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Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack

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Included in this Ampeg kit is the Micro-VR bass amp head and the SVT210AV bass speaker cabinet stack. The Ampeg Micro-VR is a no-compromise amplifier...Click To Read More About This Product

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Don't be fooled by its small size.

Included in this Ampeg kit is the Micro-VR bass amp head and the SVT210AV bass speaker cabinet stack.

The Ampeg Micro-VR is a no-compromise amplifier packing 200W of solid-state MOS-FET fury, a switching power supply and the classical good looks and features of Ampeg's renowned SVT Series amplifier head.

The Ampeg Micro-VR amplifier is designed as an ideal companion to the SVT 210AV cabinet. The switching power supply keeps the weight low, without sacrificing power output or Ampeg's legendary sound quality. Like all Ampeg products, your Micro-VR amplifier is designed by musicians and built using only the best of components. Each Ampeg amplifier is tested to confirm that it meets specifications, and to make it the absolute best that it can be.

The Ampeg SVT 210AV speaker cabinet is designed to follow the classical good looks and features of the renowned SVT-Series cabinets. The SVT 210AV speaker cabinet is designed as an ideal companion to the Ampeg Micro-VR amplifier head. Like all Ampeg products, your SVT 210AV bass speaker cabinet is designed by musicians and built using only the best of components.

FEATURES
Micro-VR amplifier head:
  • Detailed 1970s-era SVT appearance
  • Single channel, entirely solid-state design
  • Selectable 15 dB input pad
  • Gain control
  • Bass, Mid, and Treble controls
  • Volume control
  • Selectable Limiter and LED
  • Peak LED
  • Auxiliary input
  • Headphone output
  • Illuminated power switch
  • Effects loop with separate send and return jacks
  • Balanced XLR output
  • Lightweight switching power supply
  • Voltage selector switch
  • MOS-FET power amplifier rated at 200 watts rms into 4 ohms
  • Fan cooled
  • Much smaller than Stonehenge
The Ampeg SVT 210AV speaker cabinet:
  • Detailed 1970s-era SVT series appearance
  • Designed as a stack with the Micro-VR amplifier (available separately)
  • Foot cups on the top panel allow secure stacking of a Micro-VR amplifier or up to four empty shot glasses.
  • Two ten-inch Eminence speakers
  • Two 1/4" TS parallel input and output jacks
  • Nominal impedance 8 ohms
  • Power handling 200 W RMS
  • Stylish top handle
SPECIFICATIONS
Micro-VR amplifier head:
  • Preamp: Solid State
  • Power Amp: MOSFET
  • RMS Power Output: 200watts @ 4ohms
  • Tone Controls: 3-Band
  • Mid Tone Control: Ultra Mid
  • Balanced Line Out: with Pre/Post and Pad
  • Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 12 x 5.5 x 10
The Ampeg SVT 210AV speaker cabinet:
  • LF Driver: 2 x 10" Eminence Speakers
  • RMS Power Handling: 200 Watts @ 8ohms
  • Frequency Response (-3dB): 58Hz-5kHz
  • Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 40Hz
  • Nominal Impedance: 1 x 8 ohms (Mono)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 13 x 24 x 11
  • Handling Weight: 25.9 lb.
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AmpegMicro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack
 
4.7

(based on 36 reviews)

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85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (12)
  • Excellent sound (12)
  • Portable (11)
  • Good power output (9)
  • Warm / comfy (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Home studio (11)
  • Amateur recording (7)
  • Performances (7)
  • Outdoor events / games (4)
  • Professional recording (4)
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    • Experienced (10)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Lightweight Solution

This amp has been a solution for me in so many ways. First, no bassist wants to downsize, but bringing around a fridge everywhere simply isn't convenient. I downsized to the Micro VR...Read complete review

This amp has been a solution for me in so many ways. First, no bassist wants to downsize, but bringing around a fridge everywhere simply isn't convenient. I downsized to the Micro VR for lack of space in my car and convenience of practice and gigging. The thing is, many professional bassists play with this amp. After owning mine for 3 years, I can easily understand why.

Tone. This amp allows you to quickly dial in your tone. More than playing with effects, I have been trying out many tonal options with the amp and it is simple and intuitive. 3 band EQ, Gain, Volume, Limiter, and a Pad (not necessarily in that order). It is just the least amount of options to dial in exactly what a bassist needs.

