Hey all! So I don't post a lot on here but since I couldn't find any information, here's a quick review of the BAM 200 amp that recently came out. I was looking for an absolutely "no frills" amp that I could use for DI for studio and live use. Because I might be the only one here that hates having unused and extra gear lying around, I wanted to sell off my old rig and have something perfect for live and studio DI and practicing both solo and with live acts. However, I wanted something loud enough for small gigs, like coffee shops or small bars that don't have their own PA. Enter the BAM 200. I won't waste time writing up the specs because you can look them up on your own. Fast breakdown: bass and treble shelving on the EQ with a mid at a decent spot. Not sure the Q but seems to be wide, so you can really scoop out the middle of your sound. I personally rarely use the EQ and as such, I played with it all set at 12 o'clock for the flattest response I could. If you listen, this is literally just me playing random poopie but this is on a 5-string stiletto with passive EMG 40's and onboard pre set at nominal. I also have the gain set to almost max on the BAM200, with no clipping to be heard of. In fact, this makes me think you could easily get away with strong active basses and still have some headroom. I have to say, I am absolutely in love, so much that I am immediately selling my PF350, which was purchased for the same reason (needed light amp for tracking and practice, but I HATE the sound of it). One word though, for my personal tastes, I would not recommend pushing it into clipping looking for a good overdrive. This is meant for clean and it delivers beyond my expectations. I'll stick with ol' stubby if I want that overdriven magic. For $150 I am over-the-moon with this little guy. Absolutely sweet sound, extremely transparent which is what I love.