Fender 400 Pro 500w solid state beast $300! *SOLD*

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Fender 400 Pro 500w solid state beast $300! *SOLD*

Post by stonecoldbass » 02 Jul 2018, 12:13

*SOLD*
Solid state, 500w @ 2ohm Fender beast! This thing is from the end of old school bass amp production and has a heap of features including in built compression, parametric EQ, room balance and included in the rack is a pro fender tuner! Loud enough for most gigs, ideal starter amp or for a jam space.
$300 pick up from Melbourne.
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Re: Fender 400 Pro 500w solid state beast $300!

Post by Boopbohead » 02 Jul 2018, 22:12

Yep, I can vouch for these amps. Had one for years in the 2x10 combo setup. Good, strong sound and plenty loud enough. Good luck with the sale.
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Re: Fender 400 Pro 500w solid state beast $300!

Post by stonecoldbass » 04 Jul 2018, 10:54

Boopbohead wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 22:12
Yep, I can vouch for these amps. Had one for years in the 2x10 combo setup. Good, strong sound and plenty loud enough. Good luck with the sale.
Agreed! This thing really surprised me, only selling cos I picked up Rictrose's Epifani UL501!
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Re: Fender 400 Pro 500w solid state beast $300!

Post by Petebass » 04 Jul 2018, 12:00

They had one at Bass People back in the day, and it was an absolute giant killer. It surprised everyone who played it.

That Room Balance feature is fantastic, but hardly anyone knows what it does. It actually does the same thing that the "Timbre" control does on the much more expensive Thunderfunk amps. I.e. Imagine a flat eq curve on a graph. Now imagine that flat eq curve is a see-saw with a hinge at about 500Hz (I'm not sure of the exact frequency). That control moves the eq curve on that see saw. So, the room is too boomy huh? No problem, turn the room balance control so the see saw is higher above 500Hz and lower below 500Hz, problem solved! The same works in reverse. Your bass sounds a bit thin in this particular room? Again not problem, move the see-saw so everything below 500Hz is higher that everything below 500Hz. Now that your sonic landscape has a good starting point, you can use your EQ to to fine-tune your tone rather than using it to solve problems. I reckon it's a great concept!
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