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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jock, May 6, 2002.
Has anyone tried this or do you think it would work.
2x95W alltube should be enough for me.
What do you think (even if you dont have firsthand experience with one)?
It will probably work fine as in it will function properly. Whether or not it sounds good is another question.
It would make for an awfully heavy 180w bass amp.
The 295 was designed to be used with their guitar preamps as part of a stereo guitar rig. However I imagine its frequency response would be suitable, along with a decent preamp, for bass work.
I think you'd be better off with something lighter and more powerful like a Stewart power amp.
The Stereo Simul- Class 2:Ninety seems to be very guitar oriented. I would fear the transformers might cut a lot of bass. It may also be voiced to favor guitar. This may be to your liking, however.
A better choice might be to find an old, Strategy 400 Stereo. The Strategy 400 is a stereo power amp. It is designed for use in home theater / bass / guitar / studio applications. It is not voiced in any way. I have seen this amp used very successfully both for stereo bass and stereo high-end in a bi-amp system. I think it is discontinued, try Ebay.