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Nemesis N8JR Bass Combo Amp
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The Nemesis N8JR is the smallest student bass combo amp in the Nemesis line. The N8JR amplifier features a powerful, Eden-designed 8" speaker housed ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Nemesis N8JR is the smallest student bass combo amp in the Nemesis line. The N8JR amplifier features a powerful, Eden-designed 8" speaker housed in a high-quality plywood enclosure with a heavy-duty steel grill. This little lightweight 25-watt bass amplfier will faithfully play even the low E 42Hz bass fundamental cleanly and powerfully with a solid, balanced tone. The N8JR is an excellent amp for working on your technique. The Nemesis N8JR features an ultra-simple, user-friendly AGC compression circuit on the input that is fully automatic, and a global tone control that lets you shape the full audio spectrum with a straightforward, ergonomic control. A head phone jack and great bass tone complete the package.
- 8" speaker
- High-quality plywood enclosure
- Kickback design
- Heavy-duty steel grill
- Solid, balanced tone
- User-friendly, automatic AGC compression circuit on input
- Global tone control
N8JR Bass Combo Amp
- Power: 25W RMS at 4ohms
- Speakers: 8"
- Tweeter: Mechanical
- Power Handling: 25W RMS
- Frequency Response: 42hz - 6khz ±2dB
- Impedence: 4ohms
- Dimensions: 14.5"W x 16.5"H x 13"D
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First of all: it is very simple, much louder than it looks (but I am only having to compete with a 10W guitar amp and a drummer who knows how to play softly). It really does sound nice. The only issue I had when I tried this thing is that there is only a 'tone' knob rather than a low-mid-hi EQ array. I thought the tone knob belonged on the bass? It's not very versatile, but the one sound you get out of it is a nice one. I only messed around with it at a jam night, but I would look into that Nemesis 40 watter with a little more versatility before I bought this one. Only a handful of extra dollars for a lot more flexibility and twice the power. Still, it does sound nice. I just think it's big brother is a better boom for the bucks.