#1
I'm planning to stop with bass and buy an guitar (jackson js 33 rr).
I have a bass amp so I was thinking instead of buying a guitar amp just buy a distortion pedal.
is that a good idea???
and is the jackson js30 rr a good guitar??
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#2
i dont know anytrhing about that guitar, but yes, it will save you money to just use the bass amp and a distortion pedal
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#3
i don't do it to save my money I just wanna know if it is a good idea?
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#5
yeh i wouldnt do it either i would probably buy a practice amp that i know that is suitable to use for guitar
#6
is the roland cube 15 a good choice for a prctice amp
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#7
yes and no in a way. yes because its coming from the roland cube series but no because its missing some amp models otherwise its killer
#8
I need something to practice, maybe does anyone know another amp (max. 15w) with a good distortion and clean channel
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#9
i used a guitar with a bass amp and even bass effects like an enhancer and bass distortion, and also a H2O liquid chorus and EB volume pedal. sounded really good but of course bassy. nice for a bassy funk sound