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Traynor Bass Mate 25W Combo
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This 25W dynamo uses a specially-tuned enclosure and a punchy 10" speaker to deliver unbelievable sound. Active bass, mid, and treble tone controls, ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Small size, big sound.
This 25W dynamo uses a specially-tuned enclosure and a punchy 10" speaker to deliver unbelievable sound. Active bass, mid, and treble tone controls, plus presence and bass boost. Line out and headphone jack. Its compact size and rugged construction make it more than just a low-level practice amp. It's also a great gigging amp for upright players or any bassist who doesn't have to get too loud.
- Specially tuned cab
- 25W power
- 10" speaker
- 3-band EQ
- Presence and bass boost
- Line out
- Headphone jack
- 16-1/2"W x 16-1/2"H x 8"D
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- Great amp for the money
- You can buy better
- Easy to carry
- Small spaces
OK. This little guy is not the best bass amp on the planet and if you spend more money you can buy a far better amp. But if you are looking for something to practice with, or to carry to small venues, you won't find another amp with 25 watts and a ten inch speaker.
It does what it is supposed to do, and it does it just fine
I've used my Traynor bass mate none stop since I got it and it has been great. It has proved to be everything I wanted and expected. I'm able to take it to my band members houses cause it's small, but it can still deliver good sound. I think that it is great if you're on a budget or just need a practice amp.
I bought this because it has more EQ options and a larger speaker than most bass amps in the price range. It does not have a separate gain knob and distorts at around 4 or 5 (lower if you have the EQs way up). In retrospect, I would just buy a basic 15 Watt and save up for a better amp.
This amp isn't good at all. For me, if you put the volume past 2 1/2 it would be WAY louder than when it was at 2 and so much distortion. I think if your looking to purchase this amp think otherwise (save a bit more money and get something else).
its okay if your a first time player and your not going to be playing loud or worrying about sounding your best.the biggest problem is that past volume set 3 everything gets destorted and it makes your bass sound like an other distorted deep guitar [defently not good]. The EQ doesnt add much effect, if you set anything on set 1 it will automatically make it distorted.i made a mistake buying it, but its okay just playing now and again for soft sounds.but please dont waste your money if your into being loud and sounding great at the same time.
Jeez man... i have a traynor pre-1974 YBA-4, the thing rocks but this disapointed, it doesnt have that warm jazzy sound i loved about my YBA-4, go and get one of those!!
The only thing worse than the actual amp is the speaker it blew - after using it for not even 5 weeks you cannot turn it up past 4 without the speaker distorting the sound - it is a waste of money, I would not take one for free!