Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by StrangerDanger, Jan 7, 2013.
I just got my new rig and I'm goofy over the sound. Just amazing!
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congrats look great
That looks great! Congrats.
Cool, I just got the same rig too!!!, totally in love with it, congrats on your new set up!!!
Thanks! 1st rehearsal tonight with the Aggie. Can't wait.
Really amazing. A ton of tones and none of them bad.
I've got the same set up- sounds great and it's ridiculously portable... my big rig is collecting dust...
Killer rig! Congrats!
I am GASing big-time for a pair of SL112s to go with my TH500!
I demoed several cabs with this head and none of them sounded as good as this rig. Just do it.
Great looking rigs guys
Thanks! First gig with Aggie rig tonight! Will have to report back.
Listening to recording from last night. Really bad. I have got a hell of a learning curve with this amp. I know the sounds I want are in there. I just didn't find too many of them last night. I really have to dial back the mids.
What was your old rig? Did it have tubes?
I know everyone is gaga over this new Aggie but on youtube and other audio files it sounds too thin for my tastes. I have DB680 Aggie pre that sounds awesome. It has 5 tubes I think. Clear yet phat.
I had TC stuff and Ampeg 7 PRO.
I also have the 7-Pro and don't think the Aggie would be my cup of tea. Maybe you are used to hearing the tubes(s) in your chain. Solid state amps may not be your thing. I know they are not for me. The only exception was a Trace gp7sm I had. It was phat sounding.
It's very different from the DB680, but I certainly wouldn't say it's thin. The TH is in the same tonal family as the DB750/751.
I'm still waiting for a DB680 inspired class-D head from Aguilar...might be a while though.
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