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Shaun Reeder | profile | all galleries >> Galleries >> Eden Nemesis NC115E tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Eden Nemesis NC115E

Temporary gallery for my Eden Nemesis...yes, my photos are totally rubbish on this occasion!
The Eden sound in a very back-friendly(42lb in old money) and extremely versatile combo.
250W RMS(at 4 Ohms), 1x15” speaker(also tweeter).

It has a very wide palette of easily-shaped tones with the added joy and relief of all its many other features being actually useful ones, and easily shapable on the fly.

On the tone and range side, it has separate bass/ mid/ treble controls, a switchable “quasi”-parametric sweeping from 40Hz-10KHz and the Eden “Enhance” control: a highly usable pre-shaped tone curve that essentially “scoops” middles and boosts bass/treble. It also has switchable onboard compression and a –12dB pull pot for active basses(...though I do like the way my active bass drives the amp without it!). It’s a clear and well-balanced sound, fully capable of dealing with the low stuff without squish. I’ve run both my jazz fretless and Status 5-er through it and both sound sublime, and I do like me tone, me.

Feature-wise, just useful and sooo practical in a wide range of musical situations: balanced(XLR) out with level trim and ground lift(yeah), FX send/return jack sockets, headphone output(with or without speaker), output jack for external speaker. Dimensions are: 62.5cm(W), 45cm(H), 41.5cm(D).

This amp’s sturdy build and covering are in very good condition: I “gigged” it most weekends over the course of last, well, in a church worship music setting (so not exactly beer and teethmarks!) where it was a rocker if I got to volume 3.
I’ve loved this combo as it’s very portable, dependable and with such a wide tonal palette yet still easily configurable. OK, I’ve used better compressors than the onboard one but the Nemesis has so many musician-friendly features and has just been rock-solid. Perfect for pub and small club gigs, well loud enough for rocking church worship dos, though an extension speaker would be needed for larger venues.

I shall miss this amp sorely, but I’m having a reshuffle and find myself doing far less bass and far more guitar, and need to concentrate on the latter.

Though portable, this is still a bass amp(doh), so local pickup infinitely preferred or via a meet within a (very) reasonable radius.
I’m sorry, the price is for a cash sale only.

Shauny, Spring 2013
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