#1
i have a £100 budget and currently have a terrible bass amp, i'd like something that could contend with an acoustic drum kit in a small practice room so preferably above 20W

any more details needed will be edited in my post
thanks
#5
Quote by AICfreak

No, Marshall bass amps are pretty weak compared to other companies. If you're in the UK, Ashdown will be your best bet on a budget.

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#6
Quote by Brad_Bassist
Anything by Markbass or Ampeg. You can't go wrong with them.


Unless it's a low-end ampeg, in which case you can get much much better for the same amount of cash. If you can find a used markbass combo in that range, by all means go for it though.

I second the ashdown suggestion for your side of the pond. I know peaveys are dirt cheap solid beginner amps with decent power over hear, but suspect they probably cost a fair bit more over there. If not, check them out as well.
#7
ok thanks a lot guys i shall have a look for some ashdown amps, any really good stuff with lots of wattage that are dirt cheap second hand in the UK? would be appreciated
#9
in the meantime will anybody be able to help me out on what model i should get exactly?
#10
I'm confused as to why this is in the guitar section.....

Anyways, I would suggest a cheap Trace-Elliot :/
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