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Your stack is too big, your practice amp is too small . . . and this one is just right.
Perfect for coffeehouse gigs and in the band room. A meaty 35W drives a 10" Blue Marvel speaker with DDT speaker protection. Output increases to 50W with external cab. Amplifier section includes a post EQ effects loop, gain control, preamp out, power amp in, 3-band EQ, and headphone jack.
Your stack is too big, your personal amp is too small . . . bingo! The Minx. Order yours now.
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A great small bass amp. I compared it to several in this price range and it's much better, doesn't distort at high volumes, well built.
I have this amp, and its power is nasty for those little gigs and practices with your buddies. it packs quite a punch, and i own the boss gt6b bass pedal. it sounds awesome with that, and single effects.
This is perhaps the best practice/small gig amp out there. Great sound and very compact for you smart bass players out there.
The Minx 110 was my 1st amp, and is still my favorite. I've had mine for nearly three years and have had absolutely no problems. It has a great tone and lots of power. It's a great practice amp and good for most small gigs.
I bought this thing and loved it. It is loud and clean and perfect for writing songs. I suggest Peavey as a combo amp, but look into MusicMan (they aren't made anymore so good luck finding them), Ampeg and SWR for your stacks. Up this buy with the TNT 115 and you'll be able rock people's socks off.
This was my first amp, I've had it for a little over a year and it still works pretty damn good, and its taken only minimal repairs. It has great overall tone, is fairly light, and get pretty loud for how big it is. Downside: at about 3/4 volume level it starts to get very distorted, problems withe input jack have occured, and there is no seperate volume, gain. great for small gigs and practice.
This amplifier is perfect for practice at home and small venues. It has a great sound when the equalizer is properly adjusted.However, I carry a microphone, XLR cable and small microphone stand in my gig bag so I can run a signal through a PA channel (just in case the locale demands a more powerful sounding bass). I am very happy with my purchase of this product.