1 giffenf 1 year ago (New Bass Amp Day) I've been borrowing bass rigs from friends to accommodate bass gigs as they've come up, but I concluded I really need to have my own setup for those times when I can't depend upon the kindness of strangers, or friends.So when TrueTone advertised their Trade In/Trade Up sale, I brought the Schecter Corsair I had but didn't really need and made a trade for an Aguilar Tone Hammer 350 head. It's got the exact bass tone I hear in my head (and therefore aspire to reproduce), both in the Aguilar SL112 cab I played it through in the store, and the (borrowed) Fender Rumble 115 cab I have at home. Still gotta figure out what cab(s) I want to use, but will keep borrowing until I reach a decision.UPDATE:Finally played enough bass gigs to pay for a pair of Aguilar SL-112 cabs. And boy howdy do they sound good. And loud. And they don't weigh much. The bandleader in one band I play with picked one up and said "It's like lifting an empty shoebox." A little exaggeration, perhaps, but they're danged easy to carry around.I also finally got around to opening a Fender wireless unit I bought some years ago and never used, and started playing wirelessly, to facilitate onstage shtik with other bandmembers and/or the audience. The next step is to mount all the components on a small pedalboard and set that on top of the cabs for fastest setup and teardown. That'll happen later this week, time permitting.