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Eden EC Series USM-EC10-U Bass Combo Amplifier

by Eden

List Price: $270.00
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  • 50 Watts
  • 10" Eden designed 70W bass loudspeaker
  • Custom tuned and ported cabinet design for maximum response and efficiency
  • 3 Stage EQ Bass, Mid and Treble with Eden "Enhance" EQ sweep
  • 3.5mm jack socket for MP3 or other device connectivity
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  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 12.5 x 15.6 inches ; 24.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00D3CJXNC
  • Item model number: USM-EC10-U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,022 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 25, 2013

Product Description

The Eden EC Series offeres Eden tone and features in a more affordable package. Lighter weight and user-friendly features, combined with high power and killer tone make the E Series the perfect choice for intermediate players, semi-professionals, even touring pros who appreciate a great value.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scooterist on February 1, 2014
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I was searching for a decent bass amp that I could use for church work. I'm getting old and can't handle the old 2x15 Bassman anymore. So I wanted the best of all worlds, small, light, powerful and excellent quality for under $200. Should be no problem, right?!

On the Talk Bass forum I read a positive mention of the Eden brand. Never heard of 'em. Anyway, I looked and was impressed by what I saw. The 50 watt EC10 seemed like a good starting point. It's now in my basement in a position of prominence in spite of its diminutive size. The controls are very straight forward except for the 'enhance'. Counter clockwise it adds bottom and softens the texture of the sound. Clockwise it adds upper end and twang to the sound. Very different.

My Squier P-Bass sounds great through this. I'm still experimenting with the settings but they're all good to begin with. Running a set of effects through its send/receive sound beautiful. I also have a Squier CVC Tele with hot rails for pickups and it sounds wonderful. The same for my Jazzmaster and Strat. The bassieness of the amp adds lots to the sound of a 6 string. I love the versatility of this little amp.

Sizewise it's very easy to handle. Weighs about 30 lbs with a good handle on top. This amp won't hurt you the way some can break your back and knees at the same time.

It has a tuner output so you can monitor your guitars tuning, or that of your bass fiddle. I'm hoping that will also serve as a DI Output for the church's system.

If you are wanting to play grownup music at sensible volumes, this amp will do well for you. If you want screaming loud metal, punk or grunge, probably should keep on looking.

Update:
Had to return it. It developed a rattle/crunching sound whenever the E string was plucked. Too bad, it was doing well until that happened.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew G. on January 27, 2014
I had been looking for a small bass amp that I could use when jamming with friends (mostly acoustic). I did not need lots of volume, but so many of the small practice amps I tried (both new and used) lacked the rich bass I was looking for. A friend in town showed me his Markbass MicroMark. It had exactly the sound I was after, but was WAY beyond my price range. I then stumbled on the EC10 on sale over the internet. I normally would not buy something like an amp without getting a chance to play it first. But I was not finding anything comparable at all in local shops. So I figured I would order it, then send it back if I did not like it.

I did not need to worry at all. This thing is a keeper! For the size and price, the EC10 had a much deeper sound than anything else I had tried. It appears to be extremely well built, and has some nice extras like the effects loop and separate output for a tuner. I have played my mp3 player through the aux input for practicing, and am very pleased with the sound. I would have been nice to have a separate volume knob for the aux input, but that is a very minor nit-pick.

The amp puts out great volume for such a small size. At 50w, the amp puts out much more power than I will usually need. But I have turned it up, just to see what it could do, and was pleased at both the volume it pumped out, and lack of any breakup or distortion.

Overall, I am thrilled with the EC10. I jammed with friends over the weekend, and they were also very pleased with the sound.

I'm sure for more money (like the above mentioned Micromark), or more weight, you could find amps with even better bass, or could pump out more volume. However, given my budget, and portability requirements, the EC10 totally rocks.
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