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Most fun sub-15watt all-tube guitar-head to play using bass

Discussion in 'Bass' started by starjag, May 18, 2020.

  1. starjag

    starjag Gold Member

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    If you have a bass cab... and if you're curious :)

     
  2. torndownunit

    torndownunit Gold Member

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    For jamming in a room with no drummer working on tunes, 7 watts will work. Especially depending on what you run it into. I have a 2x10 cab from an Ampeg Micro vr stack and it works great.
     
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  3. sambonee

    sambonee

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    Here’s my el degas p bass going through a 12 watt marshall Bluesbreaker creation. 2x12”

    Drums voice and bass.


     
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  4. starjag

    starjag Gold Member

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    Lovely growl! I will listen with headphones later.

     
  5. sambonee

    sambonee

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    I want to redo this one tonight into a song that is worthy of my riff. I don't have that p bass, but do have a Fender mim that's honking too. as well as a few others. I personally love using delay with bass.
     
  6. laristotle

    laristotle Gold Member

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    Hmm. Interesting. Will have to try that someday.
     
  7. gtrguy

    gtrguy

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    While not as low as 15w, the 20w Marshall 2061x sounds good with bass through a 1x12” or 2x15”
     
  8. JayK

    JayK

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    I grabbed a Traynor Darkhorse DH15H recently for guitar. I tried bass into it and sounded great at low volumes! The two 15W/2W power modes let you get some warm tube bass grind right down to soft talking volumes, as it sounds good with master turned down too. I just kept it plugged into my guitar cab, it didn't seem to gain much by plugging into a bass cab.
     

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