#2
Second one (although I would look into a combo if I was you).
Yes they are but they lack effects.
Icecream.

Changed my mind actually go for the Mag (but still combos are better).
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#3
the MAG is better than the electric blue

i'm not a fan of ashdown i've had some live issues with them, but yes they are very versatile amps.

what kind of pie?

also that is ridiculously unfair, you can get a 600 watt MAG series for the same price as the 180 watt EB (ashdown's cheapiest model)
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#5
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what kind of pie?



Any kind your not allergic to.
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#6
if you play in clubs or pubs the 180w is sufficient....and in bigger space I think you will redirect it into mixer...so...in my opinion 180w...but it dipends also by the kind of music you play..
#7
Quote by aaciseric
Second one (although I would look into a combo if I was you).
Yes they are but they lack effects.
Icecream.

Changed my mind actually go for the Mag (but still combos are better).


And that's a good thing, as amp effects usually suck huge ass.
#8
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And that's a good thing, as amp effects usually suck huge ass.
And it does have an octave effect anyway.
#10
It does have the octave effect but I was just trying to hint that you may need to get your own effects pedals because only really does clean and certain styles do require alot of different sounds.
#12
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sooooo, this? http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ashdown-MAG-C410T300-Combo-Bass-Amp?sku=485034

What I was origonally planning to do was pair the mag head(since thats what you folks are telling me) with an avatar 212.


I may do something similar. If you do this, get the avatar in 8 ohms so you have space for another cabinet.
#13
Ya Ill probably pair the cab with a 15 or another 212 once I get moar moneys.
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#15
yeah I can't remember the last time I used it...an octave effect is probably the last thing I'd ever want to be honest.
#17
As long as were talking about amps and stuff,
I could get a Carvin 410 or an Avatar neo 212.If I were eventually going to pair it with a 15 cab which one would you recommend?
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#18
Quote by aaciseric
Second one (although I would look into a combo if I was you).
Yes they are but they lack effects.
Icecream.

Changed my mind actually go for the Mag (but still combos are better).



why are you so against stacks?
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#19
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why are you so against stacks?

The forum is biased against them because more often than not you don't need one, and a combo would be not only better for you, but also cheaper.
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#20
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The forum is biased against them because more often than not you don't need one, and a combo would be not only better for you, but also cheaper.
"The forum" is some software on a computer somewhere that doesn't care what amp you have. Maybe in GG&A everyone thinks "get a Peavey combo" is the answer to every question, but that's not the case here.