The Acoustic® B10 is a 10-watt bass amplifier with the power and versatility to play a variety of musical styles. It features a 10" best-in-class speaker with an enclosed cabinet design for maximum so... Read More
The Acoustic® B10 is a 10-watt bass amplifier with the power and versatility to play a variety of musical styles. It features a 10" best-in-class speaker with an enclosed cabinet design for maximum sound projection, and the B10's 3-band EQ provide maximum tonal control. A stereo headphone jack and aux input allow you to practice along with a CD or MP3 player. The B10's rugged construction, heavy-duty handle, and metal corners will stand up to years of constant use.
Reviewed by 17 customers
Great, that's all I can Say. I got this as my First bass amp and love it. Does good as a practice amp I use it for everything, even brought it and performed at church one time. Not much space or weight. I absolutely am amazed by the low end, believe me I've put that to the test. Great as an entry level, however if you plan on gigging on a large scale, I suggest something larger. However, This is the only amp you will ever need for practicing!
First off, I suspect that the store demo unit had a better speaker than the one I took home...it sounded GREAT n the store. The one I took home disappointed me a little, as compared to the store unit. However, after the addition of some acoustical damping in the speaker cabinet, and after the speaker has broken-in some, it's much, much better. This little guy is perfect for what I needed it for; a bass amp that gives full bass tone at a level which won't have my wife & daughter yelling at me to turn it down. It appears rather robustly built; very well constructed. Simple but functional controls. The 10" speaker allows it to produce thicker bass tones than a 8" or even 6-1/2" speaker such as some other bass practice amps have. I think now that I've got the speaker sorted out, this is probably the best bass practice amp on the market in terms of tone. I'm amazed that the mfr. didn't think to add some damping inside that speaker cabinet, because that simple addition improved the overall sound quality by a couple of orders of magnitude. I've emailed Acoustic and told them about this; maybe they'll consider the idea. Competitively priced, good build-quality, good sound. Recommended.
if your a bassist on the go then this is what you need. it gives a great "clean" sound that's excellent for slapping!! with 3 EQ settings you can get just about any sound you want out of it. its lightweight so if you got to go to a buddies house and jam, it makes it that much easier. however if our playing with an acoustic drum set or just anything thats loud this aint going to cut it, but its 10 watts what do you expect haha. but weather your just starting out or been playing for years, i highly recommend it.
All I have to say is wow. Wow, Wow, Wow. I just bought this Combo Amp tonight at my local Guitar Center, I brought it home and plugged it into my Bass PodXT, this amp cranked! It all the ends and didn't crackle or anything! I sounds great volumes and can maintain its sweet tones at very high levels!
I recently found myself in the market for a cheap practice amp I could easily throw in the car, unlike my Line 6 LD300. I tried out the Peavey MAX 158, Fender Rumble 15, and Acoustic B10. The Peavey sounded pretty muddy when I tuned down to drop C, and the Fender didn't sound good even tuning up to drop D. That's probably because both of them have an 8" speaker, though. The Acoustic is very clear and seems to possess a very unique and warm tone that doesn't begin to distort until the volume is 3/4 of the way up. The headphone jack and aux in are awesome for jamming along to your iPod or cd player late at night. After having played through this amp for about a month, I can say honestly I like the sound of this thing even better than my Line 6, not to mention it's easier on my back to move and doesn't take up my whole back seat. It's the perfect cheap amp for smaller apartments or throwing in the car to go jam with your buddies.
I was looking for a simple practice amp with some punch. This amp has it and can handle that low e with no problems. The amp is great and the price is right, do it.
I bought this bass amp and was very surprised at how you can pretty much get any type of tone you want.It can also get very loud as well! I am happy that i got this one over the other amp i had in mind to get when i had first went in. There is only one problem with it,sometimes when i turn it off it will make a loud POP and i would like to get it checked out but other then that it is a very good amp. If you'r not going to buy one at least try it. John Paul Jones had these type of amps and i can see why he likes them. Very good amp.
This amp is a pretty good practice amp. It won't wake your floor mates up when you're playing in the middle in the night, yet still maintain good clarity and good tone. However, do not expect that you can practice with a full band (unless your drummer uses an electronic drumkit - even then, you're really pushing the amp). The amp begins to sound really muddy and messed up if you crank the volume knob at 2 o'clock and greater. Definitely not good for your speakers. If you intend to play for a couple of small venues, get at an amp with at least 50W. In a nutshell; perfect practice amp - nothing more than that.
I bought this amp today at the behest of my wife, who was tired of hearing me whine about not being able to practice or play along with some of my acoustic-strumming friends. I've been playing for years, but haven't had an amp of my own in a while. My Fender P-Bass sounds exactly like a P-Bass through this with the tone controls all the way down, which I really dig. I can't give it five stars because it hisses when I turn the high up, but I don't play that way, anyway.
I bought this amp right before a practice because i was afraid of blowing out my line 6 guitar amps speaker trying to match the drummer, and i was surprised that i could actually be heard when we did a video recording over both guitarists amps, the drums and the vocal amp, great practice amp recommend it to anyone wanting to get started on bass.
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