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Warwick Blue Cab 15 15W Bass Combo
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The Warwick Blue Cab 15 is perfect for the classroom, bedroom, or even for backstage practice time. It's simplified controls make it easy to use whil...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big-sounding and flexible bass combo amp in a very small package.
The Warwick Blue Cab 15 is perfect for the classroom, bedroom, or even for backstage practice time. It's simplified controls make it easy to use while still giving you professional-quality tone and performance. A super-efficient 8-inch speaker coupled with a ported cabinet and a tilt-back feature allows you to maximize the 15 watts of power and project the tone where you need it the most. Even though it is small in size, the Blue Cab 15 bass amplifier comes with an FX loop on the back panel—a feature normally not seen in small practice amps. Best of all, the Blue Cab offers you all of these great features at an incredibly affordable price.
- 15 watts
- 8-inch Speaker
- Controls for bass, middle, treble and volume
- FX Loop
- Bass Reflex Housing
- Collapsible rear foot for tilt-back operation
Affordable, easy to use, and full of big bass sounds. Order now!
- W 11.81 inches
- H 16.14
- D 9.84
- 24.25 lbs.
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Many of you will agree that a practice amp is, well a practice amp. We can have the amp heads and cabinets for better quality, but then the small amps are for portability. That is my case too, having moved from my house to a relatives house, and not being able to take my 120 pound Peavey gear. That being said, I needed something to meet my playing needs (couple hours of practice per week), with good sound quality, and solid features. This amp is really great so far, I practiced about 2 hours earlier with it, and my Geddy Lee Jazz bass sounded great. The low range is especially outstanding for being a 15 watt amp! The mid range is pretty bland, and the higher range is ok, but overall, the low end makes this better for us bassist because most of our playing is on the low end. The low end is usually the part that we cannot hear when playing to recorded music, but I've found this to be great with the low end. Overall, I would say save up for something bigger, or if you need a practice amp, this will do wonders. For a little more money though, a 60 watt combo can be had, so that is something to pay attention to.