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Nemesis N12S Silver Series Bass Combo
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Perfect for the rehearsal studio, recording studio, smaller band situations, or the wood shed. The N12S is rated at 120W @ 8 ohms and offers a solid,...Click To Read More About This Product
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Perfect for the rehearsal studio, recording studio, smaller band situations, or the wood shed. The N12S is rated at 120W @ 8 ohms and offers a solid, traditional 12" punch with clean, crisp highs from a cast-aluminum bullet tweeter. With all plywood construction, the N12S works well with 4 or 5 string basses.
- 120W FET power, 170W @ 4 ohms with extension speaker
- 12" bass driver and bullet tweeter
- Dual input channels: RCA and 1/4" aux inputs with gain and tone balance; gain, 3-band EQ, and Enhance on main input
- Master volume
- Headphone output
- Extension speaker output
- Speaker mute switch
- Pre-EQ effects loop
N12S Silver Series Bass Combo
- Power: 120/170W RMS @ 8/4 ohms
Tweeter: T1004 bullet tweeter
Speakers: ES 1240
Crossover: 4kHz @12dB
Power Handling: 150W RMS:
Frequency Response: 42Hz - 18 kHz
Sensitivity: 98dB SPL@1W1M
Impedance: 8 ohms
Dimensions: 20-1/2"W x 21-1/2"H x 13-1/4"D
Weight: 47 lbs.
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I've owned a Nemesis N12S for some time now. I bought it to use at home, rehearsals, and for smaller gigs where I didn't need a large amp. Not having heard it before, I bought the amp on the strength of the Eden name - every Eden amp I'd played through sounded fantastic.I was not disappointed. This amp is small, lightweight, and sounds great. The tone controls and different I/O options make for a perfect combo amp. It's more than adequate enough to use for sessions, rehearsals. It seems really well built - it's taken the usual bumps and bangs going to and fro without any visible damage or reduction in performance. My only negative comments are that the on-board compressor is mediocre, and the amp does start to break up if you try to play it too loudly - but that's not what I bought it for. I have a full sized rig for that.
This amp does a great job at clear, fat sound characteristic of Eden Electronics. It is not as rugged or powerful as its "A Team" counterparts under the Eden or Nemesis NC models, but you cannot beat this product in its power size and price range. Period.120 watts of power- and this is a real 120W- is enough for most jobs and all rehearsals. The EQ knobs allow a large variety of sounds with simple controls. Addtionally, the rear panel has XLR out with DI level control, additional speaker out, and FX loop. If you want an affordable amp that will do it all, look no further.Its RCA input on the front face of the amp allow a playalong feature which is mixable with your instrument. This is great for your transcription/ playalong work. It really simplifies the back and forth of that activity.I would back this amp against GK, Hartke, Fender, Ashdown, SWR and all other competitors in this size and power and well beyond its price range. I love that you can buy this amp with a 10, 12, 15, or even 8" speakers. I would like to hear them all to compare, but I have only played this 12" version. Perfect for warm clear and punchy sound. It's great for string bass, too.The wattage and size make it suitable for most situations, but if you need to rock a ballroom or street party with no support from the house sound system, then you'll need to step up wattage and size. If you, like me, spend most of your bass life playing with more acoustic and background levels, this amp is plenty. And it's soooo affordable you can use it as the "beater amp."
the only good tone you can get from this is a low warm scooped motown tone. you can not get a modern flat bright midsy tone. the tweeter fuse blew within 1 hour of playing it! sheesh! compression is nice, the 1 tone you can get is pretty good. for $ you could probably find something better - i think youre just paying for the name. an added 5-10 band eq or mid freq selection knob would have made this better.