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Selmer 'n' Bass 50 watts Mark III
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alzin4275 alzin4275
Publié le 06/04/08 à 09:37
HEAD 3x ECC83 tube amp 2x EL 34 +, Adjustable Bias
50w REAL CONTINUOUS about 250/300w
equivalent to a transistors, very large output transformer +
Big power transformer 110, 220 and
Indispensable 240Volt especially in France
recent years.
1 guitar input, clear sound (great jazz, electroacoustic) with Volume + acute + grave
Enter a bass, clear sound with keyboard + Volume + acute severe mixable with the guitar input
16 Ohm output HP (True type Hp Pro JBL Altec Electro-Voice) by 46 cm
and "" "" "7.5ohm for 2 x 38 (16ohms / /)
or 1 x 38 cm 300W RMS MINI Special low yield with> a 100db
or 4 x 25 cm (2 in series + / /)
No power loss after 1 hour!
ideal for low blues, jazz super hp
Classic Jacks 6.35mm connectors
Used (among others) / stage with Gene Vincent (be a bap Lulla) 1967
recently seen / scene to show us tv 2008 with David Leatherman
+ Many powerful than the vox AC 30 (22/30w) (2x Jbl hp)
Mesa Boogie Caliber or ditto (large electro voice)
or even better than fender (5 L 6) bassman
Recently seen for sale only between 975 and head after finishing 2300th (or faux crocodile)
dr can precede the entry by distortion ect ..
over there in large + the beast Ampeg all tube (but the price, weight!
A reliable and universabilité rare.

UTILIZATION

The simple +
clear the sound is very good +
no manual

SOUNDS

Style ok
bass, Hofner violin bass Ibanez Les Paul, Epiphone Rivoli, Gison EB2, Fender coronado2, ibanez edb active (and other forgotten!)
effect being octaver edb
big soul sound, ample jazz, and sometimes hard varieties with ibanez
6cord guitar. Full body epiphone jazz

OVERALL OPINION

Used from 70 to 75 then 91 was 2004 (recovery stage without 000personnes to 10)
+ with recovery
Indestructible (I changed the lights a few times!)
I had among other rolland cube bass, Galen Kruger, bassman, (torque 2 days)
ada pro, and other forgotten!
One of the best performance / price, NEVER Failure
I sold all the others but I kept this SELMER
is to say that I repurchase the same
+ 1 cube (such rolland) for benefits in small clubs
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