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It's a process of illumination - throwing light on the problem one bit at a time. First is to eliminate the parts one at a time. Starting with the guitar lead, which I suspect is the same for all situations. That could be the common factor, thus is there in each of the combinations. Next is to work through. There are 3 variables - mains, amps, guitars. ...


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As long as you're not expecting it to sound like a loud bass amp., yes, it'll be fine. Obviously you're not going to take it to gigs, but certainly for home or garage practice it'll be fine. Just make sure it doesn't get loud enough to distort - as at that point, it may well not be the amp's inbuilt distortion, but the speaker starting to break up! I'd be ...


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Yes, I also blew up my Fishman Mini. The problem I guess that it has a tweeter that cant stand any distortion pedal. I hooked a multi-effect and my electric guitar and the Fishman kaput. I m searching for an acoustic amp for my electric guitar (and sometimes hollowbody). Why? Because they usually have a mic channel that I need for vocal job. I am looking at ...


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I leave my amps[solid state]all year round in the trunk.midatlantic gets a little hot and gets a little cold but nothing extreme.never had a problem.I don't use tubes[they do sound better]but I don't trust them.I have trouble w/batteries,cords but not amps.I change my system about every 5 years as new gear comes a long.right now I use fender rumbles.light ...


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Buddy Holly used a Fender Bassman Amp feed by his Stratocaster. Great sound and and that is why I also use a Fender Bassman, but also, I play bass and need only the one amp undistorded and that suits my use right down to the ground.


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