Hi. I have a perspective of participating in equipping a rehearsal space in a garage, so I am supposed to contribute a bass amp for it. This will be just a part of a garage, probably less than 200 square feet, there will be some sound insulation, guitar combos will be about 60W. I don't have much funds so I am thinking about that super cost-effective Behringer 300W head plus some 300W 4x10", e.g. Warwick. Maybe it is not the best amp ever, but at least it has that much power and is SO cheap. The funny thing is, decent combo amps of 100 and more watts that are available in my city (Fender Bassman, Ampeg BA, Roland DB), usually cost even more than the configuarion I've mentioned. I can see also the following pros for that choice: 1) Headroom is always good, and a deep 4x10" cab is supposed to provide more defined tone than any single-speaker combo. 2) No one knows what situations may occur in the future, and it's always good to have more than is presently required. 3) The separate setup is more flexible, e.g. in the future I can buy another head, or a good preamp. The only thing that makes me doubt is that 300W seem an overkill for 200 square feet. Usually, a 100-something Watt combo would suffice for this. We don't want to go deaf there, we will look for a drummer who can play not too loud. You know, I already have tinitus because of my Walkman and because of drummers Of course, it's not necessary to run the amp at full volume, but the question is: will it have decent tone at acceptable levels? What would you say?