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Gallien Krueger MB112

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Gallien Krueger belonging to the MB series

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Space-CowboySpace-Cowboy

Super price / quality ratio

Gallien Krueger MB112Published on 06/22/13 at 09:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Type: Transistor
Power: 200 Watts
Speakers: 1 x 12 "
Dimensions: 445 x 395 x 375 mm
Weight: 12.7 kg

UTILIZATION

There's a powerful equalizer, 4 knobs: Bass, Low Mids, High Mids, Treble. A contour button that really enhances the bass. It's really easy to find a good sound, it's still super intuitive!

SOUNDS

For her, this is where it sellotape: indeed, he dislocated badly! I used it at home gift I had not had the opportunity to see what it really was in the belly and recently I took it out for a outdoor concert with a drummer who is not private, I left the gain at 13h and could hear me as well, so the power advertised is the rendezvous!
Just a small point on the sounds of...…
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Type: Transistor
Power: 200 Watts
Speakers: 1 x 12 "
Dimensions: 445 x 395 x 375 mm
Weight: 12.7 kg

UTILIZATION

There's a powerful equalizer, 4 knobs: Bass, Low Mids, High Mids, Treble. A contour button that really enhances the bass. It's really easy to find a good sound, it's still super intuitive!

SOUNDS

For her, this is where it sellotape: indeed, he dislocated badly! I used it at home gift I had not had the opportunity to see what it really was in the belly and recently I took it out for a outdoor concert with a drummer who is not private, I left the gain at 13h and could hear me as well, so the power advertised is the rendezvous!
Just a small point on the sounds of the "contour" button: it sounds very round, it is ultra rich bass but it is true that it is difficult to break into a mix! After it's great for reggae.
But anyway, fidgeting a little equalizer and playing on the edge, we arrive necessarily find the sound that suits us

OVERALL OPINION

It'll be a year and a half I have no problem and it sounds, it is light and tranqportable at a relatively affordable price! Perfect for small outdoor concerts or pubs.
If I had the choice again, of course I do it again, I find it no real fault and the price / quality ratio is really great!
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martincmartinc

Reliability zero

Gallien Krueger MB112Published on 07/17/11 at 05:40
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
On paper it's super attractive: a 200-watt amp drives a 12 inches and weighs 13.7 kilos everything and cheap.
The amp is fully digital, switching power supply and output stage switching (class D), the speaker is néodimium, hence the lightweight.
There is a low input with a choice asset / liability, a gain, a serious medium low medium high treble contour switch. Headphone out, entry, exit DI, socket adapter (supplied with a separate power cord).

UTILIZATION

The manual indicates that the DI output is pre gain and pre eq, in reality it is post eq and post gain. The manufacturer, when asked, acknowledged this but did not give any justification.

SOUNDS

The first one I received did...…
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On paper it's super attractive: a 200-watt amp drives a 12 inches and weighs 13.7 kilos everything and cheap.
The amp is fully digital, switching power supply and output stage switching (class D), the speaker is néodimium, hence the lightweight.
There is a low input with a choice asset / liability, a gain, a serious medium low medium high treble contour switch. Headphone out, entry, exit DI, socket adapter (supplied with a separate power cord).

UTILIZATION

The manual indicates that the DI output is pre gain and pre eq, in reality it is post eq and post gain. The manufacturer, when asked, acknowledged this but did not give any justification.

SOUNDS

The first one I received did not go out any sound from the speaker. As against the headphone output and DI worked. The off switch had a tendency to get stuck on position.
I have returned.
The second I got out the microscopic one, as if we had plugged the speaker on the headphone output. And in addition there was a heavy body that moved freely within, to believe that the speaker had lost its magnet.
I also returned and I'm back, I will not try a third unit.

OVERALL OPINION

Manufacturing quality deplorable, unacceptable. Flee this model as the manufacturer will not be able to make better.
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  • Manufacturer: Gallien Krueger
  • Model: MB112
  • Series: MB
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 07/11/2011

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