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Official Barefaced Bass Cab Club

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Stumbo, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. Stumbo

    Stumbo Supporting Member

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    With all the interest in BFB cabs, thought this should get started.

    Anyone who is an owner or a fan, post away. :bassist:

    Discussions, pics, potential buyers, and looky-loos. All are welcome!

    Remember, no pics or it didn't happen. :)
  2. nickhudson

    nickhudson

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    My first post on TB !!!

    I have a Barefaced Compact and absolutely love it. What a sound !!

    coupled with a GB Shuttle 9.2 it is by far the best rig i've ever owned

    i am contemplating a second Compact or a Midget-T in the near future :D:D

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  3. nevp

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    Got a Super Fifteen driven by a Genz Benz Shuttlemax 9.2.

    Fantastic cab with a huge sound.

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    DSCN2394 by jalizcazan, on Flickr
  4. 4-string

    4-string Supporting Member

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    VERY happy with my Big Twin T. :)
  5. eupharies

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    Im currently deciding between the super 12T and the big twin!!
  6. Otso

    Otso

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    Very happy with my Big Twin T, and my whole rig:

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  7. Raggy

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    Very happy with my Dubster here.

    Massive sounding :)
  8. MOSCOWBASS

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    Also very happy, would like to try a Big Baby sometime. BAREFACED1.jpg
  9. Essen

    Essen Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I love my Super Fifteen. Brings me back to the first time I played an 8x10. I also remember the first time I carried an 8x10, and that was not so much fun. The Barefaced however is light as air;)

    My photobucket is not working, so I'll post a pic later.
  10. jefkebass

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    BF Compact vintage styling

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  11. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

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    All sharp looking cabs guys!
  12. ianwi

    ianwi

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    I have a Compact and Genz Benz Streamliner 600 for my P-Bass. Struggling to decide whether I should add a Midget to it (keeping the great portability) or go for a Big Twin? Opinions welcome.
  13. jonthebass

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    This is one room shaking setup! [sorry for the lo-fi pic :rollno: ]
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  14. jonthebass

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    I'm all in favor of keeping things modular to add some flexibility to ones rig while saving the old spine a little bit more :)
  15. nickhudson

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    i would speak to Alex - his advice has been top notch so far for me. I am in a similar situation ref adding a cabinet - it would be a choice between a midget-T or another compact however.
  16. nickhudson

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    now that is cool...that's what i'll probably end up with (albeit with the black metal grilles)
  17. kristianbl

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    I have a compact and a midget.
    Its loud, easy to move around and solid build. And it sounds awesome!

    The reason while I added a midget is that I also play upright bass. 12" and upright basses goes hand in hand:)

    So when i play larger venues with electric bass I use the full stack, and for small jazz gigs I only bring the midget.

    I highly recommend barefaced!

    PS: I am a former Ampeg, Aguilar, Hartke, Ashdown and Warwick cabinet owner - Barefaced beat them all (yes even the 8x10 from Ampeg).
  18. ::::BASSIST::::

    ::::BASSIST:::: Relax... Nothing Is Under Control. Supporting Member

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  19. Mr. Foxen

    Mr. Foxen

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  20. majortoby

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    We need more Barefaced here in the states, says I :)

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