#1
I've been looking for a new amp recently and found this one on musiciansfriend.com:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-Ultrabass-BX1800-180W-1x12-Bass-Combo?sku=481102

It's a Behringer Ultrabass BX1800, and for the price it looks very good. The reviews on the site seemed pretty good, and I am considering buying it.

If anyone could give me a opinion of what it's like, or show me a better amp in that price range I would appreciate it. Thanks.
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#2
Behringer are cheap, but they are very unreliable. It's not worth getting an amp that will fail on you once the warranty is up.

Look on www.musicianswarehouse.com.au for ideas on other amps in that price range.
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#4
I have a Behringer and I can get some good sound out of it but I have had a lot of trouble with the electronics of it. My passive imput doesnt even work anymore and I get a lot of buzz when i turn the bass up alot. I dont recommend it.
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#6
yeah, i was wondering about the 45w version of this combo. for $130 usd, that's a pretty good deal, and i was wondering if it was too good of a deal.
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#7
I've also found a more expensive, but probably better amp in a Gallien-Krueger Backline 210 Combo Amp. What so you think of this one? Is it powerful enough for gigging? I've seen a few reviews for it and they sound good so I might get this when I round up some cash.
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#8
sounds like a good idea. gallien-krueger is a fairly good company.
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#9
Dude please dont get behringer they are unreliable and very low quality. (which is why thier soo cheap)
#10
I'd have a look at the Warwick sweet 15 and sweet 25 combos (150 and 250 watts respectivly i think).

I just got the sweet 15, and it has a gorgeous tone, and makes my squire sound fantastic. And it can definately get lound enough for small gigs. Full gain and volume is rather loud (in the cover your ears in shock way)
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#11
Well, one of the things that made me like the Gallien-Krueger was the built-in overdrive, which is pretty cool, and I think it's cheaper than the Warwick as well, so I might just save for that.
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