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Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by wilfred, Oct 31, 2012.
Let's see your at home practice rigs.
Mine is a Behringer ULTRABASS BXL450...
Not actually at home in this pic, but I do use it at home...Ampeg BA108:
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It's so sad. This poor, forgotten pair has been relegated to being the official 'bedroom practice amp'. You can almost feel their pain.
My modded Epi Valve Jr. and Peavey BW 15. 5 watts of pure tube goodness.
I plug into my stereo system, sounds 100 times better than my bass amp. I just wish it was loud and under 200lbs.
What i used to have a epi valve jr head, what mods need to be done to play bass through it?
DIY Tube and SS preamps, 1000 watt IcePower plate amp
Thunderchild 112AF cab
I have smaller SS amps, but I always end up using one of these:
Plenty for the bedroom...
Micro-VR / Carvin 973. Mmmm.
The only thing I use for home practice is a Tascam GB-10 Guitar and Bass Trainer. My wife has to be at work at 5 A.M. so she goes to bed around 8 P.M. The GB-10 lets me play through headphones without disturbing her.
Stage rig is on the right.
Furman PL8 Power Conditioner
2 SVT 410HE cabs
That head, 'cause it couldn't handle cold-trailer-to-warm-room gigs (rack has been disassembled) and cabs pictured (depending on what I feel like using at the moment) because they’re too big for the small rooms typically played.
yes, it is a bass amp and a bass cab
If it is a V2 or V3 all you have to do is change out the tubes and put in a much bigger transformer (you can see it in the photo). The Hammond 125ESE works great.
Hartke HA4000 amp loaded into an old Carvin Redline cab ... sounds great !!
Standel Artist 15...my only SS amp.
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