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Ashdown MAG 115-200 Cabinet
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Ashdown MAG 115-200 Cabinet

Bass Guitar Speaker from Ashdown belonging to the MAG series.

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Le Jules Le Jules
Publié le 05/10/07 à 01:14
Value For Money : Excellent
- What characteristics have motivated your choice?
Have a low baffle with a powerful and portable sound honest. This is the case in a rock trio configuration, the speaker sends the same too low. on the other hand, considering the price, coupled with a head mag300h, there's nothing wrong.

SOUNDS

- The sound is clear and precise on the spectrum?
in the lower it is a pleasure, but the notes come out with some difficulty, his n'esdt not sufficiently precise

OVERALL OPINION

- How would you rate the quality / price?
excellent value for money

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
yes and no, only the cabinet is limited, coupled with a 2 * 10 cabinet it has to do really. But again the budget is far from other amps at the same price
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