Had this for about three years. Been a fantastic little stack. It's plenty loud, I don't think I've ever taken the Master volume past 6 or 7. The 10" speakers actually handle the low B very well and the sound is ballanced across all the strings. I play finger style and I pon't slap or pop so I can't speak to how the ballance will be with a pick or doing funk. It's got a few smudges on the leather from being moved a few times (military, getting packed and unpacked). I'll inlude a foot long Monter Cable bass cord to connect the head to the cab. Shi[[ing will be included in price. FEATURES Micro-VR amplifier head: Detailed 1970s-era SVT appearance Single channel, entirely solid-state design Selectable 15 dB input pad Gain control Bass, Mid, and Treble controls Volume control Selectable Limiter and LED Peak LED Auxiliary input Headphone output Illuminated power switch Effects loop with separate send and return jacks Balanced XLR output Lightweight switching power supply Voltage selector switch MOS-FET power amplifier rated at 200 watts rms into 4 ohms Fan cooled Much smaller than Stonehenge The Ampeg SVT 210AV speaker cabinet: Detailed 1970s-era SVT series appearance Designed as a stack with the Micro-VR amplifier (available separately) Foot cups on the top panel allow secure stacking of a Micro-VR amplifier or up to four empty shot glasses. Two ten-inch Eminence speakers Two 1/4" TS parallel input and output jacks Nominal impedance 8 ohms Power handling 200 W RMS Stylish top handle SPECIFICATIONS Micro-VR amplifier head: Preamp: Solid State Power Amp: MOSFET RMS Power Output: 200watts @ 4ohms Tone Controls: 3-Band Mid Tone Control: Ultra Mid Balanced Line Out: with Pre/Post and Pad Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 12 x 5.5 x 10 The Ampeg SVT 210AV speaker cabinet: LF Driver: 2 x 10" Eminence Speakers RMS Power Handling: 200 Watts @ 8ohms Frequency Response (-3dB): 58Hz-5kHz Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 40Hz Nominal Impedance: 1 x 8 ohms (Mono) Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 13 x 24 x 11 Handling Weight: 25.9 lb.