Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRABASS BXL450
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28 December 2011
Summary: not a bad little amp that can. it has enough power to keep up with our quitar man at a little over half loudness, as long as you are not playing metal or any real loud hear killing stuff this does a nice job. i have had no problems and it is a great light weight. i would recommend this over the 30 watt units available as it does have more bottom and power. it is very ajustable for playing old country to rock and pop.
Summary: I love this amp. It's all I was hoping for. I use it with my Fender P bass and also run my lap steel through it. It has a great sound for the lap steel which surprised me. The built-in equalizer does a fine job of giving you variations of sound. I've used it on three gigs so far and it has performed well each time.
Summary: I too have purchased a Behringer, and even though I have not heard remarkable reviews about the brand, I decided to give this a try in my local Guitar Center. At first I was skeptical but, after fooling around with the tone controls, I liked it and it was in my price range. This was my second amp ever, so naturally I was looking for a good cheap practice amp, nothing too fancy, but just enough for me to practice and get some decent tone.
Pros: Good Practice Amp
Cons: Needs some maintenance, I don't recommend it for gigs.
Summary: I needed a new amp for practicing and this one "fit" - for size and for price. It's loud enough to practice with a group, has a jack to hook headphones up that can double as a line out for home studio recording or just to practice without disturbing anyone, and is easy to tote around.
Summary: For the price, it's great. It'll rattle your room, basement, or even garage door. However, it's a little underpowered for hanging with anybody else - any Celestion 10" speakered guitar amp or bigger is going to drown this out. It's pretty light for what it is, so it's easy to move around, but even playing with a single guitarist everyone is straining to hear you at max output.
Summary: I bought the Behringer BXL450 Bass Station as a practice amp to hide alongside the couch in the living room so I wouldn't be limited to the rather big set-up I use for live gigs which is stored in my tiny office space, in my home. This little amp is surprisingly powerful and could be used for smaller live gigs. The equalizer works well to shape the sound, but I am still experimenting with the second channel sound manipulations.