Add another BC210 or BC212?
I currently have a PF350 + BC212, and I'm suffering from GAS.
I'm thinking of adding either another BC212 or a BC210, because
- more volume (I have an outdoor gig on Saturday)
- more tone
- easier to hear myself, I'll do a tall thin vertical stack
The amp does 250W into 8ohm, or 350W into 4ohm
Has anyone tried this? any comments/suggestions?
How well do BC210 and BC212 work together?
Is adding another cab likely to give a decent volume boost?
Two of the same will always outperform a mixed bag.
I'd add a 2nd 212 cab. I've mixed 210 and 212 cabs and thought it sounded great. However, two 212's sounded a bit better to me. Just my personal preference. Also, I did so with GK and Avatar cabs so my comparison to your scenario is not exactly apples to apples. Good luck!
sorry to revive..... BUT
I am looking at avatar cabs, and trying to decide what way to go. I really like the appearance/size and weight/versatility of the Avatar 12 and 10 stack.
I know mixing speaker sizes looked down upon here, but I haven't been able to figure out why. For some reason, nashville has crap for bass amp selection in music stores, so I can't even try it out in a store. I am looking for input from people who have used a 212 +210 rig and did or didn't like it, along with the reasons why or why not.
I often gig with EB Musicman Audiophile 2x10 and 2x12 cabinets, with an Ampeg tube head. I like it because it sounds great.
I'm settled in with bc210 + bc212 now and liking it just fine, for what that's worth. Seems to have a wider flatter spread of sound, and after all, the TC cabs are matched and designed to be used together. Plenty louder than the BC212 on its own.
good to know turock and chickenjames, what kind of music do you guys play?
edit- followed Turock's reverbnation link :)
simple clean stuff - pop/funk/r&b. no slap, no distortion/fuzz/overdrive
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