#1
Sadly I have a GAS problem, but thats not what this thread is about...

I've been playing my bass through my nice stack while I've been at Uni this year with no problems. Now I'm back at home I have to use my little 26W 'Watson' practice amp.
I think it only has a 10" speaker and limited EQ controls.
Now playing through this, my bass farts on the lower notes. Is this most likely to be the poor quality amp (I bought for the cost of about £10, well I bought the guy 4 pints 2 years ago, so whatever that works out as...) or could it be the battery in the bass (Ibanez SR300) or something else?

Now to go to the shop about this GAS problem...
#2
The speaker is not efficient enough to produce those low notes. The bass's battery ususally produces more of a distorted fuzzy sound when the battery is going flat.
Yamaha TRB1006
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#4
Or use your ashdown mag 300 and cabs to practise with??
Yamaha TRB1006
Fender MIA jazz bass
Hora Hybrid double bass
Hartke lh 500
Ev 606L
Epiphone les paul
#5
Quote by fatgoogle
Or use your ashdown mag 300 and cabs to practise with??

I would but I've had to leave it at friends house near university in the north of England while I travel down to the South to work for the summer!