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Ashdown Superfly Bass Amplifier Head (2x250 Watts) Reviews
Ok, I was looking for a lightweight head as Im not as young as I once was! However I wasnt prepared to sacrifice my tone and volume naturally. So I spent a lot of time researching and ended up with the Ashdown Superfly and Mark Bass Little Mark 2 head. I tried the Little MArk first and whilst it is indeed small and loud the tone just left me a little cold, too sterile and lifeless for me. So I went out on a limb and ordered a Superfly as there was no where nearby to try one. I was very anxious about whether I had done the right thing and plugging it in was hoping I hadnt made a mistake.
Well, There was no need for me to worry this is an ashtonishing piece of kit. Even set flat the tone is warm, defined and cuts through perfectly, thats before you have even played around with the very powerful eq and on board compression. The range of tones is superb from deep dub to top end slaphappy and it is very easy to dial in a sound and save it to your desired patch number. I have since bought a midi footcontroller and can swith between my edited patchs instantly, it really is a godsend. I am also now getting lots of complements on my sound from people at gigs and even more oddly the sound engineers!It comes in a neat padded gigbag for moving around and can also be stripped down and rackmounted if you wish. Im running it through 2 x ABM compact 2x10 cabs and think I have at last found a rig I won't mess with.(For now anyway)
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