Ampeg BA110 v2

Ampeg BA110 v2
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#1

Just ordered one of these to hone my bass playing skills, so I don’t have to play though Cubase and Native instruments all the time. Had the option to buy a used Fender Rumble 100 V1 for a much lower price, but thought this was the better option - for several reasons.

#2

Have had time to test the new amplifier. I’m glad I got this one. All I need to do now is learn to play…

Sven

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#3

A Fender Rumble would do the job, but the Ampeg name always grabs my attention. :slightly_smiling_face: I use a GK Backline 110 for a bass practice amp.

Just curious, what reasons caused you to swing?

#4

The reviews were overwhelmingly in favor of the Ampeg. The Rumble was also larger and it had those disco lights, which I don’t see the point of…

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#5

I just learned a new Swedish word which seems to fit:
Lagom - “Not too little. Not too much. Just the right amount.”

In the States we call that The Goldilocks Zone. :grin:

#6

Lagom is probably how the Swedish, once, balanced system mixing socialism and capitalism worked…
It is a conjunction of two words lag(et) om…
Laget means “the team,” or “the group”.
Om means “around” - for instance omkrets means circumference, and is comprised of om and krets, the om “around” krets “vicinity or region”

So, if you’re sitting sharing food in a pot around the team, that is passed on, you have to take “lagom” food, otherwise it won’t be enough “around the team” - lagom. You can’t take too much.
But you also do not want to take to little, as the last three or four blokes will then get more that the others.

S

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#7

Thanks, this Swedish lesson has been lagom. Just right. :slightly_smiling_face: