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Marshall MB4210

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

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" ''Strong, sound, Marshall What!"

Marshall MB4210Published on 09/04/11 at 15:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
• Type: 2 channels
A''modern''channel transistor with a channel compressor and''classic''tube (ECC83) with a''boost''+ Blend 1: 2 mixing channels.

-Front: 1 x button with active-passive / 1 x CD in / 1 x headphone
/ Off switch
-Behind: Connections: Speakon 2, 2 jacks / a footswitch pedal input''''/ 1 DI (pre / post) / 1 entry effects return / input 1 output for sending effects
Power: 300 Watts @ 4 ohms, 450 Watts @ 2 ohms with extension cab
Configuration: 2 speakers 10''+ 1 Tweeter
Effects: Limiter / Compressor
A pedal (included) to 2 switches: To change channels & to use the Blend
Dimensions: 630 x 535 x 280 mm / Weight: 33 kg

UTILIZATION

The configuration is it......
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• Type: 2 channels
A''modern''channel transistor with a channel compressor and''classic''tube (ECC83) with a''boost''+ Blend 1: 2 mixing channels.

-Front: 1 x button with active-passive / 1 x CD in / 1 x headphone
/ Off switch
-Behind: Connections: Speakon 2, 2 jacks / a footswitch pedal input''''/ 1 DI (pre / post) / 1 entry effects return / input 1 output for sending effects
Power: 300 Watts @ 4 ohms, 450 Watts @ 2 ohms with extension cab
Configuration: 2 speakers 10''+ 1 Tweeter
Effects: Limiter / Compressor
A pedal (included) to 2 switches: To change channels & to use the Blend
Dimensions: 630 x 535 x 280 mm / Weight: 33 kg

UTILIZATION

The configuration is it simple?
Yes but we need time to adapt; 2 +-channel mixing.
An Easy grip anyway.

Do you get a good sound easy?
Yes, with some adjustments and depending on the quality of the bass.

The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
Yes

SOUNDS

Right for your style of music?
Yes, I play all but the metal or punk.
I have two groups with different styles. (Composed and arranged times)
I did some concerts (indoor and outdoor) and assured power, and its no problem of heating.

With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
1 4 string bass G & L Tribute L2000 / 1 5-string bass Ibanez SRX355 SDGR (although it supports the rope of''if'') and a boss chorus pedal only (for specific pieces and 80 years) and that's it.
Effects on the amp and settings on the bass is good.

What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
- The channel''modern'': it is crystal clear and good for jazz / funk / world
- The''classic'': for the blues / rock / alternative from fat.
- With the''blend'': we merge, we slapper!

What sounds do you prefer?
The sounds of''classic''(blues / rock), the''blend''and''modern''funk with a good setting.
the sounds that you hate?: hours when pushed to the bottom, gain and master, there is a problem in the ears, low cable!
# # FYI: Use a shielded cable (pre-tube amp!) For parasites, feedback.

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?
since December 2010

What is so special that you like most and least?
The +: two distinct channels, solid, sound''classic''
the -: there is a preamp tube so the weight!

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Yes. Ampeg (although it must take the high end) Markbass (good for the weight but his neutral) TC Electronic (BG500/210, super heavy and bulky, but / / the combo classic450, excellent but expensive)

How would you rate the quality / price?
OK for a 300 watt real Marshall sound and good HP.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Yes it's good but if I carry (I'm in an apartment on the 2nd floor)
I let him in our room but I repeat two groups with two rooms again now so I have to change my travels.
# # I put 8 / 10 because of the weight and making handles.
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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: MB4210
  • Series: MB
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 06/13/2010

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