#1
how many of these have been posted is beyond me so im just going to ask and get it over with haha

i need a practice amp, something i can take around easily.
iv got a 200$ budget but if necessary ill go a biit higher
#4
Quote by tbirds1013
yea,get the acoustic b50 it's a good amp.

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#6
acoustic is the name of the company. that amp is for electric bass.
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#8
Quote by Flummery
acoustic is the name of the company. that amp is for electric bass.

the amp is for acoustic bass, it however, has a combination of the Acoustic company's clarity and the added 'wideness' to keep the acoustic electric from being overly twangy. the mid knob also seems to effect high mids a little more than low mids, making your mid scoop bassier and your mid boost much punchier.

therefore, it sounds much louder than it is, and is a wee bit more versatile than many other starter amps.
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#9
Quote by the humanity
the amp is for acoustic bass, it however, has a combination of the Acoustic company's clarity and the added 'wideness' to keep the acoustic electric from being overly twangy. the mid knob also seems to effect high mids a little more than low mids, making your mid scoop bassier and your mid boost much punchier.

therefore, it sounds much louder than it is, and is a wee bit more versatile than many other starter amps.



that being said is it good for an amp to use on the side for practice?
or should i shoot for something else