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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BassistFreak416, Oct 23, 2009.
The other part of that is, if the built-in mp3 player craps out, you're screwed...
About the static, I do notice that if I plug my laptop's headphone out into my practice amp's line in, I get a static buzz when my laptop's connected to the power adapter, the buzz is there even if I OFF the power, I have to physically disconnect the laptop from the power adapter, but it doesn't happen all the time, I am guessing something to do with the power supply to my house.
Having two types of headphones at same time sucks.
Tascam bass trainer has been the best $150.00 bucks I have spent in a long time! It is a great gizmo no doubt!
I've got the 802 and it works well for just your need.
These things are so clean and have so much headroom its not funny.
I use mine everyday.
EBS Microbass II - headphone out, fx send and return for ipod input with mix amount and 2 separate or combined channels with eq and can run off of battery, phantom or wall adapter
As said , Tascam bass trainer , I have used one for years , you can take it anywhere , its the best for quite practice hands down ,
Yes.. a 4 channel recording behringer mixer can be found used for $20.. you can easily blend stuff for practice.
NOTE.. the AC-20 works for bass.. save $10
Seriously go with the Tascam.
1. It's an MP3 player that looks like a Walkman - 200 song max I believe.
2. I live in the UK - just charge it via USB port to your Computer
3. Download then convert to MP3 and load 'em up.
4. Built in Tuner
5. Built in metronome
I throw it into my Bass Case and I'm practicing at Starbucks or wherever. As someone said earlier, best investment I've made...besides my Jag...or my Markbass...or...
I see that the Tascam has a "drop bass" function, but can it do the opposite - i.e. "isolate bass" to drop out the rest of the band?
ebs microbass would be awesome, but the cost is rather high, though i do hear tons of good reviews on it.