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Other Bass Amplifier from Ashdown belonging to the All Access series.

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  • silverfreaksilverfreak

    Ashdown Perfect Ten MiniRigPublished on 10/21/08 at 01:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This amp transistor is very special, because it consists of three parts:
    A head of 65 watts RMS
    2 baffles 10 "
    - Head Size: 170 x 445 x 225 mm
    - Cabinet size: 390 x 445 x 260 mm

    We can connect its pretty low, a headset (not to wake the neighbors) and a CD player to play with his favorite bass player or guitarist.

    The settings will work:
    Output Gain / Bass / Middle / Treble / Output Level and little more: The Deep, which allows you to add some bass to it all, so a warmer and rounder.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it mostly to work for me. I am very satisfied with the quality of this amp. The sound is very nice, the amp is compact and frankly it has the look. I think to play th…
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    This amp transistor is very special, because it consists of three parts:
    A head of 65 watts RMS
    2 baffles 10 "
    - Head Size: 170 x 445 x 225 mm
    - Cabinet size: 390 x 445 x 260 mm

    We can connect its pretty low, a headset (not to wake the neighbors) and a CD player to play with his favorite bass player or guitarist.

    The settings will work:
    Output Gain / Bass / Middle / Treble / Output Level and little more: The Deep, which allows you to add some bass to it all, so a warmer and rounder.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it mostly to work for me. I am very satisfied with the quality of this amp. The sound is very nice, the amp is compact and frankly it has the look. I think to play this little club "combo" will suffice. I recommend it to many of my friends looking for a cheap amp that gives one of his bass amp and not a sound medium that hard ears.
    From the beginning it was really a bass sound, find the setting and play!

    SOUNDS

    For my part I play a little bit of everything: Rock, hard, electro, jazz ... and I'm really pleased with this amp. I play it with my Fender deluxe or precision, or with my Rickenbacker 4003.
    According to the config. microphones, and low settings of the amp, you can almost get no matter what his. But I really likes the hot side and rock!

    OVERALL OPINION

    So to have it for 6 months and given the value for money, please. If it again, I repeat the same amplifier.
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  • clayton d.clayton d.

    Small. Practice. Powerful

    Ashdown Perfect Ten MiniRigPublished on 10/02/09 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp "stack" transistors, 65 watts. A head and two cabinets 10 "to 16 ohms each (which can s'avrer problmatique in case of failure of HP!).

    The faade of the amp is a classic: 5 potentiomtres (gain, bass, mid, treble, output), an INPUT, a LINE-IN, and a headphone output. Has added a button "SUB", which inflates the low end when needed (that is, almost all the time ... Yes, it's 2x10 "!).

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple setup, plug, play ... It sounds right away, it is!

    SOUNDS

    I played mostly post-rock in a formation of six musicians. I play all the time and fingers, so no need to sound non-standard (like slap, or crunch / mediator). My two basses have found a new friend …
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    Amp "stack" transistors, 65 watts. A head and two cabinets 10 "to 16 ohms each (which can s'avrer problmatique in case of failure of HP!).

    The faade of the amp is a classic: 5 potentiomtres (gain, bass, mid, treble, output), an INPUT, a LINE-IN, and a headphone output. Has added a button "SUB", which inflates the low end when needed (that is, almost all the time ... Yes, it's 2x10 "!).

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple setup, plug, play ... It sounds right away, it is!

    SOUNDS

    I played mostly post-rock in a formation of six musicians. I play all the time and fingers, so no need to sound non-standard (like slap, or crunch / mediator). My two basses have found a new friend with this MiniRig ... The sound is clear (no low slobbering rotting the mix). A simple SETTING THE EQ to switch from one universe to another, which would sound more punk or stoner.

