Submitted September 7, 2011
"Save your pennies, not worth the power"
got rid of mine some 12 years ago and could never be happier.
The sound is about average, but it's an absolute waste of money if you ask me. If you really need a cheap amp, buy used. You're wasting your time with this 6" speaker amp. It's way underpowered, plus the 6" speaker can't handle a 5 string or anything lower than standard E tuning without distorting the sound to a fart like distortion which sounds terrible. Obviously it lacks on bass, the mids and highs are there, but very thin on bass.
It's a puny combo amp, what accessories, it's as simple as it gets volume, bass, mids, and treble, and plug for your input jack.
Ease of Use
You really can't modify it too much, it's very simplistic and very thin on bass so you're pretty much narrowed down to mids and highs
It's about average, don't know how the quality really is as I just gave it away after purchasing an Ampeg
Not worth the money!!! save your pennies and buy yourself something for around 300$ which will have 200-300 watts. Wattage and sound somewhat works like units per dollar, the more you pay the more you get per dollar. By you paying 70$ for this amp, you only get a miserable 10 watts which is next to nothing, you may as well get a portable direct plug in Vox amp jack which is cheaper and a lot more useful. At $300 you can already find a good name amp such as Ampeg, Fender, Behringer, GK, Hartke, etc. except of course for super high end stuff like Markbass, EBS, and Warwick, there the price point is insane, more for those tweek-picky bassists. But most well known brands mentioned above should be more than enough.
Never dealt with
The Wow Factor
it sucks in every way possible, I'm shocked it's still on the market after 13 years.
industrial, rock, dnb, jazz, progressive
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