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Kustom KBA10 10-Watt Bass Amp with 8" Speaker
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10W of power drive a Celestion 8" bass driver. 3-band EQ gives you a flexible sound-shaping palette. A built-in headphone jack lets you practice in p...Click To Read More About This Product
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10W of power drive a Celestion 8" bass driver. 3-band EQ gives you a flexible sound-shaping palette. A built-in headphone jack lets you practice in private!
- 10W of power
- Celestion 8" bass driver
- 3-band EQ
- Headphone jack
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I recently bought a Vox AD50VT, to replace my little kustom, and returned it in 3 days because I thought the distortion was not good enough, i like the distortion on this kustom...Read complete review
I recently bought a Vox AD50VT, to replace my little kustom, and returned it in 3 days because I thought the distortion was not good enough, i like the distortion on this kustom better. This amp is great, incredibly full distortion for something so small. Clean isn't bad. I'd recomend this over nearly any other practise amp.
Most Liked Negative Review
Overall, this is a pretty good amp to use with a starter bass. It doesn't keep up with bigger amps at all, but it does have pretty good power for it's size. It...Read complete review
Overall, this is a pretty good amp to use with a starter bass. It doesn't keep up with bigger amps at all, but it does have pretty good power for it's size. It gets distorted when you turn it up, but that can be fixed by turning the EQ knobs all the way down (that makes it much quieter, though).One cool thing I did with it, though, was hook my keyboard up to it with my friend's wah pedal. It sounded better on this amp than on my friend's expensive Fender tube amp.
Reviewed by 21 customers
Great amp, just tough to compete with a drumset because so small.
The amp sounded great for a little guy until the speaker cone tore, At this point it made allot of burping noises on the louder lower notes, after a quick patch the problem mostly resided but the tone had deepened.This is a great practice amp for any one as long as you do not want any distortion on your bass.
Nice and loud for rehearsal before a gig!
I bought this as a practice amp for my dorm room and it dostorts at only 1/4 volume. Take my advise, spend a little more and get a 15 watt fender. The tone is a thousand times cleaner and its a lot more bang for your buck.
I bought this amp the other day. So far so good. Great for practice. This amp really cranks too, sounds like a 20-watt. Really makes the tone of my Epiphone EB-3 shine through. I'll stick with Kustom amps from now on.
I have one similar to it, but it is 65 watts and it's awesome, i'm sure since its the same company and has stuff like the 65 watt, i'd say it's pretty good.
It's ok, but when you turn up the high knob you pick up radio signals and they are crappy and annoying.
I owned this amp and it was alright at the first, but I have had it for a year and it's already malfunctioning and it sometimes shuts-off without hitting the power. It also makes weird noises sometimes when I change the EQ - overall, it's a waste of money, if you're just starting out and not playing with a drummer or guitarist, it's alright, but once you start playing, get a new amp.
I've had my Kustom amp for about 4-5 months and haven't had any problems with it other than something rattling on it a little when I play loud. I would suggest something a little bigger if you're planning on playing with anything other than an acoustic guitar, but for that and home practice it's a good little amp.
Hey this amp is good for small group practices, and can get pretty loud but will distort on lower notes somewhat if low end EQ is too high, but for the money it's nice to have so I don't have to haul around my 100 watt Fender for practice.