    Note that the pramp passs tends to saturate the 80% gain, but if we RULES ngligeable well legalization.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A head shot, I bought the MiniRig (200 euros on a classifieds site in the form of "corner") because that Ashdown is damn good (I test many times the MAG 300 and ABM 500), and I needed an amp with a handy little power, and I do not t the! The sound is super clean ... I was afraid of the lack of power, but the 65 W transistor actually do their jobs as part of rptitions or small scnes (gauge 100).

    on the other hand, in a situation "studio" is not really high. But it is clear that this amp does not place himself in the high-end home Ashdown, and is not Designed to compete with names like Ampeg or Mesa.
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  • clayton d.clayton d.

    Small. Practice. Powerful

    Ashdown Perfect Ten MiniRigPublished on 06/01/11 at 05:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp "stack" transistor, 65 watts. A head and two cabinets 10 ", 16 ohms each (which can be problematic in case of failure of HP!).

    The front of the amp is a classic: 5 knobs (gain, bass, mid, treble, output), an INPUT, a LINE-IN, and a headphone output. It adds a button to "SUB" to inflate the bottom of the spectrum in case of need (ie almost all the time ... Yes, it's 2x10!).

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple configuration, you connect, play ... It sounds right away, that's right!

    SOUNDS

    I played mostly post-rock in a formation of 6 musicians. I play all the time in hand, so no need to sound non-standard (like slap, or crunch / mediator). My two basses have found a new …
    Read more
    Amp "stack" transistor, 65 watts. A head and two cabinets 10 ", 16 ohms each (which can be problematic in case of failure of HP!).

    The front of the amp is a classic: 5 knobs (gain, bass, mid, treble, output), an INPUT, a LINE-IN, and a headphone output. It adds a button to "SUB" to inflate the bottom of the spectrum in case of need (ie almost all the time ... Yes, it's 2x10!).

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple configuration, you connect, play ... It sounds right away, that's right!

    SOUNDS

    I played mostly post-rock in a formation of 6 musicians. I play all the time in hand, so no need to sound non-standard (like slap, or crunch / mediator). My two basses have found a new boyfriend with this MiniRig ... The sound is transparent (no bass slobbering rotting mix). A simple adjustment of the EQ to switch from one world to another who wants to sound more punk or stoner.

    Note that the preamp tends to saturate past the 80% gain, but it's negligible if you set the EQ well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    On a whim, I bought the MiniRig (200 euros on a classifieds site in a "corner") because that Ashdown is damn good (I tested many times the MAG 300 and ABM 500), and I needed an amp with a handy little power, and I was not disappointed! The sound is super clean ... I fear the lack of power, but the 65 W transistor actually do their job under the repetitions or small scenes (gauge 100 people).

    on the other hand in a situation "studio" is not really measure up. But it is clear that this amp does not place himself in the upscale home Ashdown, and is not intended to compete with names like Ampeg or Mesa.
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  • syl59syl59

    Ashdown Perfect Ten MiniRigPublished on 03/13/11 at 11:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple but effective, as usual with Ashdown ...
    The equation is effective. It is possible to connect a cab for a more discreet, for example at home.

    SOUNDS

    Its clearly Ashdown. I have another config MAG 3 bodies in series and I find that sound.
    The 65 watts have a really nice potato and what I believe to compete with 100 watt combos without problem.
    I take all the cafes and concerts it holds the road in all kinds of formations, rock-oriented rather still, with battery.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super happy with this mini 3 bodies, I would do this choice with your eyes closed. The 2 cabins can be a very good presence. Excell…
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    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple but effective, as usual with Ashdown ...
    The equation is effective. It is possible to connect a cab for a more discreet, for example at home.

    SOUNDS

    Its clearly Ashdown. I have another config MAG 3 bodies in series and I find that sound.
    The 65 watts have a really nice potato and what I believe to compete with 100 watt combos without problem.
    I take all the cafes and concerts it holds the road in all kinds of formations, rock-oriented rather still, with battery.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super happy with this mini 3 bodies, I would do this choice with your eyes closed. The 2 cabins can be a very good presence. Excellent value for money!
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