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Genz Benz ML 200-112T Bass Combo
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Unique dual output design pushes 200W or, with the flick of a switch, splits the amp for use with an extension cabinet. Features active/passive input...Read More
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Lots of features for a moderate price.
Unique dual output design pushes 200W or, with the flick of a switch, splits the amp for use with an extension cabinet. Features active/passive input; shape circuit with low boost, mid scoop, and signal attack controls; 3-band EQ with parametric mids; an XLR direct out; and an internal soft limit circuit. Cabinet can be used in upright position or tilted back for personal monitoring. A 12" speaker and bullet tweeter combination projects a huge and dynamic tone for the amp's compact size. Lots of definition.
- Unique dual output design pushes 200W
- Split the amp for use with an extension cabinet
- Active/passive input
- Shape circuit with low boost
- Mid scoop
- Signal attack controls
- 3-band EQ with parametric mids
- XLR direct out
- Internal soft limit circuit
- Use in upright position or tilted back for personal monitoring.
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I played a Cort Acoustic-Electric Fretless 4-String through this amp, and it rocked! The bottom end is massive, but it doesn't lose any highs. If I could afford the Cort and this amp, I would do it. Just buy it!
So I just played this amp out at a practice with a jazz band at very reasonable volumes. It was muddy. I blame the speakers. Every note I played stacatto seemed to ring out forever. It didn't matter if it was high or low or at what volume the speaker just would not stop moving. It was almost like a really bad reverb, something I don't want any of on my bass rig. The tone wasnt bad and the EQ/DI all that stuff was nice although I don't think you should get any awards for having a 3 band EQ and a DI on a bass amp, that's all pretty standard. The Mid scoop, low boost, and odd attack shape butons were all completely useless. The Hartke Kickback 12 weighs less, costs less, and sounds better. 200 watts is also not the most conservative power rating. The kickback 12 is 120 watts and got a lot louder than this anything turned up over 5 sound a little like my bass had bad gas.
Great "little amp"... gives a good fat sound a low volumes, but can handle some "slapping around" as well....
Great little amp. Perfect for club gigs or used as a monitor. I love the switchable bi-amp feature. This thing rocks out loud.