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Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by taylor16, Mar 13, 2014.
Is this going to be a potential problem? Never stacked vertically before.
Not at all. Not only will they not roll away from you, but to lose floor coupling, you have to have them about 2 1/2 feet off the floor so you've got nothing to worry about. Except for drunks flying into your stage and knocking it over, that is. Usually not a problem if you're not playing punk rock or metal for slam dancers.
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It looks like there are rubber feet only on the sides of the cabs (formerly the bottom). If they don't have them, I would consider installing rubber feet on the bottoms (formerly the sides). Ampeg cabs have the cool feet cups on their stacking cabs, but that might be a bit more work.
Good call, dmac. I would do the feet, too, or maybe a closed cell foam mat.
Definitely add the rubber feet to the sides (bottom) of the cabs. It's a really easy and cheap mod.
Far from it. Quite the contrary in fact.
No issues yet here. Sounds great too.
I use my two GK 112's in a vertical stack all the time. Never had an issue with stability. The GK Neo cabinets do have corners which allow them to be securely stacked either horizontally or vertically. I agree with the previous posts about adding rubber feet. You can get them here: http://www.speakerhardware.com/products.php?cat=18
I also stack GK 112s vertically. It works out great in every way. No issues.
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