Ibanez SW35 (Discontinued)
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Ibanez SW35 (Discontinued)

SW35 (Discontinued), Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Ibanez in the Sound Wave series.

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turpentine 09/29/2007

Ibanez SW35 (Discontinued) : turpentine's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
Bass amplifier transistor 35 W
Front:
A power switch (turns blue when the power is on, it's beautiful at night)
1 input
A 10 dB gain switch
controls: gain / bass / middle / treble / presence / volume
taken cd input (RCA)
A blue diode limit (only lights when the gain exceeds the limits, it's beautiful at night)
LINE OUT
headphones jack (diplomatic when neighbors are sleeping)
On the back:
effects loop send jack
making effects loop return
setleds tilt-back cabinet (you can tilt it as a stage monitor)
17.7 kg (it's heavy watt)

UTILIZATION

The configuration of this amp is very simple.
Taking a low, jack, hook them up and drive simone!
The manual is simple, clear, precise and in six languages, including French.

SOUNDS

I play it with a humble, unpretentious low but this amp allows me to explore all frequencies, sound warm and beautiful round (contrepet?), To a more dynamic and crystalline fingers or plectrum, it depends.
The manual in six languages, offers four possible config sounds: Aggressive / Walking (?) / Slap / Clean.
Well, for power, must remember we bought a 35W, you get very quickly to catch pots for volume and gain (+ button + 10 dB gain), the E string does all snoring is not beautiful, only the fans will be happy tuning, the blue LED illuminates the limit at that time!

OVERALL OPINION

Very good price / quality ratio. I just bought it new, € 180. And not disappointed.
Ideal for playing at home and be angry with her neighbors, if we have to forget the project to play with a drummer.
The CD input is a plus that I have not yet exploited.
Functional and affordable tool, I recommend.
It's crazy when even this mode of blue LEDs, right? I know it's a detail but it's music you do, no tuning car, right?