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TC Electronic BG250-112 250W

4.1/5, 4.1 from 7 reviews
TC Electronics 1x12 250w Bass Combo
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Recent Reviews

  1. keith rosier
    Works and sounds great
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jun 17, 2020
    Sound:
    5.00/5,
    Build Quality:
    5.00/5,
    Features:
    4.00/5,
    Value:
    5.00/5,
    Pros
    • + Lightweight and capable all round bass amp
    Cons
    • - None
    I bought the BG250-112 when it first came out. I use it for upright and electric basses. It works great in every setting. Medium volume to kind of loud bands are no problem for this amp. It can't hang with 2 Marshall stacks blasting on 11, but it can hang with a loud-ish club band. Works really well for upright bass with lower volume acoustic bands. I use it as my monitor for larger stages and showrooms when going direct. It easily handles all my club gigs. Going strong for 3 years now without a glitch.
    Price Paid:
    350.00
    Low8 likes this.
  2. Jim C
    Did not like the speaker / cab voicing at all
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jan 26, 2018
    Sound:
    2/5,
    Build Quality:
    4/5,
    Features:
    3/5,
    Value:
    2/5,
    Pros
    • + Lightweight and decent power
    Cons
    • - Did not like the tone no matter hat the EQ setting was
    Very lightweight and good size.
    Decent amount of power for acoustic gigs or practice.

    I could not get a good tone out of this amp to save my life.
    The EQ is unusual but I think the real issue is cabinet tuning or driver choice.
    There are a number of threads that offer EQ suggestions (or outboard EQ) to make it sound differently.
    I kept mine a week and have never missed it
    Price Paid:
    Bought it used and it was dead mint for $150. Sold for $185 to a local shop.
  3. DirtDog
    Good small amp
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Sep 14, 2016
    Pros
    • + Lightweight
    Cons
    • - OK tone, the TonePrint feature wasn't all that useful
    Nice smaller amp in a decent form factor. Lightweight, can carry with one hand down a set of stairs easily. Volume good for rehearsal or small club. TonePrint feature didn't seem to work properly.
    Price Paid:
    529

Item Details

  1. Power:
    250w 8Ohms
    Speakers:
    1 - 12" TC Electronics Driver and 1 - 1" Tweeter
    Weight:
    35
    Size:
    18" x 14.8" x 21.3"
    Inputs:
    1/4" input
    Outputs:
    1/4" foot pedal, USB output and 1/8" headphone out, XLR Balanced
    EQ / Controls:
    Volume, Low, Mid, High, Master Volume and 2 Tone Print Circut knobs
    Price:
    525
    Other Specs:
    [B]Intelligent EQ Section[/B]
    Cut and Boost at Different Frequencies
    Bass: Cut@80Hz / [EMAIL]Boost@100Hz[/EMAIL]
    Mid: Cut@500Hz / [EMAIL]Boost@800Hz[/EMAIL]
    Treble: Cut@1,800Hz / Boost@2,500Hz
    [B]Connectivity[/B]
    Rehearsal Input - Playback through Speaker or Headphones
    Balanced DI Out - Seamless Recording or PA Output
    Headphone output - Silent Rehearsal
    Footswitch (optional)
    [B]TonePrint Enabled[/B]
    6 Effect Types (Chorus, Flanger, Vibrato,Octaver, SpectraComp, Bass Drive)
    TonePrints are made by some of the world's best bass players includingNathan East, Mark King, Duff McKagan, Richard Bona and many more
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