The Ibanez SW35 35 Watt Bass Amp is a great choice for rehearsal or practice. This solid state bass amp cranks out 35 punchy watts through a tilt-back, closed-back cab for enhanced low-end. The 10" co... Read More
The Ibanez SW35 35 Watt Bass Amp is a great choice for rehearsal or practice. This solid state bass amp cranks out 35 punchy watts through a tilt-back, closed-back cab for enhanced low-end. The 10" coaxial speaker in the Ibanez SW35 offers a wide frequency response. Amplifier controls include bass, mid, treble, and presence. Ibanez also equipped the SW35 Bass Amp with a limiter with LED indicator, variable input with 10dB gain, master volume control, CD inputs, headphone out, line out, and effects send and return.
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Wow, when the old Kustom 110watt amp at church kicked the bucket... this amp was my only back up. While it didn't cut clean through, I could be heard in our 200 person auditorium. This amp will handle all the abuse you can throw at it. Great tone, and the onboard limiter will kepp things smooth and in check if you must play it wide open. Using the line out to link with other more powerful amps allows this amp to be a great stage monitor as well
I initially bought this amp for a practice amp but got caught in a jam at church when my main rig went out, and I was forced to use this one.It really stepped up to the plate and sounded nice and sweet as can be.This amp really MADE me a better player b/c it picks up EVERYTHING!!!! String noise, bad muting techniques,etc.. I would advise that most bass players get this amp b/c its probably one of the better one on the market
As an ameture bass player I start to learn the brands to trust like Ibanez. I wanted an amp to go along with my Ibanez GSR200 bass so I quickly purchased this 35 watt amp. With no experience with this product I was happy to know it was a successful buy. This amp is a must for a buyer wanting good sound and a resonable weight. I recommend this and almost all Ibanez products after using some of them(guitar products too).
let me just say the kicked back tilt on this amp is amazing the sound waves go out and into the air like it should. i think the only thing that sucks on here is the "limiter". this is probly just good enough to practice on because during bandpractice i turnd it up to overright the drums and i broke my friends Peavey bass Input Jack so just use it to practice with.
First off I am a DJ in a band and have been doing that forever so sound is my thing. I am just starting out to learn to play bass. I picked this amp out after searching a popular auction site for a combo amp or a head and a cab. Well couldn't find much for a beginner but a beginner who liked to hear what he's doing. I was looking for something with an EQ which this has and it works well you can make it sound heavy or soft depending on what your into. Also It has 10db gain button to make this thing sing. I was bummed at first because I thought it was on but wasn't very loud well I pushed the button and Boom!. I works well for a small space and I think it would be a great amp for studio use and practice. Can't say to much bad about it besides the presense knob is pretty much useless Unless your looking for some KORN type sounding clicks out of your bass. Great metal amp.
The Ibanez SW35, along with my Ibanez GSR200 bass create a deep, rich tone that is more than loud enough to drive my neighbors crazy. I have this thing cranked up below halfway and im afraid to turn it up more. If you live in an apartment this amp will be MORE than enough for your needs. The Presence knob confused me at first, but seems to add more of a high end "twang" to the sound. I keep it at 12:00. A great bass amp that will fill most peoples needs.
I bought the Ibanez SW35 to use for practice at home. It does a very good job of it, the sound is very full even at low volumes. At higher volumes, it is able to keep up with a 65 watt guitar amp quite easily. Using a Fender Standard Precision Bass, the amp's controls allow for a very wide variety of tones. The 10 dB gain button gives a very full and powerful sound. The aux inputs are handy for playing along with a cd. I like the tilt-back cabinet design because it gets the speaker up off the carpet and projects the sound better. Overall I am very happy with this amp and can't imagine anything beating it in the price range.
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