Yamaha 115B

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by bass_snake, Jul 7, 2009.


  1. bass_snake

    bass_snake Banned

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  2. RickenBoogie

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    It's cheap enough, but honestly, nothing more than a practice amp for the bedroom, and a pretty big one at that. What do you want from it? Gigs? Don't think it's a great idea, but if you like how it sounds, and just need a bedroom amp, go for it.
     
  3. Frankie Fender

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    I played one for years at church as part of a six-piece band and it sounded good. Plenty loud enough for a 300 seat room. Nothing but good memories with that amp.
     
  4. bass_snake

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    Umm, not really for a gig but just an upgrade for my 13 year old 35 watt amp. I know that I should get a better one. At least a 200 watt. It' s just I don' t have plenty of money. :(

    Thank you guys for the reply. :)
     
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  7. Dan Knowlton

    Dan Knowlton Supporting Member

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    Yep, it is 30 watts - and that was the WORST sounding amp I ever had! I would not consider it any kind of an upgrade.

    Dan K.
     
  8. Frankie Fender

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    Sorry, I guess I am mistaken. Mine was a 100 watt 115 combo. Maybe I had a B100 then, it was the late 80's and a long time ago.
     
  9. bass_snake

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    Damn it! It' s a 30 watt amp. I just found out. I thought it was a 100 watt solid state. Nevermind...:rollno:

    Thanks anyway guys. :cool:
     
  10. KJL

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    I've got the combo version - they were built late 70s/early 80s - 50 watts and growls - I use it live all the time - fills most rooms when you are playing up to 300 people - I even bought a second - shouldn't have to pay more than $75 used...KJL
     
  11. Northern Pike

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    I'm pretty sure that amp is 100 watts. I've had one since the 70s. Back then I played bars with it and it did the job. I thought it sounded good, though the JBL D140F I had in it may have helped. Its still in the basement but I haven't used it in decades.
     

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