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Markbass CMD 121H 300/500W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp (MBC105016)
Markbass CMD 121H 300/500W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp
  • New: $949.99
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Vox Pathfinder 10W Bass Combo Amp (PB10)
Vox Pathfinder 10W Bass Combo Amp
  • New: $99.99
  • Blemished: $88.34
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Pignose Hog 30 Amp (7-300)
Pignose Hog 30 Amp
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Ampeg BA115 Bass Combo (BA115)
Ampeg BA115 Bass Combo
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Bass Combo Amps

The stage is set. The audience is screaming. You and the band are ready to rock. You plug into your bass combo amp and let those first few riffs rip. Setting the keeping rhythm for the band is your responsibility, so projecting sound loud enough for everyone to hear is totally crucial. Having the right amp is definitely the key to making this happen.

Bass combo amps are known for their portability and ease of use. These all-in-one accessories work with both electric and acoustic-electric basses and give you a variety of sound options that are perfect for both small and larger venues. Their great grab-and-go style makes them a logical choice for musicians that are constantly going from rehearsal, to the stage and to the studio.

There are a few types of combo amps out there to suit your bass playing needs. There are two main types, solid state amps and tube-based models. Solid state combo amps pack a massive sound punch in a compact design. Their crisp, reliable sounds make them a favorite among pop, rock and metal musicians. Tube combo bass amps are capable of producing mellow, warm tones. If you want the best of both worlds, then take a look at the hybrid combo bass amp. They include both tubes and a solid state power section. This lets the amp give off the classic “tube tone” without actually requiring the use of power tubes.

For big sound in a small package, pick up a bass combo amp. Whether you’re out on tour with the band or jamming locally, a combo amp is durable, easy to transport and gives you a straight-forward plug-in-and-play approach when it comes to making music. Choosing the right amp comes down to one thing in the end: your personal preference, so take some time to research what’s available before making your ultimate decision.