In short? No. Bass waves are like big water waves. They have wave lengths between half a meter and several meters. These long waves carry a lot of energy. If you want to defeat them, don’t come with a carpet or some foam. That’s simply not enough. You would have to work with some kind of bass traps and put them in the corner. Typically they work very broadband, so they absorb a lot of bass: from 40Hz to 80/90Hz. That’s probably more then your problem frequency was. You end up loosing a lot of bass. Both your speaker and amplifier has to work harder to fill that bass gap with energy. It covers more then your resonance frequency or room node that you want to cure.
Clever way to go
A much more clever solution is to work with DSP: measure the problems in the room and solve the problems where they are. Don’t go broadband with a too big tool! Room correction, room calibration is the more clever thing to do.