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Ashdown Pibass -240 and Mi 12 Speaker Review

Ď€ = 240 Watts Ashdown Engineering's PiBass head is the signature model of Polish bass legend Wojtek Pilichowski. I tested it along with the Mi12, a cabinet featuring a 12" speaker. The two products combine to make a 240-watt stack that costs under $900, and has a total weight of under 42 lbs, so it's not hard to see why Audiofanzine pushed me to do this review. read more…

Eden Electronics WTX-500 Amplifier Head and EX110 Speaker Cabinet Review

Care For Your Garden When I was starting out as a bass player I didn't dream about the ideal amp. Of course, I fantasized about bass guitars but I can't remember being excited by a great combo or a bulky stack. For me, amplifiers were only useful tools: you had to plug into one to get a sound. And the most important thing was to have enough output volume, regardless of the sound quality. But the years and the road have taught me that in order to increase my skills as a musician I had to improve the most essential sense to make music: my hearing. read more…

TC Electronic BH500 and BC210 Review

Red Peril in Denmark Ever since the futuristic RH450 came out (directly from a Georges Lucas film), the viking manufacturer has kept on developing products for bass players. read more…

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Ampeg SVT210AV (Ampeg - SVT-210AV)

By MGR/Billy, 20/05/2011
This is a new cab put out by Ampeg. 2 10' speakers stacked to look like the infamous Ampeg 8x10 SVT only smaller.

I wanted a bass cab that could rock a small bar gig, yet not be a total buzz kill to carry to my car then later up 2 flights of steps to my apartment. The Answer: The SVT210AV by Ampeg. Normally these are $299 but I bought a scratch and dent model for $220. Once I received I was pleasantly surprised to only find one little dangling string hanging off of the grill. One snip with the scissors and bye bye scratch and dent!

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It is only 30 pounds! I can easily grab the cab with one hand and my bass with the other. Makes loading and unloading almost too easy. I use the head with my Hartke HA2500 and it is a cookin' rig for a small room. The group I play with is a drummer, guitarist and singer.

If you stack the cab up against a 4x10 you will notice you are lacking the low lows, but hey if I'm DI'ing this rig into a large PA with subs, it doesn't even matter.

Black tolex and silver grill cloth. It's an attractive looking cab. The speakers are built for Ampeg by Eminence. They are rated 200 watts at 8ohms and I think it's a fair rating. I can crank it, yet I know there is a limit to the speakers.

A very handy cabinet for those in between gigs that you don't need a ton of power with. The cabinet has mixed well with all of the heads I have experimented with.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Peavey BVX 115 Cabinet (Peavey - 115 BVX)

By MGR/Billy, 27/11/2011
I was looking to build a bullet proof bass rig. I didn't care about looks, weight or portability. I wanted it to rock out every single night of the week.

I bought this 2010 Peavey Cab about 6 months ago on a closeout. It was originally $599 and I got it for $299. Since then I have played a whole mess of gigs with this cabinet.

It is a loud monster and keeps on ticking. The Peavey BVX puts out the power that most dual cabs put out.

It is made in America, how about that, when have you seen a cab this affordable made in the US?

It is a beast. I am going to say the cab weighs a cool 100 pounds. The metal grill on the front rattled a little bit. I unscrewed the grill and put some rubber washers between the grill and the cab. That fixed the problem 100%

It could get hit by a bus and damage the bus! Casters are a must. I put some on where the rubber feet were. Makes moving it bearable.

The 15' ported Black Widow speaker puts out 400 watts at 8 ohms with an 800 watt peak.

The frequency response is a super low 30 hz all the way up to 3.5 khz

If you don't mind the large size of Peavey's BVX 115 it will give you plenty of power, tone and reliability to boot.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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BVX 115 and TVX 410 (4 ohm) (Peavey - 115 BVX)

By Bassmanb3, 27/10/2018
A fellow Bassist and friend sold Me a BVX and a TVX for $140 because they were 4 ohms so He had to use 2 heads to run them, they were too heavy, and He needed the space. They both are great sounding cabs. If I only use one I use the BVX. To My ears it just sounds better, Counter to what You would think It has better definition of the highs than the TVX.
After Years of abusing a little Behringer 300 watt head running it at 2 ohms ( it sounded great), I finally solved the impedance issues. Just got a Hartke LH1000. Tube preamp and two 500 watt power amps. Yielding 320 watts to each cab at 4 ohms. Wow! Finally unleashing the full potential of these cabs. Awesome!!!! Really move some air!
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News Bass Guitar Speaker

[NAMM] Aguilar announces SL 410x Bass Cabinet

Published on 01/23/16
Aguilar Amplification presents the SL 410x bass cabinet, announced as a super lightweight bass cabinets "with no compromise in tone".

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