#1
So I've been playing my Spector Legend Custom 5 through a Fender Bassman 400 Pro Combo of a friend's for a few weeks now, and I LOVE the sound I get with it. They refused to sell it and I was pretty bummed, because I was in the market for a new amp and they stopped making that amp a few years ago. The next day, lo and behold, I stopped over at the local music store, only to find a new 400 Pro Combo. I couldn't believe my luck, and am stopping over tomorrow to potentially buy it. It has the Bassman 400 Pro head with a 2x10 cab and a built in tuner. It has a surprising amount of low end, and is quite loud. I don't plan on playing any gigs where I would have to rely on its full power, and it has an XLR out for PA systems.

So UG, any thoughts/criticism/hate/love toward the amp that I should be aware of before I buy it?

Thank ya kindly.
#2
its good never owned 1 but anytime i plug random basses into em in shops i get good round sound + they feel solid + built in tuner is nice a main reason i plug into these when dealing with all the de-tuned shop basses - i have to over-compensate with rig only reason i dont have a bassman 2x10 combo....better than the 1x15s also IMO....

good find it IS agood all in one

Have Fun!
#3
I've never heard anything wrong with that series, so my guess is go for it.
#4
Love these amps. Fender knows how to make em. I would jump on it.
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#6
I've never heard bad things about those amps. I heard the Bassman series of amps are pretty good, however I have heard you can get better in that price range. But if you play it and you like it, then I would see no reason to not buy it.
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