#1
I'm a lead guitarist, but I am delving into bass for recording purposes, and to try something new. Ignore that though, and what bass I have. I need a decent bass practice amp basically for under £100, but more like under £80. I've had a look at the Fender Rumble 15, which seems ok and I've heard some good things about it. Is there anything else worth looking at? It that a bad buy?

Thanks. And I'm not a noob, so please don't treat me like one
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#2
peavey max 126. great practice amp for bass. even used it with my guitar for a while.
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#4
Thanks for the assurance, and other ideas. My friend / our bassist has a microbass which sounds alright.
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