i'm looking for the best match of two 12 inch speakers to go with a 1975 Febder Bassman. Something very efficient with the 100 watts the Bassman puts out.
I was trying to imagine you as a bassist! Good luck to your bassist friend, there are a ton of options in 4-10 cabinets; he will find a lot of cabs that will work well with that Bassman head.The guy I was asking for decided to go another route with 4 tens. Thanks for the advice-appreciate it.
I post on TB. I don't really "shun" guitar, which I refer to as a six-string short scale piccolo bass, in fact, I am now trying to learn how to play one, but those skinny strings hurt my fingertips (not as bad as it used to be) and making those chords does a number on my 63 year old arthritic wrists. Therefore, I prefer bass, which I also don't play too well.Cool, I never knew of you as a bassist. Nice to hear that you, too are versatile on both guitar and bass, as I am. It is a shame to read (primarily on TB) about bassists, or guitarists, who actually shun the other instrument; I just don't get that.
I'm sure that any bassist that heard me play would immediately know that I'm primarily a guitar player. I just don't think like a bassist yet.I play both. Bass far better than guitar. I am a bassist who plays a little guitar, not a guitar player who can play a little on the bass. And there is a difference.
I'm sure that any bassist that heard me play would immediately know that I'm primarily a guitar player. I just don't think like a bassist yet.