Sam Spoons wrote:That chart shows the frequencies to cut or boost to get certain effects on the bass tone rather the represent the range of the instruments (the low E on a bass guitar has a fundamental frequency of 41.7Hz, but if you drop to D that becomes 36.7Hz and a low B is down to 30.8Hz).
As Wonks says much of the 'sound' of a bass is in the mid range (indeed if it wasn't you would not hear it at all on laptop or phone speakers).
I'd say the cabinet may well be usable as might the amp (depending what it is designed to drive, what actually is it?) but the speaker is likely to be a disappointment.
I have three Behringer iNuke NU 3000 amps. 1 for mains, 1 for monitors and 1 side of one for PA sub. I can use the other side for the bass addition, Only fed by the SWR preamp.
I also have 2X Peavey 8.5C amps and a 1.3C Amp. Those were my old pa rig amps (just too freakin heavy for gigs that pay $350-$400 split 4 ways)
The rack usually sits right behind the bass rig anyway, controls are a digital snake and ran from an iPad anyway.