use fairly easy
fast enough settings to find the sound you search
it lacks a DI output
it is versatile, you get to play a lot of styles with this little amp
I use it for more than ten years, I bought a lot between two most powerful 180w beringer therefore but a much flatter sound, less accurate. So I returned to my peavey which is certainly less powerful but has a much richer sound, round and shiny.
Furthermore, it is very strong, indeed it has been dropped from car trunk (not closed a rag) while I was driving, damage: two corners damaged, the power supply cable cut, two shots screwdriver, a domino and left.
So this is a very solid amp.
if I had a choice again I would reiterate a Peavey but with a speaker a little bigger or two or four speakers and a DI output.
I use a passive fretless bass Luthman. I love the rights and round sound, I am quite satisfied with this amp. The bass is deep, it can be used at very low volume without too much loss of definition. I almost always use the neutral position. We can of course play the equalizer but I'm happy with his right, a little dull, which is well suited to the fretless (for my taste).
We can probably blame her lack of slamming, clarity, I do not think very suitable for slap, metal sounds, it excels against by the big, round sound, with his bowl 15 ".
I use it for a year, first with a small Cort Action by the Luthman. Bought a misery easy to find opportunity, I'm very happy. I play regularly on a Hartke A100 much newer, shinier, but I prefer my Peavey. I also have a small Laney RB2 (old model) that does not happen to his ankles.
on the other hand, it is true that it is almost intransportable. Think about it before buying. But I would do this choice without hesitation.
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Dams66's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
75 Watt RMS
2 input jack active passive
standard setting for a bass amp
After already playing on a Fender BXR 300, a Peavey TNT 115 and 160, or a behringer 1200 BXR, I can say that the TKO 115 is a beautiful beast perfectly capable of undergoing almost all types of music today.
easy to handle, a little feeble compared to a fender but at a ridiculous price (I bought mine for 150 euros (I had to change a knob about 5 euros))
As I mentioned agree to all styles of music in RP but with a lot of scratch (or 2) it becomes limited, masi for a group of jazz blues is nickel
I played it with a warwick 5 string active (it rocks all), and with my 4-string bass Hohner sound is excellent.
It's been 6 months and I use it for 150 euros OCCAZ I never found better, less is true that a Trace Elliot (but really 300 W RMS)