#1
im going to be needing a new amp
but im at a budget of around 250
im down to these amps
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Acoustic-B100-100W-1x15-Bass-Combo?sku=482900
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Rumble-60-Bass-Combo-Amp?sku=480720
http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-Ultrabass-BXL1800-180W-1x12-Bass-Combo?sku=481098
its going to be used with a drummer
also we plan on using it for relatively small shows but we have a p.a. system and all that jazz
which one do you guys think would be more worth it
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#2
Well, from personal experience, don't get the behringer. I've owned a pair of products by them, and I tell you, if they last a year, you're in luck.
The other two had a single 12" speaker, and you'll need all the wattage and headroom you can if you're playing with a drummer. 100W should be enough if he isn't playing too agressively.
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#3
so you think the acoustic should be good enough?
and he isn't going to be going too aggressive anyway
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#4
Quote by rasveer
so you think the acoustic should be good enough?
and he isn't going to be going too aggressive anyway


Yeah, I think so. Would always had been nicer with another 12" speaker, but that's gonna cost you. It should be good enough for now. I know I played a 100W amp with my teacher, while he played the drums, and it worked out nicely.
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#5
noice
thanks man this will be a temporary thing because i am jobless at the moment
its sad really up to now i had been using a Guitar Amp that came with a starter pack
10 watts can only be good for making fart noises :/
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#6
well out of the choices given, acoustic completely owns the other ones
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#7
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well out of the choices given, acoustic completely owns the other ones

this. it is often the case with cheap pricing.
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#8
Line 6 Studio 110. Ignore all the Line 6 haters - the Studio 110 is a very good bass amp.
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#9
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Line 6 Studio 110. Ignore all the Line 6 haters - the Studio 110 is a very good bass amp.

explain this statement.

Line 6 is awful, IMO.
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#10
Actually that line 6 is fairly bad actually i personnaly think my rumble is a bit better as it goes only a bit but still. I suppose the acoustic then i hear there good an ^ hes always raving on about them. Yep the acoustic.
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#12
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explain this statement.

Line 6 is awful, IMO.

Play the amp and you'll understand. It's not a Spider.
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#13
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Nice, that'll last you for quite a while.


About the Line 6, I've played a few models of that and indeed the tone isn't bad[/i[, and you can make some cool noises, but it doesn't sound especially great either...kind of bland.
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