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Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Jackster007, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Jackster007

    Jackster007

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    I am considering the purchase of a new amp and need to do it a little at a time....i am considering a GK 400 RB, a GK MB 200 or an Ampeg PF-500 and a GK210 MBE-II cabinet.
    I currently have a fender rumble 100. This will be for home use.

    I am looking for opinions and feedback.
    Thanks
  2. musicman666

    musicman666 Supporting Member

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    All of those amp are great choices, can't go wrong with any one. The Ampeg would give you the most power if you later decide to start playing out. I don't have any experience with the GK MB200 but I do have a mid-80's GK 400RB that is still rockin!! Good luck!
  3. JimmyM

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    I'd do PF500 or 400rb.
  4. Aussie Player

    Aussie Player

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    Marshall VBA 400 with matching VBC 412 cab.
    The best my money has bought.
  5. Clammy

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    Even better with TWO VBC 412s! ;)

    Cheers!
    :bassist::bassist::bassist:
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