LIne 6 or Rumble

There are two bass amps nearby for the same money.
a Line 6 150w with built in effects like this one
or a Fender Rumble 100 with the handle missing
Which would you go for?

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I’d do the rumble.
Less things to break / have not work / less weird digital circuitry getting in the way.
HOWEVER!!
If you love monkeyin’ around with effects - the Line 6 is fun.

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I do have a Zoom b1Xon effects processor so probably don’t need any more effects at the moment.
I know the rumble is well thought of
I will put in an offer

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Missed the rumble :persevere::sob::sob:

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It’s worth waiting for another one. The Rumble is an awesome bass amp.

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Except that @studio doesn’t strike me as the “waiting type” :crazy_face:

Let’s hope another one comes up soon!

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Oh Joe, you know me so well :wink:

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Hehe, classic mistake… it ain’t “Joe”, but “Joerg” :grin:

But… thanks! And, oh, almost none of us in here are really of the “waiting type” when it comes down to new gear!

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Sorry about that Joerg :blush:
My thinking is, if I buy second hand, I will normally get my money back if I decide to sell again so it is a good way of testing a lot of different bits of kit for free

That is what I tell myself anyway :laughing:

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I bought my used Rumble 25 for $50, practiced on it for several months, and got nearly that much in trade-in at Guitar Center when I bought my Rumble 100.

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Yeah never underestimate the used gear market!

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There are a couple of other bass amps come up locally
A Carlsbro Colt 65K which i presume is 65w
and a jade australia hurricane 100 bass amp 100w
Any experience of any of these?

Sell some household gear and get a Rumble 40 Studio.
It’s even got your name on it.
It’s actually saying ‘HINT HINT’ to you.

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