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Hartke B150
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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Hartke belonging to the B Combos series.

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  • Willoo7Willoo7

    Hartke B150Published on 01/25/06 at 13:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Transistor
    - 15W
    - Between passive and active
    - Volume
    - Eq

    UTILIZATION

    It can not be easier!

    SOUNDS

    I tried it with a Yamaha RBX 170. It lacks a lot of bass but with a 15W, we will not ask for much.
    At bottom, we hear grsillements.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Convenient to play alone at home or to walk lightweight saw his weight.
  • thor76thor76

    Hartke B150Published on 08/12/06 at 08:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a good amp for beginners trs, trs simple to use, good value qualitprix

    UTILIZATION

    This gives good sound very easy, the only small dfault grsille is that just when it is pushed back. the manual is clear trs

    SOUNDS

    It should have all types of music, I play with a peavey millennium BXP, all the noise that DGIG are seeing right

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for four months, I never had any trouble with! this is my first amp is frankly if I had to reselect it in amp low prices and I take no hsiter
  • cajunthierrycajunthierry

    Hartke B150Published on 02/11/07 at 04:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    15W transistor
    rglages classic volume, bass, med, treble
    potentiomtres finely gradus, only regret the absence of a line of white faade blue buttons to record data on the position ...
    an effects loop in rear, no effect is incorporated normal.

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel clear, intuitive and quite easy rglages
    Forcment, given the Diameter of hp, if you push a little low or volume, apdale in sauerkraut, it's perfectly normal.
    It is therefore an "amplifier of study" or rpt 'I'm not a connoisseur of home studio, but must also agree, especially with the prsence a headphone jack.

    SOUNDS

    I play with a stagg fretless, a boss chorus CE2B be inserted in the loop, the sound remai…
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    15W transistor
    rglages classic volume, bass, med, treble
    potentiomtres finely gradus, only regret the absence of a line of white faade blue buttons to record data on the position ...
    an effects loop in rear, no effect is incorporated normal.

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel clear, intuitive and quite easy rglages
    Forcment, given the Diameter of hp, if you push a little low or volume, apdale in sauerkraut, it's perfectly normal.
    It is therefore an "amplifier of study" or rpt 'I'm not a connoisseur of home studio, but must also agree, especially with the prsence a headphone jack.

    SOUNDS

    I play with a stagg fretless, a boss chorus CE2B be inserted in the loop, the sound remains clean.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for a month.
    Most:
    trs low weight and size!
    look good "on his own"
    The -:
    I apprci 2 inches longer in the Diameter our hp, but 121, I assume that the manufacturer must make choices

    again this choice: no sr, I bought it because it silent available in stores, otherwise I think I would try a ibanez AIM 20 W in the same range of prices, but my Rebel 80 silent shaken and I was determined to continue work home
    I had a Laney in the past but in a different caliber, and it disappeared in the fire at the local (sniff!) And the n'tait not the kind of gear you walk in the steps of a hand ...

    Quality-price ratio: plutt good.
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  • zjuloszjulos

    Hartke B150Published on 02/25/10 at 11:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    mini bass amp 15w transistor
    with between passive and active

    UTILIZATION

    ultra simple to use
    sound without too much criticism

    SOUNDS

    I play bass with several DIFFERENT in a pice not very large,
    it's nice to play with acoustic guitars, like when I was not even own an acoustic bass ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good quality price, at the same time it is normal
    because any small amp / low price
    the only problem that I blame him is the home imbciles al Hartke who is a sticker on the grid in front of the enclosure to remove it properly, I fully dvisser of the grid (8vis) , through the gate under warm water, scrape by trying to scratch or not all sluts, then finish…
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    mini bass amp 15w transistor
    with between passive and active

    UTILIZATION

    ultra simple to use
    sound without too much criticism

    SOUNDS

    I play bass with several DIFFERENT in a pice not very large,
    it's nice to play with acoustic guitars, like when I was not even own an acoustic bass ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good quality price, at the same time it is normal
    because any small amp / low price
    the only problem that I blame him is the home imbciles al Hartke who is a sticker on the grid in front of the enclosure to remove it properly, I fully dvisser of the grid (8vis) , through the gate under warm water, scrape by trying to scratch or not all sluts, then finish the solvent, before screwing ...
    everything has two bullet for their ad
    make c. ... these commercial m ...
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