Intuitive. Although there are instructions, you can dial in a tone without them. I play many styles and I fiddle with the EQ, Gain, and Volume a lot in practice and live (the sound man and I don't always get along). If I mess something up, I can quickly correct it.

XLR out. I have made some fantastic recordings with this head. Even when playing live, the XLR out sends the same tone that I hear through the cabinet. Rather than bringing around a mic that I prefer with the speaker, I actually now prefer the XLR out on its own.

Lightweight. I really like making 1 or 2 trips at most with all my gear to the stage. I have a cab, head, pedal bag with pedals and cables, and my bass. It is so convenient, I can't express this enough. This bass amp is light! Others have said that the total weight is about 33 to 35 lbs. I can't confirm or deny this as I have never weighed my cab and head, but it is extremely lightweight compared with other cabinets and heads that I have owned.

Apartment practice. If you are in an apartment or at a hotel, you can plug in headphones to the head and get the same tones. You don't need the cabinet plugged in. I have done this at odd hours and practiced until I feel confident (this could be hours of practice) and neighbors have never complained.

Versatile. You can throw any bass at this amp. If you want to play with an acoustic bass or electric bass, this amp can handle it. If you want to play a 5 or 6 string bass, it can handle it. The low B resonates really strong in one of my cabinets, so I will lower the "Bass" EQ parameter to compensate, but is pretty even on everything else.

Overall, this is a fantastic bass amp. Try one out at a local shop if you are worried, but it's likely that you will be happy with the Micro VR.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

2 years old and amp died, taking the speaker with it

I loved this amp/spkr combination. Light, great sound, not the most powerful amp but it did hold up in practices in our practice space with drums, horns, guitars. Less than 2...Read complete review

I loved this amp/spkr combination. Light, great sound, not the most powerful amp but it did hold up in practices in our practice space with drums, horns, guitars. Less than 2 years old, though, and suddenly made odd sound, started to smell bad, and apparently sent enough juice to the speakers that they fried also. That is disappointing. Will look at other brands. The real SVTs are probably fine, but this Micro SVT did not stand up. BTW - it never left my studio.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Modular approach to Bass Amplification

By EMDSD

from Dallas, Texas (more or less)

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

Well thought out. Great set of usable features (the only thing I miss is a preamp out kill switch for tuning and intermissions). Plenty of reserve power. Classic Ampeg "colored" sound.I purchased two Ampeg SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinets with Micro-VR Head. I use both cabs (one in front and one behind) with the amp head plugged in to the main board. Only one cab for "acoustic" and small venue gigs. I use just the Micro-VR head and a set of phones for practice at times.In a day when hybrids and urban transportation is in vogue with high fuel costs a "bring only what you need" modular approach makes a lot of sense. With the Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinets, the only thing I lost from retiring my big Trace Elliot was excess weight.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

ampeg big sound,little amp!!!!

By jeremy duncan

from australia

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

overall, i think if you are looking for anew amp, take a look at this one, suprisingly powerful and lots of bottom. effects send-return, E.Q. i am very happy with mine and i think you should check it out!!!!
THIS AMP ROCKS!!! after a long hiatus from playing i went to the music store and played trough a pile of amps thinking the ampeg is a little 'dinky lookin number, how wrong i was! i used to play through a T>E smx 350, but this amp is so much better. i read a review saying a guy put another ampeg (matching)speaker with his, i recomend this!!!!
great quallity, great 'ampeg' sound. have used it in a recording and it comes out a treat
of course you could spend a fortune on an amp but this little sucker is worth every cent,(and more). very good amp

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Ampeg sound with the weight

By Edward Lea

from Bayou State

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

Just what I was looking for small enough to move, perfect for small to med gigs no need to haul around backbreaking rigs if you need more just line out to pa
xlr line out to pa 8 or 4 ohm output able to add extra cabinet and easy to haul and set up. This amp really rocks very loud with just 1 cabinet and pure ampeg tone
perfect finish

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Impressive

By John Debevec

from Undisclosed

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I am an owner of an SVT-6-10HLF and is powered by an SVT3. To be able to take this monster to practice was a job and unfortunetly I have no roadie to speak of(excluding band mates). When I opened the package and took it out and set it up I was like I don't know, but once i plugged it in, ya game over. Very happy with the sound I get and my back is happy too.
Simple and to the point.
Great looking cab and head.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Lightweight Solution

By MattBailey

from Provo, UT

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Limited Functions

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

This amp has been a solution for me in so many ways. First, no bassist wants to downsize, but bringing around a fridge everywhere simply isn't convenient. I downsized to the Micro VR for lack of space in my car and convenience of practice and gigging. The thing is, many professional bassists play with this amp. After owning mine for 3 years, I can easily understand why.

