#1
whats a good amp ranging from around $100-150? i can't spend that much.
#2
How about an orange crush?
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#3
Or look at a Peavey MAX, or a Kustom KBA10
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#4
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Acoustic-B20-1x12-Bass-Combo-Amplifier-104622667-i1383305.gc

acoustic b20. good sound. a large enough speaker to put out good tone at lower frequencies, and it's reliable.
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#5
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How about an orange crush?


Yeah, that's what I would go with. Sound great, pretty loud, has the overdrive channel.
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http://www.guitarcenter.com/Acoustic-B20-1x12-Bass-Combo-Amplifier-104622667-i1383305.gc

acoustic b20. good sound. a large enough speaker to put out good tone at lower frequencies, and it's reliable.

I just got an Acoustic B20 for $99 (Guitar Center Presidents Day sale). Great little amp, can't ask for more at this price. Lots of clean tones available, plays louder than I can handle at home, and it even did a very good job of handling the low B string of a 5-string bass when I tried one in the store.

As Revelation hinted, the B20 has a 12" speaker, while most other bass practice amps in this price class have an 8" or at best a 10" speaker. Speaker size isn't everything, but it does count for a lot when you're talking bass amp.

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