What’s up fellow low enders of clan Josh!?!?!?!
Been a ghost the last few weeks as the heavy lifting of my forum life is while I’m a work and I’ve been out since Dec 20 till today. Ironically this post is from home since today was filled with SO. MANY. EMAILS!!! During my time out I came to a couple of crossroads.
- A good friend of mine plays drums and we’ve talked about jamming together. However the only amp I own is a 10 year old Acoustic B20. While it can get decently loud, I feel pretty confident its not going to hold up against acoustic drums. So I’m open to try and solve this problem in whatever way you come up with amp wise. Be it combo amp, amp & cab, something else? Some particulars to keep in mind.
I. It needs to be able to be moved via a sedan.
II. Both of our music rooms are in our basements. So up and down each of our stairs every jam.
III. Though he is a very good friend, we each are 35 and have children. Not sure how often we will even get together. So a super niche solution that doesn’t have much use otherwise probably wont be worth the money.
IV. $500 is about my limit.
So all in all the main factors are: loud enough, portability, and useful for other situations. I don’t have a huge aspirations of my career but since I have to already be pretty loud to fight the drums, if its kicked up a bit to where in a pinch I could play a small coffee shop or backyard show as well with it that would be great.
So I’ve been in the mind to grab a Zoom B3n at some point in the relative near future. Since it is a very common board I know many on this forum use, what pedal do you recommend to use in conjunction with it?
A guy is selling a Boss ME-50B for $120 and looks to be in good condition. Should I ditch the Zoom and just grab that or just use till I can get the Zoom?
Thanks in advance to you all. Hope your holidays were grand!