Peavey Microbass and Grandmother

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Peavey Microbass and Grandmother

Post by Oz32 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:51 am

Hi everybody, I'm about to buy my first synth, a Moog Grandmother and I'm looking for some tips about amplification for home usage. Since I was a bass player I still have my old studio combo amp, a 30w Peavey Microbass and I was thinking to use it as fist choice in order to get something better soon. Is that ok if paired with that synth or there could be some problems like inaccurate sound reproduction or chances to damage the amp? What do you suggest?
Thank you very much to you all,


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Re: Peavey Microbass and Grandmother

Post by tim gueguen » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:26 pm

You probably don't have to worry about damaging the amp, other than you probably don't want to run it with the volume at 10 for long periods of time. How good it will sound is something you won't be able to tell until you try it.
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