The Eden E Series offeres Eden tone and features in a more affordable package. Lighter weight and user-friendly features, combined with high power and killer tone make the E Series the perfect choice ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Eden E Series offeres Eden tone and features in a more affordable package. Lighter weight and user-friendly features, combined with high power and killer tone make the E Series the perfect choice for intermediate players, semi-professionals, even touring pros who appreciate a great value.
The EC10 offers the perfect balance of power and an expanded feature set that allows the musician to expand their interaction with their amplifier without adding too much complexity. With 50W of power and a 10" speaker the EC10 offers a great practice tool while keeping size and weight down to a manageable level.
10" Eden designed 70W bass loudspeaker
Custom tuned and ported cabinet design for maximum response and efficiency
Three Stage EQ Bass, Mid and Treble with Eden "Enhance" EQ sweep
3.5mm jack socket for MP3 or other device connectivity
Single 1/4" headphone jack socket output
Built in effects loop
Single 1/4'' jack output for tuner connection
Power: 50W RMS
Speaker: 10" Eden Designed, 70W Power handling
Cabinet: Custom Tuned & Ported
Line input: 3.5mm jack for MP3 or other connectivity
Headphone jack: 1/4"
EQ Section: 3 Stage EQ Bass, Mid and Treble with Eden "Enhance" EQ sweep
Dimensions: 13" x 15.6" x 12.5"
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Comments about Eden EC10 50W 1x10 Solid State Bass Combo Amp:
Let's get the good out of the way. The amp sounds very nice for a small practice amp, just like an Eden should. Now the bad. The first thing I noticed was that the input jack had a cheep feel to it, and was kinda flimsy. Then, the input for the iPod cracked once or twice, then stopped working completely. What a let down.