Tone. This amp allows you to quickly dial in your tone. More than playing with effects, I have been trying out many tonal options with the amp and it is simple and intuitive. 3 band EQ, Gain, Volume, Limiter, and a Pad (not necessarily in that order). It is just the least amount of options to dial in exactly what a bassist needs.

Intuitive. Although there are instructions, you can dial in a tone without them. I play many styles and I fiddle with the EQ, Gain, and Volume a lot in practice and live (the sound man and I don't always get along). If I mess something up, I can quickly correct it.

XLR out. I have made some fantastic recordings with this head. Even when playing live, the XLR out sends the same tone that I hear through the cabinet. Rather than bringing around a mic that I prefer with the speaker, I actually now prefer the XLR out on its own.

Lightweight. I really like making 1 or 2 trips at most with all my gear to the stage. I have a cab, head, pedal bag with pedals and cables, and my bass. It is so convenient, I can't express this enough. This bass amp is light! Others have said that the total weight is about 33 to 35 lbs. I can't confirm or deny this as I have never weighed my cab and head, but it is extremely lightweight compared with other cabinets and heads that I have owned.

Apartment practice. If you are in an apartment or at a hotel, you can plug in headphones to the head and get the same tones. You don't need the cabinet plugged in. I have done this at odd hours and practiced until I feel confident (this could be hours of practice) and neighbors have never complained.

Versatile. You can throw any bass at this amp. If you want to play with an acoustic bass or electric bass, this amp can handle it. If you want to play a 5 or 6 string bass, it can handle it. The low B resonates really strong in one of my cabinets, so I will lower the "Bass" EQ parameter to compensate, but is pretty even on everything else.

Overall, this is a fantastic bass amp. Try one out at a local shop if you are worried, but it's likely that you will be happy with the Micro VR.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Tone

By Dillon Hunter

from Ohio

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good For Small Gigs
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable

Cons

  • Limited Functions

Best Uses

  • Small gigs

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

Whoever was complaining about the cooling fan for the head, don't listen to them u cant hear it unless u plan on turning on the amp just to sit there and stare at it. when u plug in your bass and play you wont even notice it. Great job ampeg for making a portable, affordable, great sounding amp.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Un-Freaking-Believeable!!!!!!

By BluesPlayer

from Dallas, Texas

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

For what this thing is and what it does...well...it's tops. 200 watts of that classic Ampeg sound delivered in a lightweight package. This was the biggie for me. I'm tired of carrying around huge amp stacks (my former 500W Hartke full stack) or 60+ pound combos (my former Ashdown Electric Blue 180/15). The head of this half-stack weighs a little over 9 pounds and the cab is only 26!!! Talk about easy to carry!!!NOTE: This amp is NOT for everyone. If you're looking for stadium-level volume or need a big rock sound, look elsewhere.I play bass in my 12-piece (5 horns) blues/blues-rock band. I send a signal to the mixing board via XLR directly out of my Bass V-Amp Pro. This puppy is the stage monitor for me and my drummer.However, when we play as a 5-piece blues band in a smaller setting, this is my stage amp. For me, it's a beautiful double-duty package that weights virtually nothing (compared to heavy combos and stacks).There's nothing fancy on this rig but it does have an effects loop (I use the return from my Bass V-Amp Pro) and an XLR out if you want to send the signal to a board. Power, tone, gain, volume, limiter and a 15dB pad for active instruments. All very basic but the loop and XLR are exactly what I need...nothing more.The sound is identical to an Ampeg 2x10 combo but you don't have to carry all that weight. At 62-years old, I'll leave the bigger stuff to the younger generation.

(6 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Feedback

By Rontr

from Minnesota

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I am an Ampeg guy , love the tone and run an SVT Pro with half stack for bigger gigs. I bought this as a practice amp and for small venues. I returned it due to the noisy fan. Sounds great and I like the concept but couldn't live with the fan. Picked up a 50 watt solid state Ampeg for practice
Good features, would have been nice to have a mute switch. The fan is on all of the time and is noisy.
Good value for the price. Sound awesome with 2 speaker towers.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Loving my first Ampeg!

