#1
Ok, so we have a gig in a couple of months, and we are not really sure what to do with our whole amp thing. These are the amps we have within the band, 120W Half Stack (Double Input), 30W amp, 15W Bass Amp, Custom made cab with 3 different sized speakers, and a 15W guitar Amp (which is suprisingly loud for a 15W). And we just need yall to help us tell us what would be best to hook up to what amp. We have 2 guitarists, a bassist, and a singer we need to hook up. So if you wouldnt mind in just telling us what combination of amp/instruments would be best suited.
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#3
yo might want to get a mixer to hook up guitar 2 through the 15, bass through the bass amp, and singers through the 30, up to the custom cab and guitar 1 up to the half stack
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#5
Like I was saying, the half stack is double input, and we dont have a PA system right now, and idk if we could scrap the money together by that time to get one. So could i put a mic in one input and a guitar in the other? and if we end up having an extra guitar amp laying around or what not, could we plug the bass up into that or not?
We can dance if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
'Cause your friends don't dance and if they don't dance
Well they're no friends of mine
#6
I have in a band 2 x 100 W guitar amps and I need about 100W (tube amp) bass to play loud

So buy some bass amp and maybe for
vocalist something better

Cheers
Last edited by bartos at Mar 15, 2009,
#7
Ya thx we are probably going to end up doing that
We can dance if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
'Cause your friends don't dance and if they don't dance
Well they're no friends of mine
#9
Rent some. That's how to do it.
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#10
dude the bass amp is 30.me an tojo our in the band 2geather
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#11
Quote by 3hta_bryce
dude the bass amp is 30.me an tojo our in the band 2geather



ohh... so you're the one his band member replacement thread was about...


still need a stronger bass amp IMO.
#12
Quote by DeezyFerg
ohh... so you're the one his band member replacement thread was about...


still need a stronger bass amp IMO.


No, bryce is my other guitarist, i prob wouldn't ever replace him, the person who i was talking about in my replacement thread was our drummer
We can dance if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
'Cause your friends don't dance and if they don't dance
Well they're no friends of mine
#13
Quote by JakdOnCrack
Most venues have a P.A. system, you don't need to buy one.

However, you still need a bigger bass amp. how in the heck do you guys hear him during practice?


Ya, i know that. But this gig is at someones house, and so we would have to get a PA by ourselves then probably
We can dance if we want to
We can leave your friends behind
'Cause your friends don't dance and if they don't dance
Well they're no friends of mine
#14
So go rent a PA system, doesn't cost that much money. After that, consider a bigger bass amp. If you guys wanna start playing real shows soon your bassist should have nothing under 300watts in my opinion.
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