#1
Right now im winning a Stiletto Custom 5 on ebay and if i end up getting it im gonna buy either a acoustic B100 or B200. This is only for practicing and jammin but no gig type stuff. I think 100W would be plenty loud for my house to handle but I also kinda think the 200W would better suit a five string. The B200 is like $125 more so if its really worth it I would get it
#2
200 watts would just about enough for jamming with a drummer and an obnoxious guitarist. 100 watts is just a useless wattage for bass made to attract noobs because it's 100 and 100 is a big number compared to their 10 and 15 watt amps
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I think after this relentless adding for the last 10 mins, that Dan is the coolest looking. Goddamn welsh people and my great etc etc etc etc etc granddad is welsh.
#3
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200 watts would just about enough for jamming with a drummer and an obnoxious guitarist. 100 watts is just a useless wattage for bass made to attract noobs because it's 100 and 100 is a big number compared to their 10 and 15 watt amps


+win
#4
The 200 is great, I love mine.
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#6
Always go for as much headroom as you can afford without sacrificing quality or tone.. Period. I agree with Dan, 100 W is not really going to project you over a guitarist and an mildly aggressive drummer.
#7
If you can, get 300w to be sure. The volume you need varies a lot depending on the drummer and where you're playing. In one band I can be heard with a 10w practise amp but in the other I was really struggling with 200w.

So I bought a 325w amp for only £200.
#9
Oh really, what compared to your 300 watts. I say that thing peaks at 6-700 watts, hey and then multiply that by 3 or so, 1200. but cause its tube ill round that to 1500. Hmm you need another 1200 watts to keep up with me when i have 1500 pounds to spend.
Suck on that bitch.
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#10
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Oh really, what compared to your 300 watts. I say that thing peaks at 6-700 watts, hey and then multiply that by 3 or so, 1200. but cause its tube ill round that to 1500. Hmm you need another 1200 watts to keep up with me when i have 1500 pounds to spend.
Suck on that bitch.



#11
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That was also sarcasm.

For those that didnt get it, it was also an attempt at internet humor which over the internet easily gets lost.
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#12
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That was also sarcasm.

For those that didnt get it, it was also an attempt at internet humor which over the internet easily gets lost.


I'd post a certain picture at this point but I'm fairly sure it would get deleted.
Internets and sarcasm should never meet, I have concluded.
#13
any more arguments and warnings will be given.

back to the topic please
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Dan

Don't stop being you <3


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I think after this relentless adding for the last 10 mins, that Dan is the coolest looking. Goddamn welsh people and my great etc etc etc etc etc granddad is welsh.
#14
Should that even be a question? Go for the 200W! The more the better!
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