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  • MGR/FrancoisMGR/Francois

    Yorkville Bass Master 200

    Yorkville Bass Master 200Published on 05/31/05 at 15:00
    Private sale, CAD 200, May 2005. This model if from 2001.

    Everything! Nice compact combo with lots of power from its 15-inch driver and horn. With a 2x10 extension cab this things screams. It is rated at 150W @ 4 Ohms. Has effect loop and headphone jacks too, simple yet adequate controls. Compact enough to fit in a small hatchback car.

    Odd-looking blue carpet covering, useless top handle, the thing is very heavy so I installed side handles and coasters to make it easier to move around.

    Very sturdy construction, looks like it's built to last. So far so good.

    Excellent value for the money, hard to find more amp for such a small price, even if purchased new. Powerful enough for gigs, smal…
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    Private sale, CAD 200, May 2005. This model if from 2001.

    Everything! Nice compact combo with lots of power from its 15-inch driver and horn. With a 2x10 extension cab this things screams. It is rated at 150W @ 4 Ohms. Has effect loop and headphone jacks too, simple yet adequate controls. Compact enough to fit in a small hatchback car.

    Odd-looking blue carpet covering, useless top handle, the thing is very heavy so I installed side handles and coasters to make it easier to move around.

    Very sturdy construction, looks like it's built to last. So far so good.

    Excellent value for the money, hard to find more amp for such a small price, even if purchased new. Powerful enough for gigs, small enough to carry around. Excellent quality. If you find one buy it!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • olio70olio70

    Yorkville Bass Master 200Published on 07/17/07 at 05:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Power 200W
    Speaker 1x15 "+ 1 tweeter 200W 30W
    Trimmings: buttons "limit" and "contour", volume, bass, mid, hi mid, treble, taken to effects, line out, headphone jack, external speaker jack
    Weight: 26 kg

    UTILIZATION

    The settings are very simple and you get quickly to find happiness.
    It was, so to speak, no need the manual.

    SOUNDS

    This combo is very versatile and a deep return.
    I play a Yamaha RBX774 active.
    The limit is convenient to avoid saturation and gives the amp a great power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years and am very satisfied.
    Ideal for beginners as confirmed!

    This is a rare but quite common in France to the United States.
    I …
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    Power 200W
    Speaker 1x15 "+ 1 tweeter 200W 30W
    Trimmings: buttons "limit" and "contour", volume, bass, mid, hi mid, treble, taken to effects, line out, headphone jack, external speaker jack
    Weight: 26 kg

    UTILIZATION

    The settings are very simple and you get quickly to find happiness.
    It was, so to speak, no need the manual.

    SOUNDS

    This combo is very versatile and a deep return.
    I play a Yamaha RBX774 active.
    The limit is convenient to avoid saturation and gives the amp a great power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years and am very satisfied.
    Ideal for beginners as confirmed!

    This is a rare but quite common in France to the United States.
    I had the opportunity to test it with an additional speaker (speaker out jack on the back) and there is great!
    I think buying a 4x10 'to increase its potential!
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  • BrifineBrifine

    Excellent value for money! Not for metal.

    Yorkville Bass Master 200Published on 11/09/10 at 02:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor 200W, this amp is quite unladen, good power, strong and versatile, without being either the king of bass amplification.



    UTILIZATION

    It is suitable for beginners and professionals alike and goes from jazz, blues, rock or punk without any harshness. (Thanks in particular to limit buttons and Stroke.)
    Easy to handle and the sound is when using it with a bass that is worth it!

    SOUNDS

    I'm also with the metal core and it's good ... not his field!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If today I tried a cheap amp to play everything (except the big sound)
    I do it again this election!
    If I had only 800euros has put in a put *** amp to make the scene all year, I'll do well,…
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    Transistor 200W, this amp is quite unladen, good power, strong and versatile, without being either the king of bass amplification.



    UTILIZATION

    It is suitable for beginners and professionals alike and goes from jazz, blues, rock or punk without any harshness. (Thanks in particular to limit buttons and Stroke.)
    Easy to handle and the sound is when using it with a bass that is worth it!

    SOUNDS

    I'm also with the metal core and it's good ... not his field!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If today I tried a cheap amp to play everything (except the big sound)
    I do it again this election!
    If I had only 800euros has put in a put *** amp to make the scene all year, I'll do well, and I pair it with an Ampeg 4X10.
    If I had more 1000Euros to put into this same kind of amp I will not drive to invent the merits of this amp ^ ^
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