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Carlsbro COBRA 90 BG

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Carlsbro .

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latemotivlatemotiv

very good

Carlsbro COBRA 90 BGPublished on 10/08/14 at 13:29
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great

UTILIZATION

Great

SOUNDS

Great

OVERALL OPINION

1 month that I use it, great
I love everything about him, especially his dynamic
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cheyenne-toulousecheyenne-toulouse

Carlsbro COBRA 90 BGPublished on 05/18/06 at 07:06
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Bass amp transistor
90W
interface simple but sufficient: two inputs (low and high gain), bass and treble pots, 6-band equalizer, switch on / off compressor, DI output, gain and volume.
On the back side: switch on / off General, headphone, line out stereo output, insersion loop (in / out) effect.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to use, but requires taking a few minutes at most.

SOUNDS

Great sound for such a combo (especially at that price! € 150 secondhand!)
First important point: the 15-inch speaker that delivers impressive bass (compared to poor speakers 12 inches that usually ontrouve amps of this type ... I have even seen amps with 120W 12 ". .. how stupid!)
It can very...…
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Bass amp transistor
90W
interface simple but sufficient: two inputs (low and high gain), bass and treble pots, 6-band equalizer, switch on / off compressor, DI output, gain and volume.
On the back side: switch on / off General, headphone, line out stereo output, insersion loop (in / out) effect.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to use, but requires taking a few minutes at most.

SOUNDS

Great sound for such a combo (especially at that price! € 150 secondhand!)
First important point: the 15-inch speaker that delivers impressive bass (compared to poor speakers 12 inches that usually ontrouve amps of this type ... I have even seen amps with 120W 12 ". .. how stupid!)
It can very easily be a very big sound, ideal for rock and metal.
The equalizer also allows the sound to work very easily and offers a large variety of sounds (a sound very metallic sound very round)
Appraisal: a surprisingly powerful amplifier with very good sound.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought it a few days ago, but already excited!
at that price, no hesitation, he dethroned all other amps of the same size (excluding lamps amps of course, but there is no longer playing in the same price range!)
Tip: be careful not to over push the input gain, even with a low passive, otherwise it is easily clipped to the compressor.
Too bad this amp is rare on the market ... Today, his successors in Carlsbro are manufactured in Asia and of poor quality, so that the cui, made in england, is quality.
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TonkaTonka

An old fellow traveler!

Carlsbro COBRA 90 BGPublished on 08/26/11 at 06:43
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Good big transistor amp almost indestructible ... orders with very classic compressor and 6 band graphic eq ... Note: effects loop on the back.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. it's a bass amp, what! And found the sound pretty quickly.

SOUNDS

I love the sound too serious but it's still set (it not bleed). It is not in the roll's like that, but it's good sound very honest, and it sends the grave.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 20 years, it was my first (and my own) real amp. and I can not bring myself to take another one (although I eyeing to Phil Jones)

What I like with him is his weight (but still rather light compared to other bass amps). I plan to put him long handles and...…
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Good big transistor amp almost indestructible ... orders with very classic compressor and 6 band graphic eq ... Note: effects loop on the back.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. it's a bass amp, what! And found the sound pretty quickly.

SOUNDS

I love the sound too serious but it's still set (it not bleed). It is not in the roll's like that, but it's good sound very honest, and it sends the grave.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 20 years, it was my first (and my own) real amp. and I can not bring myself to take another one (although I eyeing to Phil Jones)

What I like with him is his weight (but still rather light compared to other bass amps). I plan to put him long handles and wheels ... Or even to cut the "box" to a separate head ...

Otherwise it's solid, construction nickel.
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poilodopoilodo

Carlsbro COBRA 90 BGPublished on 06/02/06 at 04:38
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90 W. .. it's largely good unless you play at the Stade de France ...
it's stuff that no cash problem

UTILIZATION

The use is basic ... and we do not need anything more with that kind of combo

SOUNDS

The big fat gross well with impressive bass for this type of combo to say anything ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have a recently ... and is almost unbeatable raapport Qualitprix ... big sound in a combo that holds the road well .... one small problem ... prs of 30 kg must be added casters to not explode back ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Carlsbro
  • Model: COBRA 90 BG
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 09/13/2005

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