Behringer Ultrabass BX1200
Behringer Ultrabass BX1200

Ultrabass BX1200, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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¤-_peanut_-¤ 02/02/2004

Behringer Ultrabass BX1200 : ¤-_peanut_-¤'s user review


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It's a transistor amp (for after all I know), he displayed a power of a full 120W.Il making everything everywhere is quite convenient, it has two pairs of RCA jacks: a for output (like to record a demo) and one for the entrance (you can put such a Discman played for playback on a cake: p) there is also an XLR direct for the studio etc. ... ; Taking practice tuner (which can give you even without sound and with no effect there is no influence on the tuning), an effects loop (actually a preamp output and an input for a second amp); course a headphone socket (it takes Me a little dust) and a socket for pedal switch (which controls the channel selection and the effect of an octave), and the result came two jack ( fortunately) low: one active, one passive ... (I'll spare you the details ..)
The settings are pretty simple: Bass, Low Mid, High Mid, Treble, Gain (2 channels and two wins), and two master volume knobs for effect, one acting only on the second channel and the other two : the first being a Shape which allows for a softer sound and the second the famous Ultrabass which allows you to add to his infrabass up an octave.


The setup is very simple: you do it little by little, personally I always sound good (at least for me). The manual is practically useless, the function is marked above the button and after making it necessary precision what? It's everything an amp that is most stupid and he is very good.


Always appropriate for what I play rock surtou but I changed a few times and I fe surtou settings on the bass but if I do not like the sound compared to what I have in mind is complicated ps I grind the knob réglé.Je and it plays it with a Squier Jazz bass that I modified with a bad ass II and micro seymour duncan distortion and sometimes I use the Boss DS-1. Most often I adjust the EQ right so I just choose everything on my bass and it sounds more natural coming out, but just fiddled a bit to find his happiness ...


I use this amp for a year. What I like is to have a octaver directly into the amp (no need to pedal). The Shape function gives her a little fretless (nan when you do not even another bass in the hands ;)). It costs about 400 € for a 120 watt tilt and with all these functions is a very interesting value for money without talking about the strength and sound clean ... I think if he had to do it again because I REFERRED has this price ...