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Ashdown EB 15-180 Combo
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grandfred grandfred
Publié le 11/13/08 à 14:40
Type transistor amplifier
with a power of 110 watts into 8 ohms (thus original configuration)
or 180 into 4 ohms, for example adding a 4/10 or 2/10

connectivity is very complete

2 among high and low instrument
1 send 1 return (for external or multi purpose)
1 tuner out (for tuner)
1 out DI (super convenient to be taken over by a PA)
2 released hp (one pat Adi used the original 15 hp)
5 band EQ
a knob (input) to gain another (ouput) to master

mine is a version with a light meter needle and no it is not a Thomann Edition (gray)
it is a true version of Electric Blue

So here, with this kind of connection is really getting into the court of the great
what face anything without complex
it is nothing less than an amp head (dshabill) placed in a combo

USE

Super simple setup
even a beginner is doing without difficultbr /> for qualisation just put all of twelve o'clock and then it all just cool
on 5 bands
until get his desire, there is no easier than has

manual ... no comment

SONORITS

Well .. I would say it should virtually every music style
it really is super versatile
I use it with an Ibanez SR Series classic Fender Jazz Bass 70
a Godin SD4
amp complies with the sound color of each instrument
(As long as not abused the qual)

as I said Adi for sounds, we just pretty much get clean slamming
passing through sonorits funki jazz and ending with the very heavy fat
be good even when not too pushed either it's not a stack
but it is rather good job for a combo config

I never tried it plus give it a difficult 4/10 given notice
in stack configuration and therefore 180 watt

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 1 year
in reality I use 2 because I discovered this amp in rpet room that I use with the group
and frankly, malgres my assumptions that my amp configuration surprised by his behavior
Original
it really yours with the route I ever need to put it in the red
even when the beater is racing too
and when I saw the era has taken 350 Euros I very quickly realized that I would be better in the range
300/500 Euros
I must admit that for better, I would have had to increase my budget by at least 2
and again ...

I think if you have a limited budget to start, do not hsiter especially because its 110 watt home
are very more than enough to go anywhere
whether at home or in rpet scnique fat provision has its DI
again we just do evolve with the addition of HP
so a good quality small investment compared taken unbeatable for now

I t is the accuracy of all marks given depending on the range taken
because it is a lot better but most expensive
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