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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by walle, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. walle


    Mar 2, 2006
    I need a small combo 100-200W any ideas what to get??
    Allround sound.
  2. scuba steve

    scuba steve

    Dec 28, 2005
    Hillsboro, Tx
    whats your price range?

    Feb 21, 2005
    Roland Bass Cube 100
  4. joegeezer


    Mar 9, 2005
    Northern Wisconsin
    Avatar Club#12 Eden Club Lucky# 13--USA Peavey Club#37 Carvin Club#5
    Pretty much depends on what's in your wallet.
  5. dave_bass5


    May 28, 2004
    London, UK.
    Ashdown Electric Blue 180watt C-115.
    Good enough to gig small-mid size venues
    I did for a year with it including marquees playing covers
  6. Nedmundo

    Nedmundo Supporting Member

    Jan 7, 2005
    If you're in the $4-500 range, or maybe even up to about $700, I agree. If you run a search you'll find the longish review I posted about a month ago. It's an excellent amp, and way louder than its size and power rating would suggest.
  7. 200 w Try looking at the Yorkville XM 200. Do a search they seem to be popular with TB'ers.
  8. scottbass

    scottbass Bass lines like a big, funky giant

    Jul 13, 2004
    Southern MN
    Carvin PB200-15. Good value, good power, it's got a compressor. IMO the Roland's got better tone, but (also IMO) nobody beats Carvin in the overall value department.
  9. SWR Basic Black. 160 watt 1x15. I got mine for $350 (used).

  10. markjazzbassist

    markjazzbassist Supporting Member

    Apr 19, 2005
    Cleveland, OH
    i second the yorkville suggestion. I have an older 100B which is 100 watts and i picked the thing up for 100 bucks. It cranks like a mother with a 15" speaker. Good quality, and cheap.
  11. Ampeg b100r is a good choice for a vintage tone. It is pretty loud for 100w. Much has been written about it on Talkbass.