The Drivers in your Full Rig

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by scottfeldstein, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. 1x10

    24 vote(s)
  2. 1x12

    55 vote(s)
  3. 1x15

    116 vote(s)
  4. 2x10

    86 vote(s)
  5. 2x12

    199 vote(s)
  6. 2x15

    105 vote(s)
  7. 3x10

    10 vote(s)
  8. 4x10

    248 vote(s)
  9. 4x12

    60 vote(s)
  10. 6x10

    53 vote(s)
  11. 8x10

    125 vote(s)
  1. Maybe you have two smaller cabs instead of a single larger one. Whatever the case, I want to know about the drivers in your full rig, the largest rig you make out of whatever cabs you own. Go!
  2. hdracer

    hdracer Supporting Member

    Feb 15, 2009
    Elk River, MN.
    Two 3015's work for me.
    A lot of sound with very light weight.
  3. Zooberwerx

    Zooberwerx Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 21, 2002
    Virginia Beach, VA
    Not listed: 8 X 8". I do own 2 X 10 and 4 X 10 cabs but the 8 x 8 resides in the band trailer.

  4. Mr. Foxen

    Mr. Foxen Commercial User

    Jul 24, 2009
    Bristol, UK
    Amp tinkerer at Ampstack
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  6. Yeah, it's occurred to me now that there's a lot of options I didn't list--including mis-matches like MY OWN RIG. :D

    As of this minute it consists of a 212 and a 410.

    I started the poll to see just how popular a pair of 12s really is these days compared to other setups.
  7. 1 x 12" - 3012LF + mid
    1 x 15" - 3015LF + mid

    Mix and match as required.

    No options for this on the poll :crying:
  8. jnewmark

    jnewmark Supporting Member

    Aug 31, 2006
    Stax 1966
    Play guitar.
    I've pretty much used a 215 for most of my life, but, for the last 5 years or so it's been a 212 loaded with 3012HO's, the best 12" drivers I've ever played through.
  9. iualum


    Apr 9, 2004
    Yessiree. I added a Selenium D220Ti HF driver (crossed at 2kHz) & HM25-25 horn.
  10. 4-stringB


    Jun 10, 2010
    Selinium D250X mid horn driver, with Eminence H290s waveguide, To support two fEARful 15subs
  11. onda'bass

    onda'bass Supporting Member

    Sep 5, 2010
    Buffalo Ny
    I got a 4x12...and 2x12
  12. jj4001


    Dec 27, 2010
    Providence, RI
    I voted 2x15 since that what I use for most gigs. I also have 4x15 and 1x18 folded horn cabs that need to see more action.
  13. jefff100


    Jan 23, 2010
    Central NJ
    I am getting by with an Epifani 2 x 10, but a UL310 is on my wish list, probably sometime in 2013, more piston area and lower impeadance will let me get more out of my amp.

    I'm often asked by the guitar player to drive a little harder and I don't want to push the SS amp too hard. I'm driving the master at 1/2 span of that potentiometer and much beyond that I feel I'm asking too much of it.
  14. Kmonk


    Oct 18, 2012
    South Shore, Massachusetts
    Endorsing Artist: Fender, Spector, Ampeg, Curt Mangan Strings
    Usually 2 SVT 410HE cabs.
  15. JohnMCA72


    Feb 4, 2009
    You need an "Other" option.
  16. Mr. Foxen

    Mr. Foxen Commercial User

    Jul 24, 2009
    Bristol, UK
    Amp tinkerer at Ampstack
    How far the knob is turned is pretty meaningless. One more driver on top of two isn't going to much big difference.
  17. Dave W

    Dave W

    Mar 1, 2007
    White Plains
    I've got a pair of 1X12's and a pair of 1X15's. I normally use the the 15's at gigs.
  18. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

    Nov 7, 2011
    Grand Rapids Michigan
    1515/66/1 is my big cab, but I'm adding a pair of 12/6/1's post new year.
  19. Foz


    Jul 26, 2008
    Jax FL USA
    Carrots! [none of the above]

    1515/66/1 and/or a 15/6/1 sometimes + a 15/sub
  20. Dan Knowlton

    Dan Knowlton Supporting Member

    1x15 for me but it is a 3-way design and weighs only 42 lbs! AND sounds great...

    Dan K.
  21. will33


    May 22, 2006
    2x12 here, sometimes with a 6, sometimes without depending on amps(s) used. (Active biamp).

    In the coming months, will be redoing it using the same two 12's, a passive crossover, a different 6 and different baffle and port layout in what I percieve to be a little better design.