My future rig!

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Kmay, Dec 28, 2012.


  1. Kmay

    Kmay

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    Ok, first things first.
    1.) I understand there are people who do NOT agree with this speaker combination. Everyone had their beliefs and they also have the science to back them up. I am an engineer (day job) and I live music for the reason of creation and the fact that sometimes things don't make sense. Lol!
    2.) Everyone is fascinated with their "tiny rigs of doom" and I myself, I own a small rig, but I am still young and while I am, I wasn't a massive rig. I want to be told to turn down! I want the Watts and power! Lol! I have an old school obsession with more power! Lol!

    So, in light of the two things above, her is my future cabinet configuration.
    The amp, and Svt-4 Pro. I plan on running the cabs separate (stereo I suppose).
    So...any advice on hookup options and such?
    Thanks!

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  2. nortonrider

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    OK Kmay,
    Damn what "they" say,
    It may just slay.
    Give it a play,
    then return here and say,
    Yea or Nay.
  3. basscooker

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    swap them. i'd put the 2x15 on top. but why not a pair of one or the other?
  4. Kmay

    Kmay

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    I will give it a try. Lol! Probably take me until this summer to get it all. Hahaha.
    And idk...I play in a band that is a hired situation, so I will use the 15's for that...and..well idk...I think it looks cool. Lmao!
    I will swap them up. I'll Terry them stacked and side by side. Hahaha (that needs to be an evil laugh!)
  5. smogg

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    LMAO /\/\/\/\ this /\/\/\/\ :D
    Have fun with it, but don't forget your earplugs. :eek:
  6. B-string

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  7. christw

    christw Get low!

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    I like loud but that just sounds dangerous and excessive... That's coming from a young dude with some hearing damage. Be sure to wear earplugs!
  8. shaginwagin

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    That is definately NOT gonna suck! I can't wait to see it! Get one for me too!
  9. FrenchBassQC

    FrenchBassQC Supporting Member

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    So I suspect you're not playing smooth jazz...:D
  10. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    Dude, I saw Kenny G a couple years ago, and Vail Johnson was using a 2001RB and a 412. He said that was his small rig, and he had just downsized from four 412's. So smooth jazz guys like the big stuff, too ;)
  11. sensei_steve

    sensei_steve Supporting Member

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    Kmay, that is an awesome rig! I have something similar, an eden 410t over an eden 215. I suggest you consider bi-amping ... and some young roadies!
  12. Kmay

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    By bi amping...do you mean two amps or will the svt 4 work with cross over and such...
  13. thebeerleader

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    That's the rig you want when you're young enough to carry it and still have some hearing left. I find myself GASing for that 2x15 cab though. Guess it never ends.
  14. Kmay

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    Yeah. I will be getting the 2x15 first. And then add the 610. All of this will happen in steps. Lol!
  15. Aussie Player

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    I used to play in a loud trio a couple of years back. My rig was a pair of Hartke 2x15's laying lengthwise end to end with a Hartke 810 box also horizontally on top with 3 Hartke heads, one pumped into each box.
    I was ready for any venue.
  16. Kmay

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    ^^^^^^^^^^
    This I like. Lol!
  17. Darkonar

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    Pics!
  18. Foz

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    I love self-referential humor.
  19. d00dr

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    I just scooped up a David Eden D215XL to stand right next to my D810RP. super stoked for some massive thunder! like my D810RP wasn't enough...
  20. Kmay

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    You know, I wasn't even aware Eden sold a 2x15. I may have to look into that...I use an Eden 2x10 now...and am very happy with the sound...

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