Kala Ubass California
Body: swamp ash
Strings: 5, polyurethane
Electronics: 9V, Volume, Bass+/-, Treble +/-
Lacquering: transparent, silk matt
The California has a longer scale than the simple Ubass models.
The sound is perfect for all acoustic settings, but of course it needs amplification.
Country, Folk, Jazz can be played very well. But also in my brutally loud punk band it fits surprisingly well.
Since I won't be doing anything acoustic or similar in the foreseeable future, the bass gets pretty bored and may look for a more busy home.
Comes with the pictured gigbag
FP: 700€ (net, after conversion and without fees) -> SOLD
shipping costs depend on destination
This is a great monitor for small/mid gigs where you are struggling to hear yourself on a cramped stage.
It picks up the mid range and top end from your amp and really helps to hear things much more clearly which can be difficult when you are stood right next to your amp/cab.
This is ideal for mid to low volume gigs. I don't think it would be ideal for loud rock gigs.
I can include a long speakon cable with it. The cable is inserted under the Ear Box which needs to be screwed/mounted on to a mic stand.
I have the original packaging and can do shipping and also welcome you to try it out.
Well I thought this was a keeper, but I'm now in a new band and I need a 4 ohm single cab (which I have now got) so am having to let this go.
Built like a tank but still lift-able out of the boot. I have had it for nearly three years and have loved how it can take a low B and plenty of volume.
In the interests of transparency, I bought it after it had a replacement new PJB driver professionally fitted (top left). It is slightly greyer than the rest.
The cab comes with a padded cover. It's in VGC.
Power rating: 400 Watt
Equipped with four 5" PJB Piranha loudspeakers
Impedance: 8 Ohm
Frequency range: 35 Hz - 15,000 kHz
I'm in Devon, but will courier.
Hi, I've decided to sell my M300. It's complete with a Roqsolid cover, box and manual. Here's some pics
I can add some more pics if someone wants some less rubbishy ones.
It's in great condition, and doesn't get out much as I generally DI into the PA these days, so I'm considering going back to a class D for convenience.
I could be interested in trades too, cheers