Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRABASS BXL3000
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Best bass for buck
17 December 2011
Summary: This amp is awesome. I've had around 5 bass ambut ps including solid state and tube. Or cabinet/head combos. So far this takes the cake. No feedback no buzzing or humming which is pretty common in combos like this. Do yourself a favor and buy this if you gig.
Summary: Does anyone know what the input voltage rating for Behringer ULTRABASS BXL3000 300-Watt 2-Channel Bass Workstation is? does it have a dual power rating can it be used in africa with 220-240 volts ac?
Summary: This amp is very powerful & has a lot of features. The price I paid was unbeatable ($242). Unfortunately it was too powerful for an apartment. It rattled the floor on the slightest volume. I had to exchange it for the BXL900.
Summary: This is a great amp for my needs. Smooth ordering and quick delivery to my door. I recently purchased the Behringer 300 w keyboard amp and it was so great that I bought the 300 w Bass amp also.
Summary: This amp is intended for live performance in smaller venues. It is loud enough to match the kick drum. It provides a solid deep bass sound. The equalizer is great. Bass players will likely crank up the ultra bass and will set the equalizer to maximize the lowest tones. Bass amps are often used to amplify acoustic instruments like violin, dobro, banjo, or mandolin so is is convenient to be able to boost high tones.
Summary: I just picked up this baby for my BDay, after having my old faithful Trace Elliot die on me. Money is tight and so I took a chance, man I'm glad I did! This baby is C.L.E.A.N with a capital C! Even on the lowest settings the tone is full and rich, and it even comes with an effects loop, balanced DI, and 2 button footswitch!