/27/05 at 02:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amp with the famous VLE (tube emulation)
300W into 8 ohms
500 W into 4 ohms
Speakon jack etc.
setting see the website

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
easy to find her huge and round hot enough. but with the traveler 410, you can do whatever we want at his
A manual? not necessary, just turn the knobs and open ears

SOUNDS

It is suitable for any type of music has provided you have a good bass and finger
in general the sound is round and warm, well defined with a big potato does not color the sound of the bass as an ampeg
I use a fender american deluxe precision 5 string
I play rock, reagge, funk

OVERALL OPINION

This amp with traveler410 was a surprise...…
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Transistor amp with the famous VLE (tube emulation)
300W into 8 ohms
500 W into 4 ohms
Speakon jack etc.
setting see the website

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use
easy to find her huge and round hot enough. but with the traveler 410, you can do whatever we want at his
A manual? not necessary, just turn the knobs and open ears

SOUNDS

It is suitable for any type of music has provided you have a good bass and finger
in general the sound is round and warm, well defined with a big potato does not color the sound of the bass as an ampeg
I use a fender american deluxe precision 5 string
I play rock, reagge, funk

OVERALL OPINION

This amp with traveler410 was a surprise because I had gone to buy a b2re with a svt 410 classic. coming soon to the ampeg limiter using the slap if, and I think it is insufficient infrabass with a potato medium (ca is not a good svt3pro who was off-budget) and the sound was too typical meduim.
before I had a black Basiq swr is a great amp but too limited in power to the rock, so I tried the 350 x 410 and WorkingPro in the SWR at the result: 10 seconds I pass the mark bass and therefore a good slap. very dessevant swr.
So for 1500-1700 euros markbass in 2 body is a great investment and it's all over leger.
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  • Manufacturer: Markbass
  • Model: SA450
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 08/09/2005

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