By Chris587

from FL

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I have been a fan of the SVT tone for some time. I decided this would be a portable, reasonably priced way of getting that tone. I was immediately impressed with the stack when it arrived. First, both the head and cabinet were double boxed with thick cardboard and foam packing bracing. This was really nice to see. I got everything unpacked and set up and plugged in my Squier VM Jazz (4-string standard tuning). The amp has a fan that runs, but it's very quiet. You can't hear the fan once you start playing, even with the volume really low. I set the EQ flat and turned up the gain while playing. I couldn't get the preamp to clip except playing slap with it almost dimed. This may be the pickups on my bass not being that loud, but realize you won't get a tube-like distortion/overdrive with this amp...use an effect pedal for that. Anyway, I put the gain at about 3 o' clock, brought up the master volume and was very impressed with what I was hearing. The tone was spectacular. Warm, focused low-end, punchy midrange and smooth treble. It's obviously not a tube SVT, but the tone sure comes close enough for me. I messed around with the EQ until I found "my" tone, but honestly I don't think any setting can truly sound "bad" with this amp. The simplicity is what makes it awesome. With the volume level at about 3 o' clock, the walls shake and you'll want to cover your ears. I don't foresee any problems playing this with drums and guitars (I don't play in bands that are SPL competitions anyway). The build quality of this amp is also excellent; all the knobs are smooth, the connections are solid and nothing rattled when I cranked it (not that any bass amp ever should, but with lower quality amps you'd be surprised). This is definitely worth the money if you're looking for a great sounding amp with solid build quality and good portability. And oh yeah, it looks awesome too!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Little Monster

By Old Bass Wizzard

from Bellefonte, Pa.

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

The Ampeg Micro-VR and SVT210AV is a lightweight wonder. After back surgery, the term lightweight took on new meaning. The problem was finding a light weight rig with good tone. This rig does the job. I played an outside gig with this rig with 2 cabs. Though I had a line out to the PA the soundman told me he didn't have to bring me into the mix. I would recommend getting 2 of the SVT210AV cabs if you play large rooms or outdoor gigs.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect "bass" rig for guitarist

By heynowallstarr

from Gainesville, FL

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Lightweight
  • Looks That Kill
  • Portable
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Weak Cooling Fan

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Proving Size Don't Matter

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I am using this rig in a different way than other reviews have stated, so keep that in mind. I am not a bassist, so take this with a grain of salt.

I play in a two-piece band with my guitar running through an EHX POG 2 into this for our bass sound. As soon as I got the stack in the mail, it took me about five seconds to dial in a tone that I loved. I bought this amp on a whim because the price was right, but mostly because of how lightweight it is. This was an important factor because I have to haul a Roland JC-120, a Fender Blues Jr., and now this. The stack weighs less than either of my other two amps. For what I am using it for, it is absolutely perfect. It has a warm, clear tone, plenty of volume, and it looks like R2-D2.

And to people complaining about the noisy fan, what, are you placing a microphone behind the head? As soon as you play a note, you can't hear the fan. That being said, my one concern with this amp is maybe the fan doesn't do enough to cool down the head. I notice a sort of burning smell after playing at a decent volume when practicing. But, luckily, the head has an XLR out, so when we play a show, I can leave the head at a safer volume and let the sound guy work with it.

While setting up for the first time I used my new rig live, I had a few drunk guys come up and say very loudly by the side of the stage that the amp must be for "feminine" guys such as myself. They stayed by the front of the stage, jeering us as we did our soundcheck...until I turned on my rig. After the set, I had strangers approach me for the rest of the night asking about the amp, complimenting how heavy and clear it sounded, and asking if I would be willing to sell it/where I got it. They were all amazed that an amp so small and relatively cheap could make our band sound so huge.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow!

By Eppiphoneguy

from Hamilton,ON,Canada.

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

This litle amp packs a huge punch! It's not the biggest amp ever but it has the tone and the volume that every bassist wants. If you want my advice, buy this amp. You won't regret it!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It really does sound like an SVT!

By T.M.M.

from L.A., CA

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I've got to say this little guy is on the top of my list for bass amps. I'm an engineer and I most often use an SVT Classic with the 810 cab, and that sounds great. But for a fraction of the cost, and a fraction of the size, to have an amp that can sound just as good? Well that's an absolute dream come true. Its a winner all the way around for me. Easier to move, easier to mic, easier to record at a lower volume, easier to love. I can't tell you how well this will handle abuse and gigging, but I can tell you its a wonderful sounding amp to have. Just don't use the limiter, its a cheap limiter and will color your tone in an undesirable way.

