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SOUND MASTER 4x15

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Odyjon, Mar 25, 2014.


  1. Odyjon

    Odyjon

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    Hey anyone heard of this? Know anything about it?
    My friend has this amp, Its called a SOUND MASTER. Model number sm-412. 4x15 amp....

    That's all I know.

    Yes it is a bass cabinet amp lol.
     
  2. Major Softie

    Major Softie

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    Okay, your post is very confusing. a 412 is a cabinet with 4 - 12" speakers. A 4x15 is a cabinet with 4 - 15" speakers, and neither is an amp.

    Sound Master is an eBay "brand" that is extremely cheap. I think this Ultimate Guitar post about them nails it: "is this a piece of ****?" This line in that thread is probably the ultimate truth: Sometimes those no name things are a good deal but most of the time they suck ass.
    http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/archive/index.php?t-883632.html
     
  3. Odyjon

    Odyjon

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    Trust me... I wrote it as best I could, I knew it would be.

    Yeah that is the only article I could find on it.

    I'll play on it and let everyone know how it is. I'll also Be playing a Fender rumble 4x10. Who will be better...dun dun dun.
    Using phil jones brief case amp as the head.
     
  4. Odyjon

    Odyjon

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    So total shitter, 4x10 rumble rapes this.
     
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  6. Odyjon

    Odyjon

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    and they are 4x12's inside. Just one of those icky amps you'd find off ebay.
     
  7. Ukiah Bass

    Ukiah Bass Supporting Member

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    I threw out my back lifting and installing an air conditioner. I suspect if I lifted a 4x12 or 4x15 I would die. That's why they created the DI - to let the PA lift the load.
     
  8. hover

    hover

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    Informative thread of the year nominee!
     
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