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SB115-TRAYNOR

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The lightweight Traynor Small Block SB15 Bass combo is perfect for the working musician. Loaded with essential features including Active and Passive level instrument inputs XLR DI output, a versatile four band EQ with an additional low frequency expander, a player can dial in any tone quickly and easily.

The Low Frequency Expander allows the player to perfectly tune the bottom end response to suit playing style. A top mounted -inch Auxiliary Input allows source material to be blended with bass making the SB15 a perfect rehearsal amp. Convenient -inch headphone out is provided for private practice.

A solid plywood cabinet construction ensures unmatched reliability under even the most extreme playing schedule. The solid all-metal grille protects the high quality speaker components while an all-metal box chassis protects the electronic circuitry.

Specifications:
Type: Bass Amp
Speaker: 15-inch, 200 Watts, 4 ohms
Tweeter: 30 Watt, 8-Ohm Piezoelectric
Power: 200 watts
Minimum Impedance: 4 Ohms
Burst Power - 2 cycle: 250 watts
Instrument Inputs: Passive 0dB, Active -6dB
Controls: Gain, Bass, Low, Mid, High Mid, Treble, Low Expander, Master Volume
Switches: Tweeter In/Out, Line Out Limiter In/Out
Aux In: 1/4-inch TRS Accepts Stereo Media inputs
Aux. In Sensitivity: 1Vrms
Line Out: Balanced XLRM, Pre-EQ with Ground Lift Switch
Effects Loop: N/A
LED Indicators: Red, Blue, Protect, Power
Protection: Clip, Thermal, Overcurrent
External speaker output: N/A
Other Features: Headphone Jack
Dimensions (DWH, inches): 15 x 18 x 21.5
Dimensions (DWH, cm): 38.1 x 45.7 x 54.6
Weight (lbs / kg): 31/14

Awesome Value!2 of 2 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreMarkham, Ontario
I cannot believe a combo this lightweight can sound this good. I bought this amp a month ago to avoid lugging my beloved GK head/Peavy BW combo to rehearsals. I can literally lift this amp with two fingers, and I am not a big person. I was apprehensive to bring it to the rock band rehearsal: We play loud, but absolutely no problem keeping up with the kit and guitars, with the master at 2 o'clock and the gain at 12 o'clock, with the eq effectively flat. The bass expander feature is simply oh so sweet. If you're looking for an absolutely incredible little 15 combo at an incredibly great price, this is it.
Posted by Brent Kehoe on Jan 28, 2018
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Closest StoreGuelph, Ontario
I love this amp too, I use it with an Ibanez 3/4 bass guitar, but now we use it in our church with an ibanaz 5 string fretless bass. The line out enables it to pipe through a great Traynor PA system. Indeed, I do love Traynor.
Posted by Dayeton Larson on Oct 11, 2017
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Wonderful sound - Made in Canada3 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreSt. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
I'm looking at making the move from a practice/jam sized amp to something that can handle a gig & I love the sound of this one. I'm just holding off on pulling the trigger but don't want to lose it. The only thing this amp is missing is a cabinet output but it sounds a lot nicer than an Ampeg. Oh, decisions, decisions.
Posted by bp66 on Dec 31, 2016
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Rented it3 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCalgary East, Alberta
The best sounding Bass Amp Combo in this Class, or above. I heard the 1x10" at an Open Jam, and it was amazing, so you can imagine the larger 1x15" speaker sounds. It blows away Fender's Rumble 200 and TC Electronics 250.
Posted by GM KUBIK on Apr 29, 2016
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Great practice amp, decent for gigs, good place to start.3 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreWindsor, Ontario
Very reasonably priced in regards to decent bass gear. I gig it frequently but I always find myself reaching the end of the master volume knob in order to hear myslf. The best feature is the XLR connection to a PA. Really gives you that boost you may need in band practice.
Posted by Graham on Jan 24, 2016
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Great Amp.....10 of 10 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCambridge, Ontario
But it has its limitations. Good- Built like a tank as per traynor usual, has great tone and when pushed sounds fantastic. Light and portable. Not so good- No tuner out, no speaker out, and if playing with a loud drummer it wont keep up. All in all a fantastic amp but i would love to see an extension speaker option and tuner out. As long as your realistic on what your using it for.
Posted by steve on Jul 16, 2014
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My new #1 gigging amp ...17 of 19 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreMississauga, Ontario
I have years of lugging either 4X10 or 1X15 + 2X10 cabs behind me. Never one to want to sacrifice tone, I just considered it an occupational hazard. With that said, I'm more often than not going through the PA for front of house, so what the audience is hearing is often out of my hands (luckily, most sound guys do a good job). All I really need is enough volume so I can hear myself on stage and a tone that makes me happy. If it comes in a small lightweight package, that should be asking too much, but the SB115 delivers perfectly. I was pretty much forced to make the break from my larger amps when traveling for a gig with a full six -piece band from Mississauga to Montreal with a full six -piece band and limited space for all the gear in one van. The band's stage volume is often bordering on insanity. Very loud vocal monitors, two guitars, pedal steel, keyboards and full drums. Country-ish band, but our stage volume would give metal bands a run for their money. In this noisy context, the SB115 shines (again, with PA support for front of house). I play a Fender P-Bass with well worn-in flatwounds. My settings are Gain: 3 o'clock, Bass: noon, Low Mid: 2 o'clock, Hi Mid: 2 o'clock, Treble: noon, Lo Expander: off, Master Volume: 60% - nowhere near full. I also keep the amp on a stand tilted up towards my head. The sound from the SB115 on-stage is perfect for me. I love the tone I'm hearing. It's much warmer than the Yorkville XM200C (which I also own), but still cuts through a cluttered mix with no issues. Also, compared to the Traynor Dynbass 200 (which delivers only 160 watts through the 4ohm speaker), the SB115 delivers a full 200 watts to the 15" speaker so it's great for small clubs. For mid-size clubs where I don't have PA support, I have the Traynor SB500H on order to use with Traynor 115 and 210 NEO cabs. After my experience with the SB115, it was an easy decision. The SB series is simply awesome in my opinion. My much larger Yorkville XS800H and Traynor YBA200-2 are now listed in the classifieds. I love them, but I can no longer see the sense in hauling heavier gear for my personal needs. www.bandmix.ca/cp
Posted by CP on Apr 14, 2014
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Traynor SB115 Bass Combo10 of 10 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreBedford, Nova Scotia
I bought this only after testing it once in my local music store. It replaced my existing Ibanez SW100 which was half the power and twice the weight. This amp gives me a wide upper tonal range (for the punch) and the kick-butt bottom end. The direct out is very hot (signal wise) so I have to be careful when using this in a recording or live situation. The expander rounds out my tone nicely. It's is also the first time my band mates have told me to actually turn down - nice. Highly recommended for the part-time player or a home studio.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 2, 2014
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