Author Topic: How bout a practice amp that go's down to 15-20 Hz  (Read 2816 times)

Offline hideous

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How bout a practice amp that go's down to 15-20 Hz
« on: February 01, 2015, 01:53:32 AM »
I'm really a guitar player that dabbles in bass for hm recording.
I bought an EC- 10  for my small studio thinking the EC- 8 couldn't handle LO frq much less the fact I tune down to 420.
The EC10 is in usable on the E string.
A 2 X 12 combo that could go lower than 50 htz would be nice.
I live in a  duplex  I have no use for anything over 65/70 watts.
Just saying...

Offline Bassmann1968

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Re: How bout a practice amp that go's down to 15-20 Hz
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2015, 03:39:09 AM »
What gives you the low end is the size and the wattage.
That comes along with a higher price.
Everybody wishes for a 1000W in a small package with DC-30k @$99.99.
I suggest WTDI and some proper headphones for a low noise studio situation.

Or maybe give the MicroTour a shot :D
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Offline Bob Cruz

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Re: How bout a practice amp that go's down to 15-20 Hz
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2015, 11:52:27 AM »
+1 for headphones for practice.  Decent headphones cost a lot less than an amp and speakers that can go really low, and it's the low sounds that penetrate walls and piss off the neighbors so you also avoid that problem.  I got some CAD headphones on MusiciansFriend's stupid deal for $30 and they're great.  That headphone deal comes back often too so you can get them next time they're on sale.  Good luck, Bob
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