Fantastic little cabs these - we all know that you just can’t beat them for size versus output with incredible fidelity even down to the low B. Hugely portable with a massive sound. I’ve only had it for a short while (gigged once) and loved it so much that I started to plan for a second one when along came a Barefaced cab at a price that I couldn’t refuse. As new condition with PJB cover, paperwork and original box. Will courier at cost, happy to provide local ish delivery.
Ive recently switched back from guitar to bass as I missed it. It's been some time since I've needed a bass amp and I'm a little lost as to what I should go for. I'm on a fairly low budget as I'm a uni student, so looking second hand predominantly.
Here's what I need it for:
Bedroom playing/recording (looking to record some covers to get back into the swing of things)
Potential gigging in small local venues (max 100 people) when I find a band
Portability! I have lower back problems so looking to keep things easy to transport.
Versatility - I play a lot of rock and metal, plus some punk and funk
Options I've identified -
Combos - peavey max 200w 1x12, tc electronic bg250 1x15
Heads - fender rumble 200, ashdown pi bass 240, tc electronic bh250, tc electronic bq500.
I'm looking for something to cover all bases for now as I'm just getting back into it. Would love to hear your thoughts!
Excellent condition, little used. Phil Jones BG 100 bass cub combo. Black. Bought in may 2018. 2 channels, 2 x 3 band EQ, mic input, headphone out, DI out, pre amp out. 12" by 10.8" by 7.8". 2 x PJB Neopower type A speakers. Weight is 13.2 lbs/6 kilos. Volts 100 to 240 AC. Tilt option. Padded Phil Jones Carry Case. Personal in person for a cash sale only/no posting possible...
This is a great monitor for small/mid gigs where you are struggling to hear yourself on a cramped stage.
It picks up the mid range and top end from your amp and really helps to hear things much more clearly which can be difficult when you are stood right next to your amp/cab.
This is ideal for mid to low volume gigs. I don't think it would be ideal for loud rock gigs.
I can include a long speakon cable with it. The cable is inserted under the Ear Box which needs to be screwed/mounted on to a mic stand.
I have the original packaging and can do shipping and also welcome you to try it out.
I would be grateful for everyone's opinion on this.
I am a double bass player in school, and I am working on a project to create a method of transport for my school's double bass. I would love to hear from people about the products that they use for transporting their own double bass, and certain things that they love about their own methods or things that they would wish to see on a product in the future. I would also like to know more information about how people travel around with their bass across all types of public transport. I am based in UK, so I would focus a bit more on the underground tube station and train transport. And also, if you're doing a performance or a gig and require a seat, do you bring an extra stool or is there usually one provided. I will also put up a poll and hopefully you can put in some time to answer a few questions!
Again, I would be so grateful for any insight on this topic.
Thank you all very much!