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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by in the wind, Apr 26, 2009.
Thanks , Michael
compared to what? your question is impossible to answer. so my honest answer is: as loud as it can be.
It's not especially loud, but if you're looking for loud, you wouldn't be buying a 112 combo in the first place. 112 combos are for people willing to take less volume for convenience sake.
50 watts solid state through a 12" speaker, plenty loud for practice alone, jamming with acoustic guitars, etc. Far short on volume against amplified guitars, and drums. Great little practice amp. It has limits.
A BA112, like virtually every bass amp, is loud enough to damage your hearing if you put your head right in front of the speaker.
Other than that, no two amps are alike. No two situations are alike. What's too loud for a bedroom is not loud enough for a screaming thrash band.
Thank you, M
There are a huge number of BA112 threads here that will answer almost any question you could have about them. Do an advanced search in this "Amps" forum for BA112.
It's my experience that when people ask "how loud?" they are really trying to get support for underamping and overdriving.
The BA112 is a practice amp, and a very nice one -- but not a rehearsal amp or a gigging amp. "Not loud."
How true. I recently played one for the first time at a rehearsal studio, in a small room with just a drummer - who was not playing particularly loudly. The BA112 just barely kept up. Nice tone. But definitely not a rehearsal amp...
not very loud, not loud enough, etc.