#1
I'm moving across the country and taking a 5 day road trip to get there. To save space and visibility, I've turned my bass amp on its side, speaker facing down. I wouldn't think this would be a problem but I thought I'd ask you all just in case theres something I haven't thought of. What do you all think? Here's a photo:
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#2
i do it all the time with no problems, and so does almost everyone i know.
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i do it all the time with no problems, and so does almost everyone i know.


great! thanks!
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#4
I should point out to you, however, that the photo shows that YOUR CAR is on its side. Not the amp. Driving around like that is fine for the amp, but probably not great for the car.
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I should point out to you, however, that the photo shows that YOUR CAR is on its side. Not the amp. Driving around like that is fine for the amp, but probably not great for the car.

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