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Traynor Bass Mate 10W Combo
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It may be a mere 10W and an 8" speaker, but this little powerhouse looms large in tone. It takes up minimal space when you're not practicing, and you...Read More
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Your little practice pal.
It may be a mere 10W and an 8" speaker, but this little powerhouse looms large in tone. It takes up minimal space when you're not practicing, and you can easily pack it off to lessons, dueling-bass sessions, or low-level jams. 3-band EQ and presence. Line and headphone outs.
- 8" speaker
- 3-band EQ
- Line out
- Headphone out
- 13"W x 15"H x 8-1/2"D
- 18 lbs.
Let him share your bedroom. Order today.
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This was the first amp I ever got. I bought it and a Peavey Milestone (my bass) cheap off a friend. I started playing and of course I didn't really notice if it sucked or not. But after a few monthes, I started to hate it. The lows are really muddy sounding, the highs are alright, but the tone is brutal. Plus, if you have the presence nob at more than 5 or so it makes a buzzing noise. This amp sounded so bad infact, it turned me against the Peavey, and I started to blame both, haha! But I played it through my girl friend's dad's amp and it sounded fine. Plus I played his Rickenbacker 4001 through this the Bass Mate, and it still sounded brutal. You know an amp's bad when it makes a Ricky sound average.The verdict; if you're just learning, it'll get the job done but after a few monthes and you learn what a GOOD bass amp sounds like, you'll hate it.
I had got this amp along with my first bass, and when i started playing i thought the amp was ok, but after a while the sound was starting to get really cheesy and it sounded washed out. I mean it's a good amp for those who are just begining and playing in their room, or even for experienced players who need it for practises. The prtability is considering that it's small, but it's not something your gonna use on stage. I'm now playing with a band and i need something like a 200-600 watt amp. This won't do. But if you're beginner, go right ahead... it's a decent buy.
Everything was great for the first month. After that, something inside blew up it stopped working. I called the company several times and they have the worst customer service ever. They didn't give me any clear solutions for my problems. It costs more to fix it than what it is actually worth. I Wouldn't recommend it.
I bought this for solo practice only, and have been very pleased with the performance thusfar. I've owned it for a little under a year, and have experienced no problems. It made a move from Oklahoma to New York, and back with no wear, and it still sounds great, especially with my Zoom 506II ran through it. A great little amp for just a bit of cash.