New Accugroove web site

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  1. FrenchBassQC

    FrenchBassQC Supporting Member

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    For those interested, Accugroove is back and will be coming up with new stuff... Here is the new web site.

    http://www.accugroovellc.com/

    I have no affiliation with Accugroove, I just think it might be something else to look at in a near future... who knows.
  2. hexbass

    hexbass

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    This is the best news I have had in years, have been a Whappo Jr. user for many years now and they are still the best cabs I have ever tried. :hyper:
  3. Pako

    Pako Are we having fun yet? Supporting Member

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    Very cool!
  4. Sav'nBass

    Sav'nBass Supporting Member

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    Outstanding!
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  6. PazzoBasso

    PazzoBasso

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  7. Mystic Michael

    Mystic Michael Hip No Ties Supporting Member

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    Outstanding! Looks like some really nice stuff.

    Now, if they'll only get rid of the rat fur coverings, and start using Line-X or bedliner instead... :meh:

    MM
  8. Marcus Willett

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    Wow, back from the dead....awesome!

    Talked to Mark Wright earlier...yeah they're back and he's excited, as we all should be.
  9. Wally Malone

    Wally Malone

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    +1 Marcus, talked to him as well. I have an original Tri112, Tri112L and a Tri110. Maybe it's time to consider an El Whappo!

    Wally
  10. DELACIUS

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    Man I remember playing Accugroove first time around 2003... That was a sound that I remembered. :)
  11. red_rhino

    red_rhino Supporting Member

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    Hey Wally, I have an original Tri112 as well. (Along with an El Whappo, a Tri115L and 2 Tri110L's, but that's just a symptom of poor impulse control. :help: ) What are the dimensions on your Tri112? Mine is a couple of inches deeper than almost every other Tri112 style cab I've run across, and I've always wondered if there were others around like it.

    I'm certainly interested in this reboot of the company. It'll be interesting to see what they come up with. But poor impulse control aside, I'm pretty much set as far as cabs go.

    -Alan
  12. azwhofan

    azwhofan Supporting Member

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    they will be exhibiting at NAMM. Looking forward to that!
  13. Wally Malone

    Wally Malone

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    Alan, it is bigger than my Tri112L. I'll try to measure it later. When I picked up the cab Bill Dickens was there and the first time seeing his signature cabs. It has quite a bit more weight than the Tri112L.

    Wally
  14. seamonkey

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    This look pretty good!
    True multiway, 3 and 4 way
    Models built for Modeling = HiFi, clean, transparent

    Real science, no gimmicks.
  15. Sav'nBass

    Sav'nBass Supporting Member

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    I have a Tri 115 that I was actually contemplating selling at one time when I picked up two 112s.. but I gave up on that idea.. the cab is just too sweet.
  16. Mark Reccord

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    This is the funniest thing I've read all week. No gimmicks! Hahaha, you're killing me! :help::p
  17. Pako

    Pako Are we having fun yet? Supporting Member

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    I remember playing through two El Whappo's, a crest amp, and an Aphex big bottom aural exciter. That was it, and it was monstrous. Not sure about gimmicks and such but is was a sound that I have benchmarked all other rigs to.
  18. Wally Malone

    Wally Malone

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    Measurements not exact but close:

    Height - 18"
    Length - 21"
    Depth - 19"

    Wally
  19. johnk_10

    johnk_10 vintage bass nut Supporting Member

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    IMO, that's great news.
    it appears that they're not showing the whappo jr on their website (yet?). just the el whappo, but the pic of the el whappo looks like a whappo jr. (i.e. 2x12's and not a 12 & a 15)?

    BTW, the whappo jr is my favorite cab of their line. I have one of the last lighter weight ones from a few years back and it sounds awesome.
  20. red_rhino

    red_rhino Supporting Member

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    Yep, same as mine. I think these were very early builds before Mark standardized to a slightly shallower cab. The other non-neo Tri112's I've heard of all seem to be 17" deep, same as the 112L.

    Hmm.. I could help you with that. I live just over the hill from you. Perhaps a trade involving a certain older Tri-112? :ninja:

    -Alan
  21. Wally Malone

    Wally Malone

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    Due to the size difference I was using the older Tri112 on the bottom when using both. It seemed the older cab had more low end but may have just seemed that since it was on the floor. I should try flipping them and see if it makes a difference. Seeing you have both 12's have you noticed any difference?

    Wally

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