#1
i know bass gets load but not as much as guitar, how do i keep my bass amp load when practicing with my band but not too load so it rumbles (it's a pretty small older crate bx 25 amp)
like with do i do with equalizations?


i can't type the word load i can't remember how to spell it rite now sorry my minds sleepy!
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#2
Loud.

A 25W amp is gonna have to strain to be heard in a band setting. You're not gonna be able to avoid distortion, rumbling, bad noises, etc.

Buy a more powerful amp.
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#4
loud is wat i meant everyone srry alol!
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#5
1.Listen in school so you can spell the simplest of words like loud, what, and sorry.

2.Don't make your text huge if it's not necessary.

3.If your amp is rumbling etc. then you need to get a louder amp. Of course you could tell your band to be quiet...but that'd be kind of ridiculous. Haha.