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Lbg Sound S20BKPublished on 01/24/05 at 06:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Amp transistor.
Power: 20W.
2 entries
1 headphone
An external speaker output
1 volume for each input
4-band EQ (low, medium low, medium high, acute)
no effect
Power Consumption: 40W

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, good handle.
The sound is a bit flat but the equalizer is obtained different type of good quality reggae or punk. Delivered without manual yen not need it.
Both inputs are handy. This allows you to play two (a + scratched a low: it works well! [not put the volume too high if the guitar still eats the bass]), or connect a microphone to sing.

SOUNDS

It suits my style for now. The sound is not bad to set reggae or punk. No surprise, however, the sound is...…
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Amp transistor.
Power: 20W.
2 entries
1 headphone
An external speaker output
1 volume for each input
4-band EQ (low, medium low, medium high, acute)
no effect
Power Consumption: 40W

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, good handle.
The sound is a bit flat but the equalizer is obtained different type of good quality reggae or punk. Delivered without manual yen not need it.
Both inputs are handy. This allows you to play two (a + scratched a low: it works well! [not put the volume too high if the guitar still eats the bass]), or connect a microphone to sing.

SOUNDS

It suits my style for now. The sound is not bad to set reggae or punk. No surprise, however, the sound is rather flat and saturates the amp when the volume is at the bottom.
I use it with a Stagg BC-300 Fusion, low-end bass, but for a beginner that's fine.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for the month of September 2003, I started on bass. What I like is that it is small and light. What I like AC power is not too small to play with my friends. This is an amp work is done to play alone at home. I have not tried other models before buying, I did not even try before you buy. It cost me 105 euros and I find it reasonable. I do it again this choice because it allowed me to teach me the bass without ruining me.
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  • Manufacturer: Lbg Sound
  • Model: S20BK
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/24/2004

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