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Ashdown MAG C210T-300 Combo
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Ashdown MAG C210T-300 Combo

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Ashdown belonging to the MAG series.

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ecureuil069 ecureuil069
Published on 12/13/05 at 03:27
Transistor amplifier of 307W rms.
in facade
Active or passive-entry
-in/out deep (bass)
-in/out bright (treble)
-in/out qualiseur
DI-Out
-Level sub-harmonics
-Send and return effects
-Outline (or tuner output)

At the back
2 output jack speakers output (4ohm)

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, the sound is very easily obtained.
Had never looked at the manual I can not tell if it is clear but I think that there is no need for such manual amp.

SOUNDS

It is ideally suited to my style, pop rock, electro, trip hop, .... (No metal or hard)
The sound is warm, well rounded, deep .... you can have a multitude of sounds DIFFERENT thanks all these settings.

OVERALL OPINION

- 2 years
He made weight the guy .... but the two are very solid latrales grips (like the rest)
"I love the 2 x 10-inch tweeter, very flexible!
750-Purchased in late 2003 and I would do without this choice problem
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