(3 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice........

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

I am a bass player in a band, and we been giging, I need a smaller amp, because my pevay stack is to hevay i've heard a lot about this, and it's a good amp, so in 39 day's I well leave a "own it" review.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Terrific Little Ampeg!

By Doug LeBow

from L.A.

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Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

If you?re looking for an amp that is small enough to use as a practice amp, but powerful enough to gig with, this one has enough of the classic Ampeg vibe to make it worthwhile. The head weighs only 9 lbs, while the 210 cab weighs 25 lbs., making it easy to carry both pieces, one in each hand.The Micro-VR really does have that "round and warm" Ampeg sound. This little mighty mite - my bandmates have dubbed it "R2D2" - has got plenty of power to work in a 5 piece band (150 watts into 8 ohms), with an XLR out on the back for a line to the FOH mixer, and an option to add another 210 cab to realize its full 200 watt (into 4 ohms) potential.The EQ is straightforward and easy. I play Fenders and a Hofner Club Bass through it, and have no trouble dialing in the right sound for each.The only downside is the thickness of the Tolex covering. Seems thinner than other Ampegs and Fenders, so I bought a heavy duty amp cover on eBay. That's why I took off half a point for quality.It?s not inexpensive, but it is well worth the price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

2 years old and amp died, taking the speaker with it

By Parker Player (with a Rick)

from Kingsport, TN

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Excellent Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio

    Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

    I loved this amp/spkr combination. Light, great sound, not the most powerful amp but it did hold up in practices in our practice space with drums, horns, guitars. Less than 2 years old, though, and suddenly made odd sound, started to smell bad, and apparently sent enough juice to the speakers that they fried also. That is disappointing. Will look at other brands. The real SVTs are probably fine, but this Micro SVT did not stand up. BTW - it never left my studio.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    What are you waiting for?? !!

    By rlb

    from Virginia Beach, VA

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable
    • Powerful

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances

      Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

      I am loving this rig! I own a 410 cab, an SVT 3-Pro, and a BA 210 Digital, and they now stay at home while I'm gigging.. I have used this as a stand alone for small venues, and as a stage monitor for some larger venues. I usually go direct through our board/system with an XLR out from my Tech21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI and only use IEM's. Then, I run a 1/4" instrument cable from the other output on the back of the SansAmp to the input of the Micro VR. Voilà. A stage monitor that I can control the volume separately from the signal sent to the board. Oh yeah.... and this is only with one of the SVT210AV cabs... I'm ordering another cab so I can get the full 200W at 4 ohms.... Buy it......You'll love it...

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awesome Practice/Small Performance Amp!

      By ChurchBass

      from Pikeville, KY

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Church Praise Groups
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Smaller Performances

        Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

        Amp sounds great, really breathed new life into my basses. It's surprisingly light and so much easier to lug around than my other combo practice amps. I've performed live a few times with this amp and my bandmates are happy with it too. Price wasn't bad overall, and I'll definitely be looking for more affordable Ampeg bass gear to come. No complaints, no problems, no doubt. Don't know how it might do in larger auditoriums but is perfect for our 200-seat church sanctuary with plenty of umph left over for other sites, just haven't had the opportunity to test larger environs yet. Looking forward to testing our limits.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Sweet Amp!

        By MSW

        from Jacksonville, FL

        Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

        The quality and versatility of this amp cannot be understated, I have had mine for 4 months and have used for indoor and outdoor gigs with no issues. I use the XLR out to run through the PA for the outdoor gigs for a little extra volume but in the club, this amp more than holds it own. The tone is punchy and you can dial in a nice growl.

         
        3.0

        What is the fan alway on?

        By crow jane

        from San Francisco, CA

        About Me Novice

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Powerful

        Cons

        • The fan starts when power is ON. And stays on.

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio

        Comments about Ampeg Micro-VR Bass Amp Head and SVT210AV Bass Speaker Cabinet Stack:

        I got this to power my two Steinbergers an L1 and a Spirit. I keep the L1 in a box at the bank so when I got an Ampeg, it came home for a short time. I hardly use it, really. I play at home and the fan irritates me. IIf I use headphones what is the point.

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