#1
Hey bass monkeys,

I've just sold my 500 watt Hartke rig finally after spending about 6 months trying to get rid of it and am now in search of a smaller, more portable bass combo. I play a Marcus Miller Sig Jazz Bass and a John Myung 6 string (occassionally) ranging from metal to hardcore to jazz to funk to.....well most things I've been looking at some of the new Laney gear and had a blast on the Gallien Krueger MB210 but am still not 100% sure. I'm open to any suggestions for a combo/head and cab.

Any thoughts?

Regards,

Mark
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#2
What was wrong with your Hartke, how small do you need and will you be gigging?
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There was nothing wrong with it at all there was just too much of it lol. 500 Watt head and 2 cabs were too big for my car and room tbh. I suppose I could have kept one cab and the head but I got a really good offer for the lot so took it. I was thinking around the 300watt range maybe? and gigging is a possiblilty but would be small venues (pubs, small local festivals etc)
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http://www.soundslive.co.uk/product~name~Ashdown-MAG-C410T-300---Mag-EVO-II~ID~3073.asp

If you don't mind using a Combo.
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http://www.soundslive.co.uk/product~name~Ashdown-MAG-C410T-300---Mag-EVO-II~ID~3073.asp

If you don't mind using a Combo.


Not at all. Thanks for the suggestion, do you have any experience with one? I tried some of the other ashdowns and found them a tad muddy.
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