Bass amp transistors, 60 watts despite the name, HP 10 ', a line out, headphone output, 2 inputs for high and low active and passive basses, 4-band EQ (bass, mid, high mid, high) a volume, bass boost and presence.
The config 'may seem simple, but not. All the knobs are very effective and complementary. An example: for big and round bass, is it better to put the bass boost or low 10? And the presence button and the low medium are also mingle with the equation.
In short, it is not easy to find the desired sound immediately but over time you can find all kinds of interesting sounds. I prefer to see the glass half full ...
I took him to be able to jam at home with bassists. For this use, but it's going to a concert or even a rehearsal, a HP 10 '(25cm) it's really a joke to a bass amp.
I started to use it later as an organ amp that I dug up in a garage sale and there it was to the surprise, the sound was great! So I tried it with a guitar and heavy distortion and again the bass boost does wonders especially for palm mute so popular among metalheads. So I tell myself that the very poor sound with bass came from the ridiculous size of HP so I plugged in when I had the opportunity of a cab 'to 15' and yes, he told me almost seduced! Damage the body of the amp is too small to put a bigger HP (some 12 'could possibly go).
If you want a bass amp, go your way ...
Today I use it on stage for my Mississippi Drum Machine (a wooden box with a piezo pickup and preamp home for those who know what it is) and bass boost gives me a very accurate kick and powerful. For a keyboard, with its equalizer, it is also very good.
I just changed the HP 15 'one of my amps, I think I'll remove the power block and this little KB50 into amp head. Thus, I could replace the 10 'by 15' which until now could not go and turn this little combo head + cab and there it should. I know you do not care but if it can give ideas to others (: I'd make a decree on ...