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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Warwick belonging to the Blue Cab series

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  • P@ddleP@ddle

    The power at the lowest price!

    Warwick Blue Cab 60Published on 03/13/11 at 05:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    60 watt combo
    Cooling Fan
    Loudspeaker 1 x 12 "(power 60W, max. 80W, 8 ohms, 97dB, resonant frequency: 70Hz, frequency range: 50Hz-5000Hz)
    Separate inputs for active and passive basses
    Adjustments: Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble
    Auxiliary input jack (stereo RCA), separately controllable
    Line Out
    Headphone jack
    Effects loop
    Bass Reflex Subwoofer
    Stand back to tilt the unit to 45 °
    Weight: 19 kg
    Dimensions (L / h / l): 0.40 x 0.53 x 0.33 m

    Someone once said: The perfection not when there's nothing more to add, is when there's nothing to remove. Well, there is everything to play well, so what else?

    UTILIZATION

    Setup: It is reduced to the strict manner. Thereupon, nothing to …
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    60 watt combo
    Cooling Fan
    Loudspeaker 1 x 12 "(power 60W, max. 80W, 8 ohms, 97dB, resonant frequency: 70Hz, frequency range: 50Hz-5000Hz)
    Separate inputs for active and passive basses
    Adjustments: Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble
    Auxiliary input jack (stereo RCA), separately controllable
    Line Out
    Headphone jack
    Effects loop
    Bass Reflex Subwoofer
    Stand back to tilt the unit to 45 °
    Weight: 19 kg
    Dimensions (L / h / l): 0.40 x 0.53 x 0.33 m

    Someone once said: The perfection not when there's nothing more to add, is when there's nothing to remove. Well, there is everything to play well, so what else?

    UTILIZATION

    Setup: It is reduced to the strict manner. Thereupon, nothing to say, the key is there and everything is simple. Not need the manual.

    The ultimate sound, it can be found if the right amount of EQ knobs, as they are accurate. The extent of their action is large: When you boost, it makes the walls vibrate. Conversely, when minimized, it cuts all!

    Another point: The leg behind to put foot bath is a great idea!

    SOUNDS

    I tested several previously Ampeg much bigger size. Difficult to compare, but sonic identity issue, the Blue Cab 60 has a nice personality and not fat and bulky even with bright strings typed.

    on the other hand VERY strong point is precisely the volume. IS SAFE! It's incredible! One has the impression of having a 100W! I do not know how technically justified, but the result is there, no question. I am not alone in making the remark, in view of what is said on the web.

    I put 8 / 10, because I think his personality lacks sonic versatility. But hey, I finasse ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just got the opportunity to offer after reading the review about the AF version 15 and 30. Overall, opinion is faithful to the range.

    The quality / price is very good, I'm not afraid to 10/10.
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