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Reggae Bass Amp Bass Guitar Amplification
Old 15th January 2007
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Reggae Bass Amp

Now I'm talking vintage, early 60's or so.

What comes to mind when I say Reggae Bass Amp?

Old 15th January 2007
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Old 15th January 2007
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svt with 2 cabs
Old 15th January 2007
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Did we fail to mention AMPEG!

The new B15 Re-issue would probable do well, but
a hard working SVT with the treble cut will get you a bigger sound.
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Old 15th January 2007
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Something with a 18" woofer plugged in? Orange indeed, but mine craps out early with bass (ca. 1973 100w head).
Old 16th January 2007
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SVT = yes
ACOUSTIC BASS AMP w/ 18" = yes
B15 for reggae = blown

need to be loud loud loud and play soft soft soft touch... more fire! blaze up the chalice! more punani! pram
Old 16th January 2007
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I have a vintage Ampeg v4b with 4 10"s and 1 18".

v4b is a better value than an SVT, and is plenty loud.
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