I know this sounds like an abortion of an idea and I should be summarily beaten... but I was wondering if you guys had any advice about playing a Stingray through a guitar amp.
Here is the story. The chior director at church asked if I would play along with the chior on Easter. I have played guitar and bass with them a few times, and it's pretty fun.
This time, I tried to follow along with the guitar chords written on the music sheet... but it just doesn't sound right. (Guitar chords always seem to be an after thought when writers make music sheets for piano.) Thus, I figured I would just play the bass guitar along the root of notes of what the piano is doing.
OK, back to the original question. I have a Cerwin Vega bass cabinet (2 x 15") that I *could* use... but the church is upstairs and there really isn't much room. This would especially be true on Easter. The church is rather small too, so I certainly don't need that much volume. Plus it is for only one 4 minute song during the service and two rehearsals, so it doesn't really seem like it is worth the effort to lug around the big bass amp rig.
So, I was thinking about just using my Fender combo practice amp (2 x 10"). It's a lot lighter and smaller. If I was to use said Fender Amp, you guys have any advice about how I should set up the amp and the Stingray to get a somewhat decent sound?
Hopefully you guys aren't going to make me return my SR for merely suggesting such an idea.