#1
My current amp is a Crate BX-50, which is all well and decent, and it gets the job done at band practice, but I'm looking for something better. I have to keep the gain and volume cranked to be able to hear myself over my guitarists and drummer.

My goal is to get an amp that will do me for small gigs, band practice, etc. but not be rediculously hard to move around. (But don't exclude one based on size)

Budget isn't really set, but you would be my hero if you found one under $400 or $500 dollars.

For the record, my guitarists are both using Fender 212R's right now.

EDIT: Doesn't have to be a combo. Head + cab would work too.
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#6
Ive played the 15' and the 12'. The 12 just doesnt have the same quality tone. I would save and get the 15, its really worth it
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Ive played the 15' and the 12'. The 12 just doesnt have the same quality tone. I would save and get the 15, its really worth it


I've seriously pushed the boundaries, I'm 16, my mum will pay for about 60% of it, or can you people recommend another bass amp around the same price range. The 12" is 795 AU RRP while the 15" is 100 more