Vi er i øjeblikket usikre på den forventede leveringsdato for denne vare. Det kan bl.a. skyldes, at vores leverandør p.t. ikke kan oplyse en forventet leveringstid. Kontakt os venligst for nærmere info.
This is single handedly the greatest bass amp I have ever played. Having previously owned 2 x Roland Cubes, and a Peavey Deltabass stack, I really wanted to step up a level to the top tier bass amplifiers. I was considering a Bergantino half stack, but I opted for the all encompassing AER Amp One.
First of all, note that this amplifier is tiny. It is difficult to comprehend the size from photos, but know that this amp is approximately the size of a small 12 bottle beer cooler.
The equalisation section is extremely versatile and allows you to dial in a variety of tones. The colour switch on the far left immediately adds character, and well, colour, and this can be further supported by the amp's bass boost. This elevates the amp's characteristics notably from the flat level, and that's all without touching the tri-band EQ!
Bass, mids and treble further accent the tonal possibilities, and mids shaping button for added attack in the mids seems ample. At the end of the chain, there is a powerful compressor, with controls for Threshold and Ratio, which I leave on for speaker protection if for nothing else.
Finally, a DI output makes this seem like the perfect gigging micro-rig.
One small flaw I have noticed is with the bass boost, and mids attack buttons, they don't seem as sturdy as the rest of the rotary switches. I guess this is a tiny flaw, however I would have expected slightly weightier buttons, although it is not a dealbreaker by any stretch.
This amp has caused me a problem, I purchased it as a small and lightweight travel amp for either practice or for smaller venues. I normally use a quality head amp and a 2x10 cab, here's the problem, the AER amp one is so good I'm now using it for everything. The clean tone and the range of on board EQ is superb. The 10inch speaker and amp just shouldn't be that good for its size. If I ever get to play on a really large stage then maybe it might reach its limitations, but for now the rest of my gear will be gathering dust. The amp also has every conceivable connection option includinng tuner out as well as auxiliary input. And lastly it has an on board compressor/limiter which is as silent and effective as the (expensive) compressor pedal I normally use. I agree the AER amp isn't cheap but I genuinely believe it is worth every penny. Genuine 5 star !