#1
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Acoustic-B200H-Bass-Amp-Head-B410-Bass-Speaker-Cabinet-Stack?sku=484900

I'm wanting to buy this acoustic amp, though after seeing the harmony central reviews of acoustics other stuff, i'm a tad hesitant. should i still get it or go with something else? $600 is my limit. with a new amp ill be playing in a metal band at high volumes and want to cut through.
My Rig:
Yamaha RBX 375 bass
Peavey Millenium BXP bass (won at Summer Slaughter 2010, signed by all the bands)
Eden Nemesis NC410 320w combo amp
Check out Tyrannicide, my death/thrash metal band:
http://www.myspace.com/tyrannicidemetal
Last edited by TheTortured at Sep 26, 2009,
#3
its only 3 band eq and 210. i doubt its volume is going to compare. it might be 300 watts, but hence. I can't see the reason in buying.
My Rig:
Yamaha RBX 375 bass
Peavey Millenium BXP bass (won at Summer Slaughter 2010, signed by all the bands)
Eden Nemesis NC410 320w combo amp
Check out Tyrannicide, my death/thrash metal band:
http://www.myspace.com/tyrannicidemetal
#4
I mainly use my Acoustic as a big speaker now because of my preamp/pedals.

It doesn't sound bad, but it doesn't sound like anything special.. it's just kind of there.
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#5
I love love love my Acoustic B100. However, like lordofthefood said, it's just kind of there. It doesn't shape your tone that much and it's really transparent. So if you like the tone your bass has, then it's great.

That being said, I don't know if you'll be able to get a metal tone with Acoustic equipment. You may be better off getting that 300W Ampeg, because Ampeg is known for having a much more thick, heavy tone.
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