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Warwick Blue Cab 30 30W Bass Combo
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The Blue Cab 30 bass combo is compact for sure, but Warwick didn't skimp on the tone. This cool bass amp is small enough to easily move around, yet b...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Blue Cab 30 bass combo is compact for sure, but Warwick didn't skimp on the tone. This cool bass amp is small enough to easily move around, yet big enough to handle small acoustic gigs and rehearsals. The 10-inch speaker is impressively deep sounding, and the ported cabinet and tilt-back design work perfectly together to create a dynamic bass combo for the serious musician. There is also a built-in FX loop and a line out, which is perfect for the bassist looking for more from his or her small bass combo.
- 30 Watts
- 10-inch Speaker
- Separate inputs for active and passive basses
- Controls for bass, middle, treble and volume
- Line Out
- Head Phone Output
- 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 13.39 inches
- H 16.54 inches
- D 12.6 inches
- 33.07 lbs.
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I bought the 30W Warwick amp to replace another practice amp that I burned out at a heavier than expected gig. So far the Warwick has not let me down! MUCH louder than expected, and the FX loop and line out are great when I need more than the amp can offer for sound sculpting. Works great with my active and passive basses! I don't have any criticism about this amp yet - buy it, you won't be disappointed.
I bought this amp because of its price. Saying that I expected it to be small and whimpy. When I plugged my Rickenbacker into it it made it sound like a hurricane. I was really impressed with the bass that I got from it. At flat it sounds like most amps do with the bass turned all the way up. I keep it at 1/4 of the way and crank the rest up.That being said it does cover up the tone of my bass a lot. I found a way to deal with that but you do have to play with it quite a bit.