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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Orange belonging to the Crush PiX Bass series.

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  • lac74lac74

    Easy to get a combo!

    Orange Crush 25BXPublished on 10/03/11 at 00:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Orange Crush PiX 25BX Bass Combo -
    Power-25W
    -1x 8 "speaker,
    -Gain control knob for master volume,
    -3 Équalieurs buttons (classic)
    -Inputs,
    - Headphone and auxiliary.
    - Dimension 32 x 23 x 36 cm,
    -Weight 9 kg

    UTILIZATION

    Most basic you die!
    Very easy to adjust, to use.
    There is no manual but should be relatively very stupid for not being able to use it!

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for a combo that can do everything, not heavy, cheap, warm sound and the power was not a criterion.
    After trying countless Combo, I came across this one. Knowing the reputation Orange and their sounds, I'm tempted.
    I play in a trio without or rarely with a drummer and in the …
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    Orange Crush PiX 25BX Bass Combo -
    Power-25W
    -1x 8 "speaker,
    -Gain control knob for master volume,
    -3 Équalieurs buttons (classic)
    -Inputs,
    - Headphone and auxiliary.
    - Dimension 32 x 23 x 36 cm,
    -Weight 9 kg

    UTILIZATION

    Most basic you die!
    Very easy to adjust, to use.
    There is no manual but should be relatively very stupid for not being able to use it!

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for a combo that can do everything, not heavy, cheap, warm sound and the power was not a criterion.
    After trying countless Combo, I came across this one. Knowing the reputation Orange and their sounds, I'm tempted.
    I play in a trio without or rarely with a drummer and in the studio or on stage are always more powerful amp to take over.
    This combo must accept alternating a) a bass, b) an Epiphone electric bass, c) a Taylor guitar nylon d) two electric guitars (Fender Start and Gibson L5 US) and e) a type Selmer Gypsy guitar DUPONT.
    And every combination I can adjust the sound that goes well, soon ... and that's the case and I get the sound I want. These sounds warm, deep ....
    At the first use, I had a huge blast of sound that had disappointed me and the product ... but thinking it was actually a computer that has more land (for the sound card ... try to understand) who was on the same electrical outlet. By changing a place to connect, I solved this problem ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Recently of course, but enough to tell me that I made a good choice and that it is 100% what I was looking for. Probably I would do the same.
    I tried the amps before choosing this one.

    Most:
    ease of use, the sound (to see in use), weight (I have another 100w amp that weighs over 25 kg ....).
    The -:
    electronic components ... some are mild to say the least. To see the long term. I'll keep you posted.
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