B.A.D. F215 - Vintage styling meets modern designs - For big cab lovers only

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  1. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

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    This build was just finished by Don Barry of B.A.D. Vintage styling on the grill cloth. IMHO looks crazy good. Just asking for a big tube amp or beefy SS lead sled.

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  2. christw

    christw Get low!

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    That looks like a killer.
  3. B-string

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    Dang! That looks awesome!
  4. grey area

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    MONOLITHIC.
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  6. 5StringPocket

    5StringPocket Supporting Member

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    Don's builds are top notch. I especially like that he often builds with Okoume which keeps the weight down but is quite strong. All that tone and power in a 70 lb package is very impressive. I like it.
  7. aproud1

    aproud1 Lost time is not found again. Gold Supporting Member

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    BEAST!!!
  8. Lazarus.Bird

    Lazarus.Bird Mr. Personality Supporting Member

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    Damn. Only complaint I have about my Dually is I wish it was a little taller, being 6'5". Although I never have problems hearing it on stage! Maybe I should order one of these. Or better yet, get a second Dually for a vertical stack... ;)
  9. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

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    My vote is for the second dually. Make a series cable for your TB1000 and run both at 8 Ohms. Would be crushing.
  10. Lazarus.Bird

    Lazarus.Bird Mr. Personality Supporting Member

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    My guitarists need to man up and get full stacks before I can even run my single Dually at full volume :p
  11. Halvorsen

    Halvorsen

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    This is my new cab!

    Don met me in Concord, New Hampshire this afternoon to drop it off instead of me having to worry about it getting shipped. Very cool of him.

    The cab looks great!

    It's built out of Okoume, has dual handles on the top, the bottom D-cup handle, skid rails, and a kick plate, and It came out to 74.2 Lbs. according to the ol' health o' meter bathroom scale.

    Sorry, no big tube head to be had, but I've already had the ceiling shaking in my condo and my TB1000 was just turned up enough to get any volume out of it!

    I'd have been afraid to disturb the neighbors, but honestly, they deserve some payback....

    Can't wait to get this thing somewhere I can really open it up!
  12. dukeorock

    dukeorock Gold Supporting Member

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    They sound fantastic at low volume, but you really need to open one up to get the full effect :)

    Dons builds are as good as it gets
  13. Lazarus.Bird

    Lazarus.Bird Mr. Personality Supporting Member

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    Low volume? What the hell is that? ;)
  14. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

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    Low... vol.. volu... volume? I am unfamiliar with this concept. :bassist:
  15. basehed

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    Love that kickplate. Never seen anyone put checkplate on a cab yet.

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