#1
i am looking for a bass amp that is 100 watts or more and is under 450 dollars. i was looking at the roland cube 100. but if there is any other good amps out on the market please let me know. i am in a 3 piece band and dont have to worry if there might be another guitarist cause if so that would be me.
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#2
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#3
Why, pray tell, are you looking for 100W? It's nowhere near giggable wattage and is a bit excessive for a practice amp.
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Why, pray tell, are you looking for 100W? It's nowhere near giggable wattage and is a bit excessive for a practice amp.

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#5
the type of stuff im doing will only require a 100 watt amp for the settings ill be playing in. when i do need more wattage i will be able to afford it. if there is an amp with more than 100 watts than okay. ill edit.
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#6
id say the range of wattages between 50w 200w is an awkward place.

Far to excessive for practice, but still not enough to rehearsals or gigs.

If your gonna spend that much on an amp, get at least 200w. That way your good for jams and you have a backline for your gigs.

I recommend the Kustom KBA 200w
#8
The SWR LA series is actually quite good, in my opinion. I have an LA15, and it cost me $300 brand new. You might want to check it or the LA12 out.
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#10
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If he plans on gigging, he will have problems. I play in a Four Piece Band, and back when we were a three piece, i had trouble cutting through. It distorts horribly once it starts to get loud.
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#12
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Line-6-LowDown-LD150-Combo-Bass-Amp-103666970-i1145776.gc

i was playing this amp the other day at guitar center it was really nice it had a built in tuner, and some good effects... i played the 300 watt model... so i dont know how loud the 150 watt would be comparedto the 300 watt
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#13
I've played that....it was horrible. Made some interesting noises, but nothing of use.
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