#2
I'm not sure whether it would work but I think I speak for everyone when I say don't get it

Behringers have a shockingly bad reputation for being cheap but sounding like **** and playing terribly, then breaking easily.
#3
Hm, I played one yesterday at my friend's band practice, and I loved the sound...

But if it'll break easily screw it.

I have $250 to spend, so next question:

Should I Buy:

An acoustic bass

A new amp

A different bass head

Other (please suggest)
#4
I doubt you can get much in the way of amps for $250.
An acoustic bass always sounded fun to me, but I've never had the cash.
As for head, depends on what you got right now.
#5
I've never owned my own bass head...I want to buy one for cheap though...

And I DID play a pretty cheap acoustic bass a while back...it sounded like ****. lol

I think amps are out of the question, so should I buy a bass head for my 120 volt amp, or an acoustic bass...
#8
Acutally, your right. It's a combo...

Well, I guess I'll buy an acoustic bass.
#9
Or save the money? It doesn't have to be spent now, and for that money, an acoutic bass would be rubbish.
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#11
Here's a better idea. Get a rackmount head. Behringer Bass V-Amp = $100, Nady power amp = $100, and surely you can get a 4 space rack case for about $50.
#12
If you get those and don't have a head, they'll be worthless for a while. And dont get the Behringer. The GK 210 looks good, I like the tone that 210 amps give. but a lot of the tone you get from this will depend on your head.

I'm thinking about this $250 Ashdown 2x10 cab--I don't have the $ for a head yet either, but this one looks good:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ashdown-MAG-210T-2X10-Deep-Bass-Cabinet-with-Tweeter?sku=605031
#13
That ashdown looks awesome...

I think I will just buy the GK 210, I have a birthday coming soon, and I'll probably get some money...(it's awesome to be young, lol)

Maybe enough to buy a good bass head...
#14
Too bad I won't be getting any money till christmas..and even then, not enough for a good head. I'll have to look into 210 combos. Anyway, the GK is known for its bright tone and good mid-treble response, unlike a lot of amps. Any 210 wont have the same low-end response as a 115, but the 210 compensates with better highs/mids and brighter tone. If thats what you want, go for it. Otherwise, get a 1x15 cab or a cheap 115 combo--Fender and Peavey have some good 115 combos for around 250-300, so look around. And as always, check used. If you could find a GK or Ashdown or even a good combo used, go for it.
#15
do u mean 120 watt?
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#16
Whatever you do, don't buy behringers, once you do, you night not stop. I know a guy, who had a 210 400-watt combo, and it prettymuch exploded, and now he has a behringer fullstack. When I saw him doing that, I lost all respect for him, like he just went and ****ed Pete Wentz up the a$$
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