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Kustom KBA 210C 2x10" Bass Combo
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The KBA 210C features a fan-cooled, 200-watt RMS amplifier. Fan cooling not only protects the amplifier components over time but also permits a light...Click To Read More About This Product
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The KBA 210C features a fan-cooled, 200-watt RMS amplifier. Fan cooling not only protects the amplifier components over time but also permits a lighter overall chassis design. The KBA 210C provides a single-wall cabinet that is loaded with two, 10-inch speakers that are built by Eminence in the USA. A true Compression Driver handles the high-end work with precision and clarity. The speaker cabinet is constructed with a professional, shelf-style port on the front and large, egg shell-style Kustom carrying handles.
- 200 Watts RMA Output (Fan Cooled)
- Two Eminence 10-inch Speakers
- Compression Driver
- 6-Band Active EQ
- Preamp Gain & Volume Controls
- Effects Loop w/ Send & Return Jacks
- External Speaker Jack
- Line Out Jack
- Built-In Limiter
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This amp cranks. It can definatly hold up gigs in small-medium sized halls and it has nice, warm, rich tone. Distortion is good, but i never use it. I play in a progressive/metalcore band and this thing is perfect. I had a small, 16 watt kustom amp with great sound but it could hardly hold up practice. Kustom make very good quility, reliable amps!
I'm pushing 60 and still doing weekend gigs of memory rock and roll in small to medium clubs. I need something loud, light, but with good tone. This unit was very affordable and came with an array of features I did not expect, like fan cooling and line-out, etc. The two Eminence 10's are top quality and pump out deep low frequency (Come Together) in the well-tuned, ported cab. The high end is great for jazz or slap (Low Rider). The high end of the EQ hums a little when cranked unless you use noiseless pickups. The controls are convenient and offer good tone and power variety, but are hard to see in a dark club (I use a mixer light). At 60-lbs-ish I can still carry it. More than powerful enough for a club of 300 rowdies and my loud drummer. I tested it next to an Ampeg B200R and a Fender Bassman 250/210 and thought it sound as good, yet cost hundreds less; sounds much better than my old Peavey TNT. Recently bought some other Kustom stuff (Profile PA) and am impressed with Kustom's increased quality and great value. Check it out.
This thing is crazy! The tone is crazy. I play in a band with two guitarists and hard hitting drummer and the volume is never past 2 o'clock. Im not the biggest fan of bass distortion but this amp changed my mind about it. Can have a very nice clean sound to it. Perfect for metal.
I must say this is my 3rd bass rig and it blows my others out of the water. From features to tone shaping ablitiy this is the amp to have. I play and Ibanez Ergdynne Bass with marcus miller high beam strings, just played first live gig with the amp, NO unwanted hums or distortion level was on three and it rocked the house. nuff said. buy one for you and your bands sake.