Marshall MB60 60W 1x12" Hybrid Bass Combo AmpProduct #483999 Marshall 483999 HABDA Hybrid Combo Bass Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Plenty of punch for practice or small gigs!
The portable Marshall MB60 is a 60W, 1x12 bass combo amp that packs a mighty bottom-end punch making it ideal for rehearsal rooms or pub gigs. The MB60 combo has 2 channels--Modern and Classic--with separate EQ for each. The Modern channel features Bass, Treble, parametric Mid, and switchable compressor with variable level control. The Classic channel, with its ECC83 pre-amp valve, includes a Boost switch, 3-band passive tone network, and features a mid-Voice control with 3 modes. Both channels are selectable via the supplied single footswitch.
- EXX83 Pre-Amp Valve
- Boost Switch
- Mid Voices
- FX Loop
- 2 Channels
- DI Line Out: XLR (Pre & Post)
MB60 60W 1x12" Hybrid Bass Combo Amp Specifications:
- Power (RMS): 60W
- Speaker configuration: 1 x 12"
- Dimensions (mm): 535 x 505 x 325mm
- Weight: 23kg
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
Comments about Marshall MB60 60W 1x12" Hybrid Bass Combo Amp:
This is the smallest hybrid bass amp Marshall has, and it's really a great amp. I wanted something I could use as a lighter-weight practice amp, as well as be able to crank it up to be heard over drums. This amp can do it, even though it's just 60 watts.
The two channels are really a nice feature, and the classic one can get really good tube distortion. Probably one of the best deals you can find on a hybrid bass amp.
Like I said, it's loud enough to play with a full band even though it doesn't give you much headroom , and I use it for rehearsal, recording and small gigs. I definitely would recommend this amp!
Ryke- The Zero Summers