On Stage Pic of Your Rig... Big or Small.

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by ::::BASSIST::::, Apr 11, 2011.


  1. ::::BASSIST::::

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

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    I love looking at what guys play thru live.

    Here's a pic of my ultra light, yet super capable rig. Barefaced Compact + GK MB500 racked with a dual 15 band graphic eq. Its blurry but its there.
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    Please post a pic of your rig on stage. :cool:
  2. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    not a great pic, but it's the most recent one i have, and everyone's sick of seeing the b-15 pic. so that's my current workhorse rig, a micro vr stack...i recently made it a double stack, though. mic'ed with a heil pr40, no di. i believe we were playing "rockin' robin."

    pardon the lime green shirts...it was st pat's day, and those were the only green t-shirts we could find on short notice ;)
  3. spaz21387

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  4. Bennet Pullen

    Bennet Pullen Supporting Member

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    The full size version of my avatar pic has my rig in it. It's cool seeing people's rigs in action!

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  6. Metal Matt

    Metal Matt

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    3 Sunn amps (600 watts total) running a 4x12, 1x18, and 2 2x15's.
  7. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    wow matt, you've downsized.
  8. ::::BASSIST::::

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

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    Jimmy, it continually amazes me that you can get by / be satisfied with a rig so small as the micro vr rig... especially with so many other musicians in the mix.

    Isn't it hard to hear yourself?
  9. Metal Matt

    Metal Matt

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    ha Just by one cab. ;) I do want to get a third 2x15, at which point I might just add it to the rest, or ditch the 4x12 and 18 and just run 6 15's.
  10. Passinwind

    Passinwind Charlie Escher Supporting Member

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    My biamped system, racks to the left, separate full range EFX/distortion cab not pictured.

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  11. snaverb

    snaverb Supporting Member

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    gibson thunderbird > boss tuner > me50 > russian big muff > dl4 > dd3 > tr2 > rv5 > micro amp > svt cl / 810
  12. D.M.N.

    D.M.N. Supporting Member

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    Yea! Excuses to post pics!

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    My main rig #1, Bassman 300 into Sunn 2000s cab (no live pics of my full 2000s setup). As is apparent from the pics, it's large, in charge, and seems to be constantly looming right behind me. It also gives great lower back massages.
  13. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    nope. i tilt it back.

    :D

    i bought a second cab, but it wasn't for volume reasons. our drummer hits medium to medium heavy, and everyone else just turns up enough to hear themselves. we let the pa do the heavy lifting and just go for an overall onstage mix that sounds good and balanced.
  14. knucklehead G

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    I always love seeing that rig. The cab really makes it, I love the flag on the wood cab. Having 300W of tubes sitting on top doesn't hurt, either.
  15. knappymer

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    +1 :hyper:
  16. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    always love seeing your cool wood finish cabs, charlie. what kind of bass are you rockin' there?

    oh, and why does the guitar player have his combo turned backwards but the mic is in front?
  17. perogato02

    perogato02

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    My Orange AD200b with Hartke XL410 in action :bassist:
  18. alembicguy

    alembicguy Lone Wolf Miner Supporting Member

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    Here's a few different rigs I use.
    8x10
    6x10
    3x10
  19. bb5000

    bb5000

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    The Weber AB200 with 2 EBS 1x15":


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  20. s_mcsleazy

    s_mcsleazy

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    i only ever got to use my bassman on one gig and after what happend i never took it out again.

    well hopefully that will change soon
  21. MrBEAR

    MrBEAR

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    Oooh playtime once again.
    Here are a couple of snaps of the usually suspects for my gigs.

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