Behringer Ultrabass BXL3000A
Behringer Ultrabass BXL3000A

Ultrabass BXL3000A, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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juju51 03/01/2010

Behringer Ultrabass BXL3000A : juju51's user review


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side ad 300watt power amp but in truth he delivers only 200watts, which is already quite honorable.
the reproach that I just do it, is the lack of an entry for low active and passive, in fact, a single entry available and when I plug in an active low point I found myself in a 0.2 gain to avoid saturate, it's pretty weird.
for the rest see the previous review.


usage is pretty simple on this amp, we have a normal channel and a distortion channel adjustable (not very effective and I do not know many good bass player that uses distortion on a bass but hey go ...) the whole switchable via footswitch.
Adjustable compressor quite effective, adjustable Octaver works not too bad (for behringer is a sub harmonic but in fact there is no more unless Octaver.

to sculpt the sound we have a 7-band EQ with a choice of frequencies rather poor choice ... or not very faithful to reality. to get the desired sound made in ba ... should not be trying too hard to find the sound you want because we have an amp that is not in precision, yes ba must not expect the quality of a MARKBASS or SWR for 300euros ...
anyway for 300euros it fulfills its role, with several live musicians I hear me well and I sound about right for an amp of personal return.
Another negative point: it is VERY heavy and inconvenient to carry.


the sound and well it should not be super strict with him.
I have a musicman stingray 5 string and a JazzBass U.S. Deluxe 4 string, I'm almost reluctant to acknowledge the grain of his bass, it lacks precision in the entire sound spectrum, the 15-inch breath a little despite the absence a tweeter but not really embarrassing when you play with other musicians (no longer heard the noise).
saturates the 15-inch fast enough for serious when pushed a bit.


is an amp that will delight small budgets, it is pretty well filled job, receivers cheap, powerful enough to do live, not too big but heavy, the sound is correct in all (I saw the price into perspective) .
I bought only by lack of budget, but it is obvious that if I had more money to spend in a bass amp, it's not what I would buy, but rather a combo MARKBASS type CMD 15, which is much more powerful, much lighter, delivers a light-years from Behringer but also much more expensive:)
my experience in the bass amp for nearly 15 years makes me think that I am very objective in my opinion, you see.
I recommend it only to those who can not invest more money