MXR M87 Bass Compressor
hi all, first post on this forum :help:
i am considering two options and i cant make choice so i need help from some of you more experienced people there :)
http://www.fender.com/en-MK/series/r...ombo/#features 150 w rumble with MXR M87 Bass Compressor http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/bass-compressor
or just to get a 350w rumble without the compressor
i need to chose because i dont have money for the pedal and the 350w amp atm
we play rock at clubs and pubs so what would be better choice?
thanks alot :)
I would go with the 350w amp. I tried that compressor and was really disappointed in it. That amount of headroom should really tighten up your sound for most gigs.
I would skip the comp for now too, even though I liked that one quite well. It's just nowhere near "as necessary" as a big-enough amp for the gig.
thx for the reply chub,
i was ready to buy the 350w but a friend told me to consider the other option because its very heavy for carrying and i dont need that much power, however if i dont get better quality sound with the compressor+150w i am still more interested for the 350w
other opinions will be appreciated please reply
thx for the info bongo,
the largest place we would play is about 120m2 (the other locals are smaller).
do you think 150w is enough?
I love the MXR compressor, but 150w is not enough. Get the bigger amp first.
Go for the amp. You don't need a compressor.
Or...if you are in the PA get the smaller amp for monitor/practice and a good DI.
I'd go with the 350w. Just because you don't need that much power now, you might in the future. Extra headroom (power) is nice for keeping the sound clean (if that's your thing).
thx people for the replies,
Having enough amp is much more important than adding accessories to an inadequet set-up. Your choice of spkr cabs is of the most importance.
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