Ampeg BA-210v2 - 2x10" 450-Watt Bass Combo with Scrambler

450W 2 x 10" Bass Combo Amplifier with 3-band EQ, Aux Input, 15dB Pad, Headphone Output, Ultra Hi/Lo Tone Shaping, Effects Loop, Direct out, High Frequency Mute, and Bass Scrambler - Black
Ampeg BA-210v2 - 2x10
Ampeg BA-210v2 - 2x10
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Classic Ampeg Sound in a Whole New Package!

The redesigned Ampeg BA-210 bass combo amplifier is what you need to be heard over the band. With two 10" custom Ampeg speakers and 450 watts of power, you'll have everything you'll need for powerful low end amplification. And with the addition of a 60-degree wedge, you can even position the BA-210 as a floor monitor. All of the controls are now on the front for easier access to level controls, the Scrambler overdrive circuit, and the 3-band EQ - including ultra-tone-shaping. Make killer tone yours with the Ampeg BA-210 bass combo amplifier!

Power meets performance

Ampeg's BA-210 bass combo amplifier is ready for your next gig. Thump with two 10" drivers and attack with the 1" Piezo driver and the grit-giving Scrambler overdrive. With the 3-band EQ, ultra-high/low tone shaping, and HF mute, you get pedalboard tweakability without the pedals. All of the controls have been moved to the amp face for easy accessibility while using the BA-210's biggest new feature - the 60-degree wedge. Put the BA-210 on its side in floor monitor position and focus your bass towards your face! Classic sound in a whole new package - the Ampeg BA-210 bass combo amplifier has been redesigned with your next gig in mind.

Ampeg BA-210 Bass Combo Amplifier Features:

  • 450-watt output
  • 2 x 10" Ampeg Custom 10 speakers
  • 3-band EQ with ultra-high/low tone shaping and HF mute
  • 1/8" stereo and 1/4" mono auxilliary input with level control
  • 1/8" headphone output
  • XLR direct line-out
  • Effects send/return
  • External speaker output
  • Bass Scrambler overdrive circuit
  • 15dB pad on the input for use with active or high output sources
  • Covered in classic black Tolex with metal-reinforced corners
  • Newly designed wedge cabinet for use in floor monitor position
The Ampeg BA-210 directs the sound towards your face, not at your knees!

Additional Media

BA Series User Manual
Bass Guitar Amp Buying Guide
5 Tips to Set Up Your New Guitar Amp

Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 450W
Speakers 2 x 10" Ampeg Custom10
Effects Yes
EQ 3-band (Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo Tone Shaping)
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x Aux
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Speaker), 1 x XLR, 1 x Headphones
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 24.8"
Width 20"
Depth 15"
Weight 48 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2042774-00

Customer Reviews

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Awsome combo

I have always owned Ampeg amps. 8-10s, then 4-10s, and now 2-10s. The balanced line out and ext. speaker output gives you options for monitoring and sub-speakers. Phone and headset capability makes practice awesome. Ampeg you did it again Jp
Music background: Pro bassist

Awesome amp!

Great Sound perfect amp+

Homerun Ampeg!!

OK Paul, I promised a review on the new Ampeg BA 210. Here it is. I have pretty much come to the conclusion that Ampeg has hit a home run here. I think Ampeg has been listening to the pro players suggestions and using them to build a superior product. I use a variety of basses and electronics so to give the amp a fair chance I played with the processed sounds and then went straight to the amp from the instrument. I am always concerned with having a full presence in the mix so I ran the amp at high volume and low as well. I maxed out about 82db at the speaker which seemed to be loud enough everybody in the room. The speakers maintained their tonal/graphic integrity even at high volume levels. The amp produced evenly and didn't change it's characteristics as we went up in volume. The on board tone controls have been given a wide band area to cut or boost and that makes it easy to adjust to taste. Between my students and myself we have, so far played about a dozen basses through the amp and have yet to find one that didn't sound great through it. Even with cheapie basses we were able to find a good tone that would work nicely in a performance setting. The Scrambler was a nice feature that gave character to the sound of any instrument we tried. I was skeptical about the need for a Scrambler at first, but after working with it a little I think it's a very usable addition to the controls of this amp. When I play out I usually use a Guild 602 Pilot with 10 band DOD graphics and an Electro Harmonix Micro Synth. The Guild has a pretty weak signal directly from the bass so I pump it up a little with the graphic. The EH pedal....well you all know what they can do :-) With the EH pedal the amp produced deep rich sub-lows and superb midrange. I was able to use the treble knob as a "seasoning" in the sound and not feel like I was going to pop a driver. When I was running just the graphic I was able to get exactly what I wanted easily and quickly. I was super surprised to see how much I could do without any processing at all. The amp has plenty of headroom and ample graphic capability to get your tone without any processing help. I could thump and pop with crisp highs and not lose any low end to get that "active" sound from the bass. As of yet I haven't hooked up another cabinet, but when I do it will be running 450 watts and I am certain it will handle any gigs I'll be playing. If I need more V there's a clean line out. Next I tried my Bunny Brunel Carvin six string straight into the Ampeg. The amp stood up to the low B string and never even sounded strained. I was able to "mine" out the tones I wanted without getting extreme in my control configurations. The upper register was as crisp as I wanted to make it with room to spare. When playing "Tap" the Ampeg gave me all the tonal flexibility I needed to get it tweaked just where I wanted it quicklt. The clincher was the Old Boy. Yep, I plugged in my 1895 Knilling upright directly. A Fishman BP 100 pickup, No preamp, no graphic, no nothing. HOLY COW!!! I was BLOWN AWAY!! Using the Ampeg's tone controls and Scramble I was able to blend a really sweet, rich solo tone and still have a super fat bottom end for accompaniment mode. No need for preset EQs or knob turning on the fly. AMEN!! I am still experimenting with the Aux In and FX loop to see what there is to be found. I have to admit that I did use the Aux input to play back a CD for a student and it worked great. I hope that doesn't make me a DJ :-) (We Love Ya Disc Guys :-) In short, I would recommend this amp to anyone who needs a versatile, light weight and powerful bass amp. I don't think you'll be disappointed. Congratulations Ampeg. Great job on the BA 210. Sincerely, Tom Firth Firth Music LLC
Music background: Pro Musician


I play mostly for my church, it seats about 400, and this amp fills the room without breaking a sweat. This amp never feels like its trying hard. The 210s sound very good at low volumes and sound amazing the more the amp is cranked up. The monitor angle design is spot on, ideal for the stage. I play a Carvin SB5000 which has active/passive electronics, and I've found that I can easily dial in that classic Ampeg tone when I play my guitar in passive mode, but in active mode and uncomplicated EQ, dialing in different quality tones is a snap. Also it seems that the Scrambler effect is more pure with the guitar in passive mode. The amp is not insanely heavy, so carrying it around isn't bad. One of my favorite features is the AUX input. Running my phone or tablet through the amp and playing through the amp at the same time has made practicing and learning new material a lot easier. Plus with the headphones, I've eliminated the need for a small practice amp. In short, I love this amp. It has versatility to take me from a quiet practice at home, to a small - medium events, and is a powerhouse for large rallies. This amp delivers excellent tone, the tone I want every time.
Music background: worship, rock, blues, country

Darn Nice Amp!

Just received this amp, and all I can say is WOW! Tried it out by itself at first and it sounded very nice, then plugged into my Ampeg 4x10 cab, then it REALLY cranked out some thunderous sound! Ampeg is back to the old sound they used to have. The only thing I not sure about is the scrambler, but I've only played with things for 45 minutes as of now.
Music background: 35yrs playing bass
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