Behringer Ultrabass BX600 Combo AmpProduct #480678 Behringer 480678 HABDB Solid State Combo Bass Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Compact yet surprisingly powerful.
The Behringer Ultrabass BX600 Combo Amp is small enough to travel easily, yet with its first-class 60W amp and Dynamizer circuitry, it can also kick butt at the gig. A 4-band EQ plus a Shape function gives you plenty of tone-tweaking capability. Connections galore.
- 60W RMS amp in a bass reflex cabinet
- Custom-made 12" speaker
- Active, extremely musical 4-band EQ
- Tunable, switchable Shape function
- 2 inputs for connection of active and passive instruments
- Dynamizer circuitry for ultimate punch at any volume
- Stereo tape input, power amp in, preamp out, phones out, line out including all preamp settings
- Dimensions: 18-1/4"W x 21-3/4"H x 12"D
- Weight: 44 lbs.
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Most Liked Positive Review
awesome bass amp
this bass amp is one of the best, not that expensive either, i received one of these on Christmas and i love it, the picture doesn't do it any justice the amp is...Read complete review
this bass amp is one of the best, not that expensive either, i received one of these on Christmas and i love it, the picture doesn't do it any justice the amp is huge so don't think it's small, it also sounds great with the shape function turned all the way up
Most Liked Negative Review
Good electronics, nice sound, but there are better amps out there. I am sending it back for repairs to the speaker, which blew out. If it had a better speaker, it would...Read complete review
Good electronics, nice sound, but there are better amps out there. I am sending it back for repairs to the speaker, which blew out. If it had a better speaker, it would be a great amp.
Reviewed by 38 customers
IVE HAD THIS AMP FOR 3 YEARS, and its always performed well even wiht the bass all the way up at high volumes, its played soo many gigs, and practices, been hauled around and beat up and it STILL woks great,i t has a great overall sound no matter what bass it is cuz it has so much sound versitility that you can jsut basically make the tone anyway you want it!!! its such a great deal, i might buy another one once this one dies, i mean, i love it but it wont last forever, so ill buy one of these again so i wont have to haul my Stack everywere, and to small gigs and practices you know, hope this helps!!!!!!!!
this is an awesome amp for the price! its loud enough for small gigs and can keep up with two guitars cranked up and a really loud drummer...wouldnt hesitate to buy this amp
I would have to say this amp has a pretty good tone and volume. It can handle a small gig, but i wouldn't push it too much with a full band. Great for a beginner that doesn't want to be stuck with a little 8" amp. I have owned 2 other Behringer amps, and all have preformed well. Great buy.
Bought one for my bass and found it great for my 6 string. Nice for playing jazz/R&B. The shaping unit is very nice for this sound. Thought of upgrading my bass amp to replace it. Tried a few larger - big brand - amps and played them side by side with this one. The 600 won side by side tests. This amp stands up to two guitars and drums cranked up. My kids borrow the 600 when they are gigging in clubs. The 600 has become popular among their rocker friends who they jam/play out with. They are into metal and love it using their pedals. May have to buy a 3rd one soon the way thngs are going.
This amp sounds really good. It has lots of punch even at lower volumes. It's just loud enough to practice with a drummer.
I had every intent to buy a Peavey Max 112, which is a 40 watt 1x12. I saw this and decided to get it. It seemed a bit large, but it is no bigger than the peavey. This has more watts (60) for less. This is a great amp. As some of the other reviewers said, I did get some distortion at higher volume. Oh, wait a minute, that is the rafters rattling. I will buy a bigger behringer to replace my Peavey TNT next time. I highly recommend this little baby.
I purchased this amp about 4months ago and it has worked wondors for me. Its all you will ever need it is small but can pack one hell of a punch.
Those Germans know what they are doing when it comes to building bass amps! I have owned this since November 2004 (7 months) and I haven't had a single problem with it! It has amazing sound that is so tweakable and versatile you can't even imagine! This amp is perfect for a beginner, intermediate, or expert player. It is extremely rugged and very gig-worthy. I play in a youth group band once a week and I use this amp every time. It is incredibly loud for a 60 watt amp and I still haven't turned it up past 4 (of 12). I can get any kind of sound out of this, and the low-end response it great. You just can't beat this amp.
The shape function is sick. You can make it very "shallow" and punk-sounding or just pure bass, no treble whatsoever. The EQ is very nice, too. I play it witha 5 string and the speaker handles it very well. I played an Ibanez active 5 string through it and boy oh boy...it was NIIIICE....this amp really brought out what that bass was capable of. Overall, an AWESOME amp for the price.
Purchased this bass guitar amp for my teenage daughter to learn to play bass guitar with. Selection reason was that it was the lowest cost 60 watt bass guitar amplifier available. (power to cost ratio)THE GOOD: Size- this thing is almost the size of a nightstand. Tone- will not win any sound and music awards, but it has a sweeter tone than other equivalent amps. Plug-ins a guitar can be simultaneously plugged in... do not expect any crunch or distortion at all. Solid Cabinet- weight: [44lbs or 88+kgs] Will be an issue for smaller persons.THE BAD: BUZZ- buzzed right out of the box... backed off the mid and high treble switches to quelch most of it. Delicate switches... probably will not stand 5-15 years of repeated adjustments. Loudness was less than expected for a 60 watt bass amp. (plugged in a smaller 10 watt guitar amp with overdrive/distortion and rocked that huge 12 inch speaker though...)