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Roland D-Bass 210 Amplifier

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Roland's most advanced bass amplifier employs proprietary Feed Forward Processing (FFP) with Active Speaker Control technology for a marked increase in speaker efficiency and response, loudness, and t... Click To Read More About This Product

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Roland's most advanced bass amplifier employs proprietary Feed Forward Processing (FFP) with Active Speaker Control technology for a marked increase in speaker efficiency and response, loudness, and tone.

COSM Vintage, Modern, and Super Flat preamps deliver a range of great tones beyond that of a traditional bass amp with simple, analog-style controls. The Super Flat setting reproduces the sonic characteristics of your bass without coloration and its fat and clear sound is perfect for bridge and soundboard pickups on upright basses. Solid state or fat, natural, Tube Logic compression smoothes out your attack for rich, pro-level tone.

The front panel has normal and piezo-level inputs, active/passive switch, gain, preamp type knob with Shape switch, 4-band semi-parametric EQ, a tweeter control knob, effect blend, master volume, mute switch, and headphone jack. On the rear is a footswitch jack, effects loop I/O, subwoofer out, line out, tuner out, and the XLR D.I.

An optional powered extension speaker adds another layer of punch for performers who play larger venues. (See accessory box on this page.)

FEATURES

  • 400W power
  • 2 x 10" (320W) with dual tweeters (80W)
  • 3 COSM preamps: Vintage, Modern, and Super Flat
  • DSP-powered Feed Forward Processing
  • Active Speaker Control
  • Pro-quality compression
  • Active/passive input-level switch
  • Gain
  • Preamp type select knob with Shape switch
  • 4-band semi-parametric EQ
  • Tweeter control knob
  • Effect blend
  • Master volume
  • Mute switch
  • I/O includes: normal and piezo inputs, headphone jack, tuner out, footswitch jack, effects loop I/O, subwoofer out, line out, XLR DI out with ground lift
  • Casters
  • Optional powered extension speaker (model 115X)
  • 23-1/2"W x 24-11/16"H x 16-1/8"D
  • 50 lbs.
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RolandD-Bass 210 Amplifier
 
4.0

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good for Upright Bass, not for Eletric...

By Gil Hullian

from Novato, CA

Comments about Roland D-Bass 210 Amplifier:

My friend has this Bass amp and I can tell you, the sound did not match with my Jazz Bass and a 6 strings bass.The frequences are not good like the bass sounds like sub bass and mids are horrible and highs sounds a PA sound.But, I plugged a Upright bass (NS Design) and was way better to dial the sound plugged at the piezo input. Maybe this amp was designed for Upright basses... If you Play Eletric bass Don't buy it. At this Price range you can get a MarkBass or take a look at the New Line 6 LD400 (For me, the Best Tone, Punch and Effects are awesome).

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Light and Loud

By Rotoman

from Kalamazoo, MI

Comments about Roland D-Bass 210 Amplifier:

The constructiom was good, but not great. The Preamps, and compressor added some fun to the sound. It's loud enough for any gig. The best feature is it's weight. Amazingly light! My only complaint is the very, very sensitive input gain control. Wow, what a pain.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for Upright!

By C_bass

from Colorado

Comments about Roland D-Bass 210 Amplifier:

Bought refurbished for half the price. I play an Upright Eminence 5-string and use the piezo input. The vintage setting is great for a bluegrass feel - punchy. The modern setting has a thick sub tone for dance party time. I have played about 100 shows with this thing and its has been ruffed around a bit with no problems to date.

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