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Nemesis RS410 Bass Combo Amp
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The Nemesis RS410 Bass Combo Amp features 320W of power through 4 Eden-built 10" speakers, a solid-state Input stage, 3-band EQ, semi-parametric cont...Click To Read More About This Product
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Solid punch and quality tone.
The Nemesis RS410 Bass Combo Amp features 320W of power through 4 Eden-built 10" speakers, a solid-state Input stage, 3-band EQ, semi-parametric control section, effects loop, switchable automatic compression, DI output with Ground Lift and level controls, headphone and tuner outputs, high-power, all FET amplifier design, and thermostatically controlled cooling system. Additionally, an Edge control adds tube-style grit, a footswitch provides enhance bypass and mute functions, and the DI output features a Pre-/Post-EQ selector. All plywood construction is road-tough and improves amp tone. The RS410 looks awesome, too. A black and silver color scheme and backlit logo makes this unit stand out.
- 3-band EQ
- Effects loop
- 4 x 10" Eden built speakers
- Edge control
- Pre-/Post-EQ selector for the DI output
- Footswitch for Enhance bypass and Mute functions
- All-plywood construction
- Corner-mount handles
- Black-and-sliver color scheme
- Backlit logo
RS410 Bass Combo Amp
- 320 Watts RMS (up to 640 Watts peak power)
Reviewed by 4 customers
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I have had the RS410 for almost 2 years now, and I couldn't be happier. The only complaint I have is that the mid-sweep section is switchable, but not foot-switchable. But between the mid-sweep and the 'Enhance' knob, I've been able to dial in any tone I could ask for, from hard rock to reggae to 80's new wave/punk (using the mid-sweep, makes picking really cut through). I have read that this unit is under-powered, and have to disagree, although I purchased this combo with Eden's 2x12 extension cab, and the full stack - designed to fit together perfectly - becomes an area weapon. I play mostly Fender 4- and 5- string basses, and even the combo by itself never struggles with the low B.
I played what i believe to be a later model one of these this weekend for a blues gig.Firstly, the amp has no punch and for '350w' it lacks the balls to drive the band. The features are good, the construction of the box and design of the head were nice.i found the EQ, even with the tone shaping abilities from the various features was lacking.However, the room i played in gives this amp no justice at all. Try before you buy is my only advice.
I was using this amp on and off for about three years. It has a great tone and a solid warm punch but it is under powered and poorly engineered. Since it was a combo and a 410 at that it was heavy and a little difficult to trasnport. As a professional teacher and mucian I would recomend this amp for a entry level working musican or for someone who plays infrequently in smaller venues.
I have had mine for 4 years now. This is a newer model, but if it is anything like mine it kicks. It has a variable eq feature.. I can go from dub bas to SVT by dialing in the frequency you want to emphasize.It is a bit heavy... would be a 10 if they built in wheels.