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Re: A Bass Amp for Practice and Recording?

Postby CS70 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:38 am

SecretSam wrote:
CS70 wrote:
ef37a wrote:
CS70 wrote:
ef37a wrote: the biggest contribution of the gazillion kilograms Ampeg rig was to the looks on stage and to the bank account of his chiropractor. :D

If you mean the monstrous 8 x 10 speaker and an SVT, if your bass player can lift the cab by himself, never start a fight with him. I wish I had one, but would need roadies with it.

Or nice bandmates ;-)

But no, it was the smaller square-ish 4x10 if I recall. Still helps if your name is Arnold and you have a thick German accent..

Now of course the Drummer's bought an enormous sub which dwarfs the cabinet..
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Re: A Bass Amp for Practice and Recording?

Postby Sam Spoons » Sat Sep 08, 2018 4:19 pm

If the OP want's expensive the Phil Jones Briefcase is absolutely superb.....
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