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Ampeg BA-112
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Ampeg BA-112

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Ampeg belonging to the Bassamp series.

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shukran33 shukran33

«  limit a bit repet »

Published on 02/19/13 at 15:45
for features, visit ampeg, except that it is a 12 'transistor ... I know no more, this is an amp made available room repet

UTILIZATION

config ultra simple, 3 knobs and a selector amp simulation (also blah blah)

the sound quality is not bad ... on the other hand it lacks safe, it not broadcast the masses.

SOUNDS

style for the group, it goes

I tested with a jazz bass mex. the sound quality is correct, after, given the reputation of Ampeg, I expected better, it not break 3 legged duck either

façe not nag a drummer and two guitarists (one transistor amp 60 W and another on 100w lamp, it goes just volume 8 ... blah

OVERALL OPINION

used 4 times in repet is frankly limit for that after work as amp at home it must be correct


anyway to test whether prediction of group use, a priori I would advise not

personal and I would buy it ...
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