- Amps [BG]
- - Aguilar GS410
|Floyd Eye ||08-31-2013 08:50 AM |
Guy on my local CL has one for sale for $550. Claims it easily outperforms the Ampeg 810, even though this cab is rated at only 700 watts. Says the front port brings out the bass.
|dmusic148 ||08-31-2013 08:59 AM |
I'd say it's a stretch. 'Easily out performs?' How? Volume? No way. Tone? Maybe, if you prefer it.
|Floyd Eye ||08-31-2013 09:09 AM |
How is the bass response. Do you think $550 is a good price for this cab used?
|dmusic148 ||08-31-2013 09:34 AM |
He's asking for half the price of a new one, so, not bad but depends on condition.
I've never heard one. I suggest you bring your bass and try it.
|jastacey ||08-31-2013 09:51 AM |
I had a GS210 at one time and it was a nice sounding cabinet, it takes EQ pretty well, I used it with a GS212 to give it the mids that the GS212 lacked
|JehuJava ||08-31-2013 10:37 AM |
Overpowers is strong word. I bought a used GS410 from Atomic Music in the very early 2000's for $500. Sounded amazing. Eventually, it was bested only by a GS412.
IMO though, an 8x10 paired with an SVT cuts and kills like no other...seriously, like no other...though not entirely my taste for my own sound. There's a reason that combo is legendary. The aggie...classic...awesome...full-bodied, but not legendary.
Does Aguilar still make the GS series? Almost seems like it went the way of the DB pre's. So close to making legendary status.
|JehuJava ||08-31-2013 10:39 AM |
On and btw...i would go back to a full aggie rig in a heartbeat if I was in a touring band still.
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