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best amp ever

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by tranceFusion, Apr 7, 2009.

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    just wanted to say... "I love you, man!"
  2. Heh, do I detect a hint of sarcasm, or is that amp honestly all of the following:
    -amazing sounding

    or did it just save your life somehow? :p
  3. RickenBoogie


    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Not quite sure I understand. Are you being serious?
  4. MooseLumps

    MooseLumps Supporting Member

    Nov 4, 2007

  5. I played thru one of the Bassman's for rehearsal, it barely got the job done for that application. For home practice their fine, but not alot of bottem end, needless to say.:rolleyes:
  6. Bassenstien


    Jun 13, 2006
    I used one all through my jazz and strings class in college. Not loud but a good sound. Did everything I needed it to.
    Used it with a 77 mustang :bassist:
  7. BassmanPaul

    BassmanPaul Gold Supporting Member

    Aug 25, 2007
    Toronto Ontario Canada
    You're young aren't you? :)

  8. lawsonman


    Dec 19, 2005
    NW IL
  9. zagnut


    Jan 4, 2009
    Back in Detroit


    But it's only the best because that's the one I have. Well, in the $350-$400 price range anyways. That's my opinion though.

    Yeah, no 100 watt combo will be loud enough for any kind of serious jam session or gigging. Plenty for light practice though.
  10. MooseLumps

    MooseLumps Supporting Member

    Nov 4, 2007
    my SWR LA-15 (older big box version) rocked 2-300 person venues.
  11. MEKer

    MEKer Supporting member

    May 30, 2006
    Best amp ever is usually the one you have at a gig you played perfectly and you're happy as he!! how you sounded ---at least at that moment. Then either reality, G.A.S. or amp-envy eventually gets you re-thinking what you thought.:meh:
  12. I have had that amp for 10 years. I have owned many amps since then.. Maybe I got a freak one. Maybe the tone just got imprinted in my brain. Maybe I just know it in and out like no other amp. I don't know.

    All I do know is that I can plug any bass into it, and it sounds great. The clarity is great, and it has a ton of punch.

    I have plugged 20+ basses into this thing. You name it - this thing sounds awesome. P-basses, Jazz basses, active basses, passive basses, acoustic basses, 6 stringers, it doesn't matter.

    While it is quite loud for a 25W amp, it does fall short in the volume area so I am constantly trying to find something louder to match the tone. I can certainly practice with it, and I can jam with a reasonably volumed drummer. At coffee shop style gigs it is loud enough, or I can mic it and run it through the PA.

    The closest thing I have found to matching the tone from this amp is my Markbass LMII that I am using right now.

    However, my Fender Bassman 25 and I have a special bond that will never be broken. :)
  13. RedLeg

    RedLeg Supporting Member

    Jan 24, 2009
    Kaiserslautern, Germany
    Nov Shmoz Ka Pop?
    my 2¢
  14. ipscwoody

    ipscwoody Guest

    Still searching but for now it's the Eden WT-550.
  15. gregoire1


    Oct 19, 2008
    Ok, while were on the small combo subject;

    Line 6 studio 110
    sounds dynomite!

    (can't quite cut through loud drummers, sometimes I miss the bottom end)

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