#1
Very low budget I know but Im more than happy to buy second hand and occasionally you do get bargains for a little more(which I might be willing to pay but not much more).
Ive already emailed a guy about a Ashdown Electric Blue EB15-180.
Suggestions?
Gear:
Jackson Pro Series DK2T Dinky
ESP LTD KH-202
Yamaha APX-5-12A
Antares 12 String Acoustic
Earthfire Jazz Bass
Peavey Valveking 212
Marshall MG30DFX
Peavey KB/A 15
BOSS MT-2
BOSS MD-2
Rocktek MWR-01
#2
Well for a giiging amp for a 100 quid used is the only way. Check Craigslist and eBay regularly
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#3
yeah Im checking ebay a lot,but Ive not played bass for too long so Im not too knowledgable about amps(well not as much as most the people here).
Would it be an idea to get a simple but powerful amp and get something like a bass pod? or jus what I was originally gonna do
Gear:
Jackson Pro Series DK2T Dinky
ESP LTD KH-202
Yamaha APX-5-12A
Antares 12 String Acoustic
Earthfire Jazz Bass
Peavey Valveking 212
Marshall MG30DFX
Peavey KB/A 15
BOSS MT-2
BOSS MD-2
Rocktek MWR-01
#4
For gigging, you need around 300W to have enough headroom to be safe for most small gigs.

In short, there is no way in hell you are going to get that with £100.
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#5
Yeah your most likely right although Ive heard people say they were fine with a 175W etc...
Gear:
Jackson Pro Series DK2T Dinky
ESP LTD KH-202
Yamaha APX-5-12A
Antares 12 String Acoustic
Earthfire Jazz Bass
Peavey Valveking 212
Marshall MG30DFX
Peavey KB/A 15
BOSS MT-2
BOSS MD-2
Rocktek MWR-01
#6
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Yeah your most likely right although Ive heard people say they were fine with a 175W etc...


If the drummer is either a wuss, or they could rely on having a good PA.

In reality, you cannot scrape through gigs like that. That little extra power of 300W is safety and confidence your drummer will hear you clearly, and the crowd will hear you clearly.
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#7
100 pounds -> buy an ashdown -> hope for a pa system

for practising with a band you'll manage it with 100 pounds, gigging not (unless it is a small bar or something)
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#8
Well if hooking up through a pa has positive results Id do it
The singer has an ashdown pa I could ask him if hes cool with it (providiong it doesnt damage it in any way).
Well in that case what would be the best value amp,ignore price now but keep in mind as cheap as ya can
Gear:
Jackson Pro Series DK2T Dinky
ESP LTD KH-202
Yamaha APX-5-12A
Antares 12 String Acoustic
Earthfire Jazz Bass
Peavey Valveking 212
Marshall MG30DFX
Peavey KB/A 15
BOSS MT-2
BOSS MD-2
Rocktek MWR-01