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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Marshall belonging to the BassState series.

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  • slash694slash694

    Marshall B30Published on 04/04/05 at 10:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Your mother has easy kiss

    USE

    Your mother is very simple demploi

    SONORITS

    She has many times a little garish

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I'm using your mother for 2 months
    it is good but expensive
    but above all the quality
  • faltas7faltas7

    Marshall B30Published on 02/22/05 at 13:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A transistor amp
    30 W (rel)
    Connectable outputs Fx pedals, and headphone
    Easy adjustment: volume, bass, middle and trebble
    no effect

    UTILIZATION

    Configuaration very simple, fast and intuitive reglagle
    a good sound out quickly (dun his round was a more slamming it depends bcp of the lower course)
    the manual clearly gives 2 3 configurations is possible to play in styles Varis ...

    SOUNDS

    It suited me and my conveint Toujou I jou of melodic metal and rock more pop

    OVERALL OPINION

    I regret selling it to invest in another amp, this amp does my first I was very careful, he accompanies me to my first and am perfectly conveint has a beginning, as a semi p…
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    A transistor amp
    30 W (rel)
    Connectable outputs Fx pedals, and headphone
    Easy adjustment: volume, bass, middle and trebble
    no effect

    UTILIZATION

    Configuaration very simple, fast and intuitive reglagle
    a good sound out quickly (dun his round was a more slamming it depends bcp of the lower course)
    the manual clearly gives 2 3 configurations is possible to play in styles Varis ...

    SOUNDS

    It suited me and my conveint Toujou I jou of melodic metal and rock more pop

    OVERALL OPINION

    I regret selling it to invest in another amp, this amp does my first I was very careful, he accompanies me to my first and am perfectly conveint has a beginning, as a semi pro who just needs an amp for his pti apart
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  • TwangAddictedTwangAddicted

    versatility at home!

    Marshall B30Published on 05/25/11 at 10:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    see above! ;) Just been said! 30 W transistors basic!

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, 3 knobs, one quickly finds the desired sound! the knobs are pretty accurate.

    SOUNDS

    I mainly play 2 basses, a fretless Squier vintage modified JazzBass, equipped with duncan designed, precision and on a copy of Chevy brand, bought secondhand y '12 + years!
    pleasantly surprised, the sound is round, warm enough to wedge in this small committee, perfect to rehearse at home! I play a bit of everything, mostly rock oriented and derivatives, from soft to hard, and what I expect it is perfect!
    I also use it for my guitar (Danelectro dano pro, ibanez rg 320 and a copy of telecaster improved) it…
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    see above! ;) Just been said! 30 W transistors basic!

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, 3 knobs, one quickly finds the desired sound! the knobs are pretty accurate.

    SOUNDS

    I mainly play 2 basses, a fretless Squier vintage modified JazzBass, equipped with duncan designed, precision and on a copy of Chevy brand, bought secondhand y '12 + years!
    pleasantly surprised, the sound is round, warm enough to wedge in this small committee, perfect to rehearse at home! I play a bit of everything, mostly rock oriented and derivatives, from soft to hard, and what I expect it is perfect!
    I also use it for my guitar (Danelectro dano pro, ibanez rg 320 and a copy of telecaster improved) it brings a depth of bass and I'm not on my or my 15w marshall roland dx 15 dac! with a little crunch or a big metal distortion it is excellent! In short, very versatile!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 2 years, bought 12 euros in (!!!!!) brac, supposedly HS! I plugged in returning, it worked, but I still open to check, I just had to redo a solder and slammed it from the top! he stoically endured all the treatments that I inflict, from transport to evening jam sessions bluntly!
    difficult to compare this is my first bass amp, before I played live on a sound system connected locally, sometimes on the torque 100w a dude, so ...
    at that price the value for money is always excellent, I can not find her fault! so maybe the plastic feet on the amp a bit fragile ...
    but even at its real value I think this is a good amp!
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  • jhmjhm

    Marshall B30Published on 04/16/10 at 01:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - 30 watts

    - Volume

    - Low, Mid, Treble

    - Effects loop

    - Headphones

    - Line out

    - Speaker 10 "

    - Simulation of a tube amp (Valvestate)


    UTILIZATION

    Three knobs (low - medium - high)

    Nothing could be simpler and more efficient



    SOUNDS

    The sound is very good for a small amp to work.

    The settings are effective (not to put the volume to more than 8).

    However, it lacks a little depth and roundness (compared to a ampeg and a markbass). But the sound is quite "hot" (simulation lamp).



    OVERALL OPINION

    Less than 100 euros in hand, it is a very good choice.

    New, it is further proposed to 330 euros. At this price, there's more.

    For use at home or w…
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    - 30 watts

    - Volume

    - Low, Mid, Treble

    - Effects loop

    - Headphones

    - Line out

    - Speaker 10 "

    - Simulation of a tube amp (Valvestate)


    UTILIZATION

    Three knobs (low - medium - high)

    Nothing could be simpler and more efficient



    SOUNDS

    The sound is very good for a small amp to work.

    The settings are effective (not to put the volume to more than 8).

    However, it lacks a little depth and roundness (compared to a ampeg and a markbass). But the sound is quite "hot" (simulation lamp).



    OVERALL OPINION

    Less than 100 euros in hand, it is a very good choice.

    New, it is further proposed to 330 euros. At this price, there's more.

    For use at home or working with a guitarist, it suits me perfectly.
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