Baby Bomb delivers a true 30 watts of power to drive any guitar cabinet with an impedance of 8 or 16 ohms. A perfect partner for your favorite Mooer Micro Preamp!
With just 2 simple controls, the Baby Bomb is easy to setup. Connect your pedal board to the input of Baby Bomb and the output to your cabinet using a speaker cable. Set the Presense switch to Warm or Bright and dial up the volume. Pushing past 12 o'clock gives a warm, tube-like, post stage overdrive which feels natural.
Baby Bomb 30 is perfect for musicians on the go!
Note: For best results connect our overdrive and distortion pedals before your preamp, place your modulation and time based effects after the preamp and before the Baby Bomb 30.
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Last Updated: March 27, 2018
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return it within 45 days of the original purchase date for a store credit refund, or within 14 days of the original purchase date for a refund to the original purchase method (PayPal, credit card, etc). If an item is not received by us within the 45-day window, the package will be refused. All new items returned must be in BRAND NEW condition with zero signs of wear or use and must be returned in the original packaging with ALL materials (free/bundled items -- must be unused/unopened, warranty cards, plastic, pouches, manuals etc.). We reserve the right to charge an up to 15% restocking fee on any opened guitars, amps, or keys being returned.
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If a product is defective upon arrival, or the wrong item was received, all the shipping fees will be covered by us and we will send you a replacement once the original item is received. If for any reason a replacement wont be available for a significant amount of time, we will issue you a store credit to use on another item. For defective items, Prymaxe reserves the right to refuse the return if we determine the reason for the unit failing was not covered under the warranty (i.e., if the item was damaged due to user fault or error). If you feel your item was damaged in shipping, please take plenty of pictures of the damaged box and item and immediately contact us so we can open a claim with the shipping company.
Please be very diligent with testing your defective item. Be sure to try other guitars, power supplies, cables, and amps. We also request that you take a video of the item not working. If we receive your item, test it, and find it to be working, we will give you a refund minus the cost of shipping both ways and charge a 20% restocking fee.
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Your return must be received by us within 45 days of the original purchase date for store credit, or postmarked by 14 days for a refund to the original purchase method (PayPal, credit card, etc). This means you must ship your return with enough time for us to receive the package within the deadline. If it does not arrive within 45 days, we will refuse the package. If you feel you sent the package within a reasonable time frame, but it arrived late due to the shipping company’s error, please immediately contact us to make an appeal before we refuse the package.
What if I pre-ordered an item?
If a pre-ordered item arrives outside of the 45 day window from when you ordered it, you will have 7 days from the arrival date to send it back for store credit.
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This little guy is amazing!
It's tiny. I knew it would be 'small,' but i was still surprised at how small it is. It's very loud. Too loud, actually, if you only want it to power a modeler for home/studio use. Like a Fender combo, the volume **** ramps up wayyyy too quickly, from zero to loud in just the first 15 degrees of rotation on the pot.
I cannot say how it holds up, with regard to how clean it stays, at higher volumes. I have to keep the **** lower than '9:00' and then use my modeler's volume **** at 9:00 just to keep it tame enough for 'bedroom/apartment' volumes.
Seems neutral enough. I dunno. Haven't directly compared it to anything. I did have a Katana 100w head (Mk I) that i had used in a similar fashion, to amplify a modeler in the past, and the results seem the same.
The problems with this unit: 1) No On/Off switch. So, unless you use a power strip with individual switches, you're kinda relegated to plugging it in/unplugging it with every use/disuse. Which is a PIA. The Seymour Duncan Powerstage has an on/off switch. I wish i had allocated the $350 for that unit instead. 2) More importantly, the Baby Bomb POPs your speaker when it is switched on. The cure—keep your speaker cable unplugged. But, then that means two things i have to do—in addition to everything else—before i can just start playing guitar. Right now, i'm doing the power strip thing, and just dealing with the pop. Is that a big deal? It's not a quiet pop, and i'm not a fan of annoying noises that seem like they might be destructive to a speaker cone. 3) The Wall Wart. It's bigger than the amplifier.
I think it's unacceptable that this thing Pops. It's not only my unit. This is a commonly reported issue, and basically i just had to accept it or spend 3-4x as much for a Powerstage. Bad engineering, and i would hope Mooer would address it in a Mk II. Maybe at NAMM this year? I'd probably spend another $80 and give this one away if they made one with no pop and a power toggle.....
I love this little amp. Great tone and even better when paired with one of their pre amps.
I'm really like the recent micro offerings from Mooer. I ran an 005 preamp into the Radar with this powering a Peavey PA speaker with great results for guitar, I have yet to see if it's suitable for bass. There is plenty of volume within the first quarter turn of the volume ****, so be careful because a little bump goes a long way. I would also suggest sticking to the Warm setting if you're using a speaker cab with a tweeter.