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    I don't know if these exist but I'm looking for a very very small bass amp, it needs to be light as well. I've seen guitar amps inside cigarette packets but I'm fairly sure if I played bass through one it would either **** it up or sound absolutely awful. So does anything exist? Not too expensive would be nice too :p:
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I don't know if these exist but I'm looking for a very very small bass amp, it needs to be light as well. I've seen guitar amps inside cigarette packets but I'm fairly sure if I played bass through one it would either **** it up or sound absolutely awful. So does anything exist? Not too expensive would be nice too :p:
    Not that I have seen anywhere. Marshall, Fender and Orange do some gimmicky yet vaguely usable mini amplifiers for guitars and Vox have one that just attaches to your output, but the bass frequencies won't let you get away with anything like this and will require something larger and more hollow. If you have around £160, the closest thing you can get to what you want is a Roland Bass Cube: it's an excellent sound, but definitely not cheap.
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    (Original post by Wildebeest)
    Not that I have seen anywhere. Marshall, Fender and Orange do some gimmicky yet vaguely usable mini amplifiers for guitars and Vox have one that just attaches to your output, but the bass frequencies won't let you get away with anything like this and will require something larger and more hollow. If you have around £160, the closest thing you can get to what you want is a Roland Bass Cube: it's an excellent sound, but definitely not cheap.
    £160 is a little outside my budget! But thanks for the reply.
 
 
 
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