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Park GB 15

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Park

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Park GB 15Published on 11/16/05 at 23:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Small 15 watts training amp transistors
- Two headphone inputs +
- Equalo minimum gain of (prampli colums) and master out
- No effect

UTILIZATION

Config minimum, making Reduces head. It is fixed. This is a sub-brand of Marshall, made in asia. It sends 15watts at best. If your bass is passive, the better. It will sound better with a standard with my JazzBass Tobias high output or my Ibanez 5cordes active.

Attention quickly saturates. But it is impossible to know whether the poor HP weakens or if the prampli do not like active basses. Should not push del half. The knobs noon, it's almost too much.

Get a good sound is simple ... if you have a proper low and fingers that...…
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- Small 15 watts training amp transistors
- Two headphone inputs +
- Equalo minimum gain of (prampli colums) and master out
- No effect

UTILIZATION

Config minimum, making Reduces head. It is fixed. This is a sub-brand of Marshall, made in asia. It sends 15watts at best. If your bass is passive, the better. It will sound better with a standard with my JazzBass Tobias high output or my Ibanez 5cordes active.

Attention quickly saturates. But it is impossible to know whether the poor HP weakens or if the prampli do not like active basses. Should not push del half. The knobs noon, it's almost too much.

Get a good sound is simple ... if you have a proper low and fingers that work. I deprecated the effects on: a would kill him.

The manual? I have not seen that there was one. I bought ten years ago, he's from the trash with the package.

SOUNDS

Fits all without excs. Must not ask the moon is a combo of training, not a stack or in concert rpt.

The sound is warm and flat. There is, it not pollute the grain of my bass BUT ... HP's low saturates too quickly and soon became a galre. The amp is typical of the beginning: correct, clean and cheap.

I've tried a 90w MODEL Park: it is not the Marshall BassStation, but still correct. No panic.

Ds t he replaced as possible prampli a classy and all that comes out of my studio monitors (KRK) ... is much better and less broken head to train with a box of samples and rhythms.

OVERALL OPINION

It costs almost nothing, was not worth more. It dpanne. Amp IDAL for training at home, lightweight and inexpensive. Low active and / or 5-string deprecated. JazzBass Friendly ...
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  • Manufacturer: Park
  • Model: GB 15
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/16/2005

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