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Discussion in 'The BASS Place' started by Wyzsard, May 9, 2017.
I have a class D head, but am waiting for a tube head to arrive tomorrow.
What ya got ?
1978 bass man 70. If anything else is needed I'm in the wrong band.
Roland Bass Cube 100. Suits the limited amount of bass work I do myself, and works fine with my bass-playing partner using it for our duo gigs. Maybe pro guys wouldn't consider it a serious bass amp, but it certainly isn't a toy either.
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Ampeg B4 head (solid state). Love it.
Firebass 700 through 2 1x15 black widow cabs
I have a Hartke bass rig with a hybrid preamp. I can blend the tube with SS, sounds great with a little tube warmth.
I have one of those too. It's my back up.
My main bass amp is SS: Markbass Little Mark II.
Marshall MB b150, with a tube preamp. It's ok, but not quite loud enough for gigs. I had to use an external 4x10.
I hear that. I'm moving from a 500 watt class D head to a 50 watt Ampeg tube head.
If it sounds good it is good.
GK MB Fusion hybrid head thru an Eden 210XLT
80 Watt SWR Workingman's 10 amp. For home and jams it's the bomb.
I got my first bass and a fender rumble amp a few months ago. I want to get a Quilter Bass Block at some point.
SS. Fender, Rumble 100.
My bass guy of the past thirty years uses a Peavey Mark III Series Solid State 400 Watt. So old, Hartley Peavey himself may have wired it, lol. His cab is a single Bullfrog 18". With a G&L L2000, no need of putting him in the PA. Cuts through everything.
I have two.
My "big rig" is a Galien Krueger MB112 and 1-12 extension cabinet.
My little amp, though physically bigger , is a Traynor Block 80.
Great, simple, dependable stuff!
My main rig is an Eden E300T, 300 watts of all-tube glory, through a battle-scarred Carvin 4x10 cab. Once in a while I'll bust out my Peavey 1820 (1x18 & 2x10 in sealed cab) if I'm playing outdoors and feeling rowdy.
At my band mates rehearsal space, I have a vintage 100-watt Univox tube head driving a 1x15 cab.
I recently acquired a Peavey Classic 400 all-tube head, but have yet do use it for anything serious.
I also have a couple SS units around, but they aren't light enough to warrant dragging them around for that reason. The Eden Nemesis 200watt/2x12 combo does occasionally get to go out and play
KMD 700 watt solid state head (only 350 watts or so into my 8 ohm 1x15 cab though...)
SansAmp RBI driving a Crown XLS 1000 bridged mono (1100 watts @ 4ohms) into two Acoustic MKii 4x10 cabs.
Peavey Max 112 200 watt. I use it in Church; doesn't need to be miked.