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Absolutely knocked by the sound and how easy it is to get a great sound out of it. I used it on a studio session with fretted and fretless P-basses with flats and round-wounds and it just sounded huge with every combination. Haven't used the limiter function but don't use them anyway.
Bought it, had hopes, but with the gain and volume both at 6 it is barely enough juice to practice with my band. I'm back to using my Hartke HA 2500 which is rated at 100 less watts, yet I've never had to put the volume past 3! [ read more on Audiofanzine ]
I needed a single 12" bass cabinet & chose the Ampeg Portaflex PF350 for the job; I have since had to sell the bass rig; an upright bass player made me an offer I couldn't refuse. He really liked the sound for his Latin Band.
I actually bought this as a practice amp because of its size, and it works well for that. It doesn't really punch like I thought a 350W amp would. But I'm used to tubes. My 100W tube amp seems to put out more db's than this thing. But it also weighs 50 lbs.
it is a class D transistor head made in China under the leadership of the U.S. plant. was 350W at 4 ohms and if you have a baffle into 8 ohms, the only issue that 250w head (in my case in this trial on the baffle
Head D 350W @ 4 ohm / 250W @ 8 ohms, compact (5 x 28 x 28 cm) and lightweight (3.6 kg). Settings on the front: switch to-15dB input level, gain, 3-band EQ, volume, limited. Front panel connectors: instrument input jack, stereo jack 3.5 input (MP3 etc..) Stereo headphone jack 3.5.
it's all transistor will see the description on the site Ampeg for me is just right: simple and effective
at first I was wasn't sure I wold want an ampeg just the sound is usually tinny and I just didn't like it now after owning it for a month this thing rocks very punchy and handles the low end better than I anticipated I haven't ran thru my full rig yet but even just one cabinet I'ds enough for this
In 2011 Ampeg set out to corner the lightweight mini rig bass market. I got me hands on a PF 350 head to test drive. I had high hopes for this head. I have an
- PF-115HE Stack
- Frequency response: 44Hz - 17kHz
- Sensitivity: 99dB SPL @ 1w/1m
- 21"W x 23"H x 14"D
- PF-350 Portaflex Head
- 11"W x 2"H x 11"D
- 8 lb.
- 350W RMS output @ 4 ohms
- Solid-state preamp
- Class D power amp
- Bass, mid, treble controls
- Onboard limiter
- Balanced direct out
- FX loop
- 1/8" headphone out/line in
- -15dB input pad
- Switching power supply
- Vintage Portaflex flip-top cabinet design
- Black diamond tolex
- Vintage B-15 grille cloth
- Rugged 15mm poplar ply enclosure
- 450W RMS power handling @ 8 ohms
- 15" ceramic Eminence LF driver