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Acoustic B100mkII 100W Bass Combo Amp
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A 100W combo designed for recording, rehearsal and live shows with a full range of abilities and tones.

The Acoustic B100MKII 100W Bass Combo Amp is perfect for club and live applications. The B100MKII pumps 100 Watts RMS into the internal custom-designed speaker, delivering the classic Acoustic "Pro's Tone" in a portable, powerful design. A separate overdrive channel allows you to blend your clean and distorted tones for amazing sonic range, and the built-in compression works to smooth out your dynamics. The B100 MKII also includes a notch filter to tailor your mids and a 4-band EQ with shape control ensures you get that legendary Acoustic tone.

Acoustic B100mkII 100W Bass Combo Amp Features:

  • 100 Watts
    15" Custom-designed speaker
    1/4" input w/-10dB pad for active basses
    Solid state preamp
    Gain, Overdrive (switchable), Overdrive level and Volume controls
    Notch filter w/ selectable frequency
    4 band EQ w/ shape control
    1/8" stereo Aux/MP3 and headphone jack inputs
    Effects loop (1/4" send and return)
    XLR direct output w/ level control, pre/post switch and ground lift
    "Acousti-Comp" built-in compressor

Acoustic B100mkII 100W Bass Combo Amp Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 19.1"W x 15.2" D x 24.4" H
    Weight: 55.5 lb.

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  • Great combo amp

    As reviewed by duane galambos on 3/16/2013

    simple to use, capable of dialing in any tone, no unwanted fluff and buff. if you are a bass player that wants a solid utilitarian combo amp that can handle practice to gig without all the cheesy modeling and effects banks then this is your amp. I'm satisfied with the product at the service I received from Guitar Center. I had a problem with an early bass amp order and they went out of their way to make it right. I have been dealing with GC for over 2 years now and they have not disappointed me online or in their showroom. good product, good company.

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  • Best Bass Amp Value

    As reviewed by Steven Kaufman on 12/5/2012

    I have this second version of this B100 bass amp from Acoustic, Inc. They have upgraded it with an overdrive channel and a shape function. Both are useful. The overdrive, if set conservatively, produces a nice tubey sound. The shape function boosts lows and highs while minimizing the midrange. You should be able to jam with just about anyone and also do gigs with a full band. Nice deep tone. Get one and enjoy!

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  • Clean channel not so great, overdrive channel pretty cool

    As reviewed by Brian Ettinger on 4/24/2014

    Obviously this score is in comparison to other amps I have played in similar price range (Behringer, Ampeg, Hartke). I've been using this amp with my SG bass (which does have brutal pickups), but I have never been too impressed with Acoustic amps. I think they are the driest sounding amps you can buy (along with Crates). They lack character for a solid state and there really is not much versatility with these amps. I personally have had much better use with Behringer amps. I had one that I got at a pawn shop with an aluminum speaker for $90 and I have played that thing at full volume for years and it has always held it together (even after producing smoke on a few occasions). This Acoustic amp can't handle the volume at all. It sounds terrible turned up and the eq's along with the frequency shaper are worthless. The only plus is the overdrive channel. I must say the overdrive has a satisfying sound, that was actually the deciding factor for me in getting this amp. It's very hard to find or produce a quality sounding fuzz,distorted, or highly overdriven sound for bass. Just spend an hour researching bass pedals and watch them all being demoed on youtube. you will see that they all suck and don't sound cool at all. The overdriven sound on this amp sounds cool. So, if you want to play heavy downtempo stoner rock, or mimic the sounds of Cream or Yes, or play cool jazz/funk music lead by the melodies of a heavily overdriven bass. Then this amp is the cheapest way to get a pretty darn good sound for those styles, yet don't expect to ever be able to use the clean channel. Rock and Roll!

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