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SOLD Thunderfunk 750A

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by taphappy, Sep 2, 2012.


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  1. taphappy

    taphappy doot de doo

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    Not playing out big gigs these days, and I've got a new "hobby" that is making me go out and drain my bank account, and my gigs work with my combo amp and I'm talking myself into doing this right now, so. cough.

    $1300 shipped CONUS

    Super awesome condition. Gigged ONCE. Ever. Sat in a dude's guest bedroom for a year, while he was trying to quietly learn how to play. Then sat in my home studio, and was turned on only a handful of times. Was used with an NV412 (NOM) that already has a new home.

    I may regret this immediately after posting, just saying.

    SOMEBODY BUY MY SM-900

    No, that wouldn't stop this, either. But then I could buy even MORE new stuff. ooh.

    :help:

    o_O

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  2. taphappy

    taphappy doot de doo

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    FS only - no trades, guys :)
     
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  10. Bassist30

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    This is a great amp at a good price.
     
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    taphappy doot de doo

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  13. Joebone

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    bump for the best. seriously.
     
  14. JeffplaysBass

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    Bump for a nice bass amp!!..I have the 550b!
     
  15. JeffplaysBass

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    Bump!!...either the Glockenklang, Thunderfunk 750a or stay put with the Thunderfunk550b....thinking, thinking,......mmmmmmm
     
  16. wynsmth

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    Which Glock? I love the sound of the Glocks but the Soul is underpowered IMHO. No way would it keep up with the 750. The Thunderfunks sound great too.
     
  17. JeffplaysBass

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    Its called the Heart Soul 2.....but that weighs 41lbs to the 750 that weighs 21 lbs. Since my GF carries all my gear she would vote for the Thunderfunk.
     
  18. wynsmth

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    You mean the Heart Rock II? We used one of those the last time we were in Europe & it's a killer amp but it will also kill your back LOL! The new Glock Blue Soul looks interesting, 650 watts, 11lbs.
     
  19. JeffplaysBass

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    I think the Blue Soul is around 450 at 4 ohms.
     
  20. wynsmth

    wynsmth

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    Here's the info from Glockenklang's website:

    Features:
    High performance class D power amp section (650 watts / 4 0hms, 350 watts / 8 ohms)
    Also available as 2,7 ohms version 650 W / 2,7 ohm, 450 W / 4 ohm, 240 W / 8 ohm
    Excellent equalization section, switchable
    LED peak indicator for pre amp and power amp
    LED indicators for all switch functions
    Dual high impedance input A/B box with separate pre gain trim for input B
    Effect Return also usable as mp3 player and additional mixing input
    Balanced DI out
    Tuner out
    Phones out
    Compact and robust design
    Lighweight 5 kg (11 lbs)


    Inputs:
    Input A for instruments with normal level
    Input B with additional pre gain trim control for instruments with higher level and for piezo pickups

    Tone controls:
    Switchable 5 band EQ
    Bass +/- 15 dB
    Low +/- 12 dB
    Mid +/- 8 dB
    High +/- 12 dB
    Treble +/- 12 dB

    Effect lopps
    1parallel effects loop, post eq, intensity controlled by effects section on the
    front panel, footswitchable, also usable as second, mixable input

    Dimensions: 320 x 280 x 88 mm, 12.6" x 11" x 3.5" (2 rackspaces)

    Weight: 5 kg, (11 lbs)
     
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