#1
we need a bass amp for band practice, doesnt matter what brand it is, just has to be loud enough to be heard with 2 guitarists and a drummer. if anyone knows anything budgetable or if they have one for sale then we'd be glad to check it out.

thanks,
rik

EDIT: Look at later post about jordan amp. im not gonna get a new amp now, im concerned about a speaker.
Gear:

Epiphone Thunderbird
Custom P Bass (in the works)
Fender Rumble 100
Last edited by iamwangzilla at Jan 8, 2007,
#2
Do you play any small gigs? Price range?
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#3
well small gigs sure, well just end up running it through hte mixer, and price range.. someting cheap like 300 or maybe a bit more.. it doenst have to be huge cause like i said we can just run it htough the mixer.. so yea
Gear:

Epiphone Thunderbird
Custom P Bass (in the works)
Fender Rumble 100
#4
An ashdown Combo or a Fender rumble ?
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#7
EDIT:JORDAN AMP POST

ok we just found a really really old amp taht might be a bass amp.. its a Jordan Trouper 120 with a 15 inch speaker and simple volume, bass, treble, and tremolo knobs. its closed back and like i said.. very very old. It works fine as a bass amp on low volumes, but when we turn it up, i dont think the speaker inside is powerful enough, becuase it really distorts the bass signal. so i think replacing it will work, but does anyone have any suggestions on either a new speaker or if you have any information on this amp PLEASE let us know becasue we figure its from maybe 1965 at earliest. let me know
Gear:

Epiphone Thunderbird
Custom P Bass (in the works)
Fender Rumble 100
Last edited by iamwangzilla at Jan 8, 2007,