#1
I need advice on a good bass amp. I'm new to this but not completely dumb. I currently have a 10w amp and I'm starting to dislike due to wanting to play a little louder without hearing distortion coming from the speaker. I can only spend $100-150 on one so what would be best suited for that price range and I generally play hard rock. Thanks for the help.
#2
Acoustic amps are pretty damn good.
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#4
Well the whole point of getting a new amp to play louder is getting something with more power.

100-150 bucks really is not all that much for an amp. Are you willing to go used?
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In the end, the only question is: what bass would Jesus play?

I think he's a Fender Jazz guy.
#5
Yea i can. It doesnt have to be new, Im not real picky when it comes to that but i does have to work well.
#6
Heck out the used section on guitar centers website. they have tons of wicked stuff.
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In the end, the only question is: what bass would Jesus play?

I think he's a Fender Jazz guy.
#7
I'm not really sure how much it would cost in your currency, but check out the Ashwood Five Fifteen.

I bought it a little while ago, and I really like it. works great with my effect pedals too.

Again, not sure about the price.
#8
The Acoustic B-20 is about $150. Or if you wait
until next week, they may have a sale and you
might get one for $99 like I did on July fourth
holiday sale. It is a good bedroom amp.



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#9
See if you can find a Acoustic B100 in the used section of your local Guitar Center.
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#11
Which one?

I love me a Hartke.
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#12
Hatke are very much love and hate, from what I've seen. Personally I've used one once before at a gig, and thought that it was a great amp.
#14
Go used. Avoid Behringer.

Peavey frequently turns up on the used market for cheap - and is typically pretty good.
#15
in some music shops I see awesome deals.I once saw a used gallien krueger (like medium sized,didnt see the wattage)for $170 bucks.if you wanna buy a new amp for $150 your options wont be much better than what you have.go used
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