New rig and bass day

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by DSBass, Oct 24, 2013.


  1. DSBass

    DSBass

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    Here`s a few pics of my new rig and my new basses.

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  2. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

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  3. preside

    preside

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    Dang, did you win the lottery or something. NICE setup
  4. Temezki

    Temezki

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    Congrats! How do you like the Fafner?
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  6. MetroBass

    MetroBass Supporting Member

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    Awesome - I'd like a report on the Fafner as well.
  7. DSBass

    DSBass

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    Thanks :)
  8. DSBass

    DSBass

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    Haha! Nope. No lottery here :)
    I have traded up a couple of times.
  9. DSBass

    DSBass

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    About the Fafner!

    I just got it home today and living in an apartment makes it hard to really try it out. I just tried it on really low volume so I cant say to much yet. It sounded sweet on low volume though.

    On sunday I will try it rehersing with my band. I'll get back to you after that.

    Take care
  10. DSBass

    DSBass

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    Okey. So I tried the Fafner today at rehersal. I play in a loud rockband so I dont slap. I play only fingerstyle.

    I played through an old Peavey 2×15" cab.

    Wow! I'm floored. What a sound. I just plugged in my Warwick Streamer. All eq flat except a little more bass. A little compressor. It sounded amazing. It really cut through my 2 guitarist without problem although the cab was a 8 ohm cab. It was articulate, warm and punchy as hell.

    I also tried a little drive and it sounded amazing. It gave the sound a little dirt without being to much.

    Well, I'm in love. I will record next saturday in the studio. I will use my Warwick, The Fafner and my Hughes and Kettner cab. The Fafner will be DI and the cab micked.

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