#1
I'm looking to get my first bass amp and was wondering if anyone on here has any experience of the Bronco 40?

It seems it's only been out a while so there isn't many reviews online. It seems to have a lot of features for the price, the software to edit sounds looks interesting.

How loud will it be at 40W? I wouldn't be using it live but maybe jamming with a guitar and drums.
#2
well is it tube or solid state? if its tube it be loud enough but id say at least 65 w if its solid state
#3
It won't be very loud. No 40w, 1x10, SS practice amp will be.

At least 100w is usually recommended for keeping up with a drummer. 200+ is better just to have more headroom without being drowned out. Take a look at Acoustic, you can get a decent enough, jam-worthy amp for fairly cheap.
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#4
Quote by Tostitos
It won't be very loud. No 40w, 1x10, SS practice amp will be.

At least 100w is usually recommended for keeping up with a drummer. 200+ is better just to have more headroom without being drowned out. Take a look at Acoustic, you can get a decent enough, jam-worthy amp for fairly cheap.

are u sure i have used 90s and easly fit with a drummer
#5
The style of the drummer has to be taken into account.
The drummer in my band plays a lot louder than most people I've played with.

But yeah I think you have to look at 200+ watts and take the speaker size in account as well.
The Bronco 40 to me is more like a practice amp or to start recording with. I don't think it can handle most drummers.