#2
i own the fender rumble 100watt 1x15 i really dont recommend it. its hard to get a gd tone defined tone, it weighs a ton and frankly there are better amps out the for the price
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#3
try a kustom groove bass

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#4
If he like the tone, sure, it should hold up pretty well. I know a guy who uses an old Frontline as a bass amp.

I dunno how much that 1x15 weighs, but this thing is only 62 lbs. If thats to heavy, then hit the gym or hire a crew to carry it around for you, seriously. I had an old Peavey 1x15 CAB that weighed close to 50 lbs. And my Peavey 4x10 is 100. Besides, most of the light weight gear I've seen falls apart in no time.

Tell him to check out a Yorkville, I don't like them as much since they went to a tube preamp but they still sound great and they're pretty much bombproof (plus the 2 year unconditional warranty)
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MIM Fender Telecaster
Art & Lutherie Cedar
1969 EKO Ranchero
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Dunlop GCB95 Wah
Digitech HotRod
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#5
The rumbles are good. My 1X15 weighs about that and it's just a hassle if you have to get it in through a side door into the trunk* (the trunk door was frozen shut). Other than that it's not too bad. I'ts got wheels and you can get quite a nice tone from it. The mid scoop sounds quite good and it can get really bassy or very trebly or somewhere in between. It's quite a sensitive EQ so you can get alot of seperate tones from it. Thats with the 1x15 anyway I'm assuming the 2x10 is the same.

*To people in Britain really call a trunk a boot?
#6
Yes, we do call trunks boots. But seeing as we had cars before you did they all should be called boots

I wouldn't go with a Rumble, I am not happy with mine (which to be fair is only a 25w). Getting a good tone isn't easy, they're pretty heavy and I found that it didn't last all that long
#8
Ah, fair enough. But compared to other 25w (ish) amps I have used, the fender ain't all that great. 'Tis dead now
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i agree

also dude its a pain in the arse dragging 60lbs of driftwood and speaker up as many flights of stairs as i do.

o yeh just so u no the low mid knob just snapped off it 10minutes ago thus proving that it is a lame amp that can't hold u to a bedroom level practice let alone a gig.

If u buy it u will want another amp within a year cos ull see so many better ones it will make u sick
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#10
Try Gallien Krueger Backline series. Or Ashdown Electric Blue or even better Ashdown MAG. Awesome amps within the Rumble 100 210 price range.
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