Official Aguilar Club - part 4

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  1. BassyBill

    BassyBill The smooth moderator... Supporting Member

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  2. BassAgent

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    Yes! Some cool pics of my gigs with rig (again):
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    That white shirt is nót the only shirt I wear :p It is my main gigging shirt, though.
     
  3. DJJazzV

    DJJazzV A pledge pin!?! On your uniform!?! Supporting Member

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    This is a club I need to join. :)

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  4. dsanders

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    The tweed looks killer!
     
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  6. RickenBoogie

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    If this is a club that gives out member #'s, I collect those. Thanks.
     
  7. dsanders

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  8. gillento

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    mine: past (GS112s) and present (SL112s & db212)
     
  9. gillento

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  10. lgrankin

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    In the rehearsal room...
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    Out on the sidewalk...
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    Backstage...
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    Out front...
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    It's kind of like a disease... I still want to try a DB750/751 and a TH500. Will the madness ever end?
     
  11. bass.player

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  12. BassAgent

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    You do know that that's my perfect set of speakers, right? Darn you.
     
  13. lgrankin

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    It is an amazing set-up. You just have to remember to always bend at the knees...
     
  14. BassAgent

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    They're heavy, no doubt. But they sound like that too. But first: bigger car. They won't fit in my box.
     
  15. dsanders

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    LOVE IT that's exactly what I want for my in town gigs.
     
  16. Bass Collector

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    My current Aguilar gear

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    GREAT stuff!
     
  17. JMarkD

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    I'll celebrate part 4 with a shot of my new GS 412. I have been using DB cabs for a while (410 and 112) and have really loved how great they sound. However, recently I hooked up my old GS112 cabs and was suddenly reacquainted with how great they sound as well.

    Some recent gigs have required a bit more sonic potential so I have been considering a larger "big" cab. The DB 810 and 412 cabs are quite heavy for me to manage, but the GS412 is a manageable 116 lbs. Plus which, I have never read anything but praise for the sound.

    So I took the plunge. So far I have not been disappointed! It is a very detailed cab that easily transmits exactly what your fingers are doing! It makes you better player when you can hear that!

    Photographed in my new man cave "Bassment" that I built in my garage/basement. Keep all my gear down there. No more stairs! Makes for a happier home as well.
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  18. leigh22

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    I just becaume an Aguilar owner last week! Can't believe how much better my Low B sounds with two twelves coming from the world of Tens Only. I do want to add a 4x10 cab to the equation, But i think an Aguilar head may come first.

    I'll take some better rig pictures this weekend (or maybe this evening) I only snaped the one so far, and its blurry.
     
  19. BassAgent

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    Thanks! I'm considering buying the cab covers from Aguilar though... The tweed's actually wearing off already.
     
  20. Christian Waiau

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    I never really looked up the weight of the gs412... But it seems much lighter

    I was against "full stacks" for a while until I got my gs412
     
  21. chrisloe

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    My new rig, DB 359 and a DB 410 in Chocolate Thunder....

    Quick question, maybe a dumb one, I have the Aguilar TLC Compressor, should it be run in front of the amp, or through the effects loop?
     

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