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Ashdown Five Fifteen 100W Bass Practice Amp
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Named in memory of the late, great John Entwistle, the Five Fifteen bass practice amp combines a 100 watt power section with a single 15" Ashdown Blu...Click To Read More About This Product
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A solid practice amp with plenty of power.
Named in memory of the late, great John Entwistle, the Five Fifteen bass practice amp combines a 100 watt power section with a single 15" Ashdown BlueLine bass speaker. Sounds can be shaped quickly and intuitively using bass, middle and treble controls, supplemented by a pre-shaped 'deep' switch. A headphone output is provided for private practice along with an extension speaker output. A CD/Line input let's you jam along with your favorite tracks.
- 15" BlueLine bass speaker
- Bass, Middle and Treble controls with pre-shaped 'deep' switch
- Headphone output
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Five Fifteen 100W Bass Practice Amp
- Power Output: 100W
Speaker Configuration: 1 x 15"
Line Input: Impedance 1M Ohm, Input range100mV to 10V
Dimensions (W x H x D): 18.1" x 21.7" x 21.4"
Weight: 59 lb.
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Limited Functions
- Small Venue Gigs
Comments about Ashdown Five Fifteen 100W Bass Practice Amp:
I picked up one of these over four years ago to use at home for personal practice. It was really easy to get a REALLY nice tone out of it quickly. The controls are very basic, but very effective. It does feature an aux input for practicing to tracks. A handy feature for some, I'm sure, but never having used it personally, I can't really speak to it's functionality. It also has low boost circuit that is quite effective at low volumes - once the db levels start going up it gets floppy sounding quick, though. Output-wise it's surprisingly loud for a 100 watt single 15 bass combo. I've actually done quite a few small shows with it at this point.
I've never had any problems with it at all and it hasn't exactly been babied over the years. If I had a complaint it would be the aux speaker situation. As this amp will ONLY run at 8 ohms, you have to disconnect the internal speaker to hook up another cabinet, which basically turns it into a gigantic, really heavy low wattage amp head. I'd rather see a direct out or headphone jack. All in all a great practice amp for not much money.