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Tec-Amp S 212 Classic

Bass Guitar Speaker from Tec-Amp .

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" Perfect in many situations"

Tec-Amp S 212 ClassicPublished on 03/30/14 at 05:23
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I played before on a Markbass 121H combo which I was very satisfied and I would probably not change if I had not opted for a head + cab solution.

the gear available to the rehearsal room (ampeg ba 112) is not terrible, I have the opportunity to use subwoofers the sound by plugging a head.

I particularly like the dynamics of 12 ', so I chose to go on a 2x12 and this model from TecAmp has my full attention.

to use the cab is intended for concert halls in small or non transplanted bar. And some scenes with larger subculture on sound. I do not intend to use it at home, I have a small combo roland cube 20W for that. Used with a Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 (250W in 8ohms so, which is......
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I played before on a Markbass 121H combo which I was very satisfied and I would probably not change if I had not opted for a head + cab solution.

the gear available to the rehearsal room (ampeg ba 112) is not terrible, I have the opportunity to use subwoofers the sound by plugging a head.

I particularly like the dynamics of 12 ', so I chose to go on a 2x12 and this model from TecAmp has my full attention.

to use the cab is intended for concert halls in small or non transplanted bar. And some scenes with larger subculture on sound. I do not intend to use it at home, I have a small combo roland cube 20W for that. Used with a Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 (250W in 8ohms so, which is enough for me)

SOUNDS

my first impression by connecting the last week ... p'tain it breaks down! 2x12 changes everything, without having to play at high volume, the presence is there, the sound fills the room well, this is ample. markbass my combo never failed to breath, but the second HP clearly changes the situation.

sound side, the sound aguilar is particularly warmer than markbass is rich enough in low and lower midrange, more distinctive rock. it must be different with another head, but this cab is accurate, dynamic, and high volume it does not move, it's super clean. I will update my review when I have tested with other heads.

The detachable and adjustable twitter is very effective.

OVERALL OPINION

Well ... I only have a few days back but I've played a few times since and I could test Friday rehearsal. This cab is extremely well finished (Deutche Kalïtat!) Beautiful, light, convenient to carry (well-designed handles) and a sound not far from perfect. I do not have huge experience on amp (I played on markbass, Ashdown, Fender, Hartke, tc electronic) and my current config is very far my favorite. In the mix, I feel in my place, you hear me clearly, but I much food person ... for me what

besides low side, I found my grall with good PJ Hepcat and 1600 BB surprises me every day ... I am filled bassist!
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  • Manufacturer: Tec-Amp
  • Model: S 212 Classic
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 03/30/2014

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