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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Vox belonging to the Pathfinder series

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  • Pmp5Pmp5

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 02/02/10 at 03:37
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  • guigui104guigui104

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 04/07/10 at 10:04
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  • OperanightOperanight

    Very nice

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 08/09/10 at 03:11
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  • OperanightOperanight

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 08/09/10 at 03:15
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  • tilmanjulientilmanjulien

    Helpful

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 01/13/14 at 03:33
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    Small amp, convenient to repeat at home without bothering the neighbors ... Far from being a competition amp (I do not think Vox is this niche), but does its job and even with 10w, it sends. Value / perfect price saw why I used ... A remake, I do not redeem, simply because my Markbass is in my rehearsal room and I use less Vox. But I recommend it for someone who wants to play with him quietly with, why not, an acoustic guitarist ...
  • crispycatbluescrispycatblues

    Cool: 5 / 5

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 01/18/12 at 04:57
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    Perfect for work alone in his room, without connecting the main amp or headphones, and also without ch ... neighbors - and that's why we will purchase!
    The volume up halfway is more than enough, if you change your amp.
    The drive and are quite bright, nothing revolutionary, but hey, it's little more friendly, and for the price we will not cry - the same goes for the finish.
    Corrections other settings are the job well, then, the very small Vox performs its mission!
    No need to make history on a comparison with different basses, all goes well, as an asset or liability.
    I would definitely recommend, then.
  • vincent 67vincent 67

    Well

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 08/20/11 at 08:33
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    - Power: 10 Watts RMS.
    - Vox Bulldog HP 5 "x 2 (4 ohms).
    - Output: PHONES / LINE OUT jack.
    - Drive, Treble, Bass, Volume, Bright switch.
    - 80 x 170 x 277mm
    - 5.6kg

    Amplifier to work at home, powerful enough to rehearse with a drummer who plays normally.

    I use it mostly with an old Fender Precision Bass in 1969 and this little amp faithfully reproduce the texture of the bass.

    Quality / price ratio Excellent, incredible power for a 10W amp. I recommend it to all bass players looking for his natural style 60 years.
  • Captain pukeCaptain puke

    Bass amp for apartment

    Vox Pathfinder 10 BassPublished on 01/26/11 at 06:44
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    Bass transistor
    10 watts, headphone. Amp

    very easy to use, so no manual.
    the 10 watt power level advertised are not really there ... after 12 hours everything vibrates and the sound becomes very rough.
    Bright button (overdrive??) is not used much.

    Amp is a study in an apartment.
    the sound is not very defined after level 5 volume, the gain does not help.
    over a pedal is not used much either.
    like his little brother to the guitar amp is a fairly straight, which does not color the sound of the bass but you must take it for what it is, it's a bass amp to study with her teacher or home, and there he does his job.
    I play it with my passive Jb.


    I use for less than a month and the …
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    Bass transistor
    10 watts, headphone. Amp

    very easy to use, so no manual.
    the 10 watt power level advertised are not really there ... after 12 hours everything vibrates and the sound becomes very rough.
    Bright button (overdrive??) is not used much.

    Amp is a study in an apartment.
    the sound is not very defined after level 5 volume, the gain does not help.
    over a pedal is not used much either.
    like his little brother to the guitar amp is a fairly straight, which does not color the sound of the bass but you must take it for what it is, it's a bass amp to study with her teacher or home, and there he does his job.
    I play it with my passive Jb.


    I use for less than a month and the result is the height of the 86 € spent.
    for less than 2kg will take its course or not to leave the main amp when hump at home it's still cool.
    Brief work lines or take courses that property for the rest .....
    I still think I'm going to sell it because it is duplicate with the G5 (lamps) in the HB that sounds great with bass.
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