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Hartke A100

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Hartke belonging to the A Combos series.

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Hartke A100Published on 12/17/04 at 02:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Amp transistor channel
active and passive input puissace 100w
limiter rglage bass and treble plus a 6-band qualiseur

UTILIZATION

The sound is fairly easy to obtain
I know not well I have this amp jou over a few hours to a concert I was prtait of hardware.

SOUNDS

I jou a btb 505 ibanez sound is not bad I'm used to the trs, since I have a Hartke B20 and a vX3500. This amp is not bad but it is far from 'gnial be the sound does not transcend me the bass seems a little imprcise I prfere largely HA3500 nanmoint in this game is a good price there is the power amp the cone Aluminium finally some quality one.

OVERALL OPINION

As I say I know the sound and that it Hartke n'tait......
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Amp transistor channel
active and passive input puissace 100w
limiter rglage bass and treble plus a 6-band qualiseur

UTILIZATION

The sound is fairly easy to obtain
I know not well I have this amp jou over a few hours to a concert I was prtait of hardware.

SOUNDS

I jou a btb 505 ibanez sound is not bad I'm used to the trs, since I have a Hartke B20 and a vX3500. This amp is not bad but it is far from 'gnial be the sound does not transcend me the bass seems a little imprcise I prfere largely HA3500 nanmoint in this game is a good price there is the power amp the cone Aluminium finally some quality one.

OVERALL OPINION

As I say I know the sound and that it Hartke n'tait not the best I think it's better connaisse.je economoiser a little more to buy a HA3500 head with a 115 or 410 of blafle The series will be much sound vx meilleur.enfin for small scholarship I think it is related quality indniable price as in all Hartke gnral.
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Hartke A100Published on 06/12/05 at 03:37
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The Hartke A100 amplifier is a transistor with an output of 100 watts. it contains one between passive and active with rglages between high and low frequencies and a 7-band graphic qualizer.

UTILIZATION

As for sound it is quite easy to get but if they have a fairly good command of qualizer. Trs which is annoying for the beginners EVEN now when I find not what I j I am the head who smokes and gives me more desire to play ... lol.sinon the sound is not bad when you found what you want .... Regarding the manual I did not read or even ever seen ...

SOUNDS

It is perfectly Designed for my style of music that is rock and funk. I use it with a low dimension switch consists of a micro......
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The Hartke A100 amplifier is a transistor with an output of 100 watts. it contains one between passive and active with rglages between high and low frequencies and a 7-band graphic qualizer.

UTILIZATION

As for sound it is quite easy to get but if they have a fairly good command of qualizer. Trs which is annoying for the beginners EVEN now when I find not what I j I am the head who smokes and gives me more desire to play ... lol.sinon the sound is not bad when you found what you want .... Regarding the manual I did not read or even ever seen ...

SOUNDS

It is perfectly Designed for my style of music that is rock and funk. I use it with a low dimension switch consists of a micro bridge jazz and a precision micro-level set. slappeurs for the sound is not too bad although some slammin regrtts sounds that are abscents on this amp ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for five months before I was playing on a fender 15 watts. (Vla the Difference!: P) if not for the quality over price, I think it's a good deal when you see the prices the fender or peavey! I would do without this choice hsiter.
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Hartke A100Published on 06/19/05 at 10:46
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Combo low, transistor, 100W, between passive-active, qualizeur 7bandes, rglages bass treble, direct output (for transplanting in the sound systems), can connect the effects

UTILIZATION

It's only been two months since I bought this amp but I'm dj fan! The use is not extremely difficult. The sound is not hard to obtain. If you have difficulty obtaining ask advice o the store you bought it. In principle, qualizer rgl is fawn that ca make a V or a kind of square root. When the manual I have command because it n'tait not come with the amp.

SOUNDS

This amp is made to any style of music I play (rock). APRS but it also gots dpend. He has such a more round than the peavey.

OVERALL......
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Combo low, transistor, 100W, between passive-active, qualizeur 7bandes, rglages bass treble, direct output (for transplanting in the sound systems), can connect the effects

UTILIZATION

It's only been two months since I bought this amp but I'm dj fan! The use is not extremely difficult. The sound is not hard to obtain. If you have difficulty obtaining ask advice o the store you bought it. In principle, qualizer rgl is fawn that ca make a V or a kind of square root. When the manual I have command because it n'tait not come with the amp.

SOUNDS

This amp is made to any style of music I play (rock). APRS but it also gots dpend. He has such a more round than the peavey.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this amp for two months and I think it is perfectly suited to rock. It is enjoyable to use. If I had to buy another amp, I will take the same or another of gammme Hartke
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Hartke A100Published on 04/22/06 at 11:55
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Transistor amplifier 100W 7-band EQ and low trble for more precision limiting graphical input passive / active
XLR input and headphone output
special entry for the effects

UTILIZATION

The simple graphic equalization and simple to charge private

SOUNDS

We always have some reggea rock and especially jazz METAL breath a little power he gigentesque f floor shaking it slightly easier aceullir effects of short as well

OVERALL OPINION

Super I remprendrer well worth its price
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Hartke
  • Model: A100
  • Series: A Combos
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/14/2004

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