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Your best 15" Cab?

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by ryevick, May 16, 2011.


  1. ryevick

    ryevick

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    What's your favorite all around 15.
     
  2. joelb79

    joelb79 Supporting Member

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    Lansing, Michigan
    EVM-15B in a TL-606.
     
  3. JBW

    JBW

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    Trace Elliot 1153T
     
  4. cataract

    cataract

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    old as mold Peavey BW
     
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  6. babebambi

    babebambi

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  7. hdracer

    hdracer Supporting Member

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    TL-606 Passinwind port mod & a 3015 non LF
    Nothing on the market comes close.
    But after trying a 15-6 I want one.
     
  8. Mojo-Man

    Mojo-Man Supporting Member

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    :cool:

    TL606 is great.
    Schroder 15+L.
    Orange OCB 115.
     
  9. GeneralElectric

    GeneralElectric Supporting Member

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    My crappy little Ampeg 115SVTEN. Its only 200 watts, and doesn't get super low, but I really love the tone of it. I've owned this cabinet for years!
     
  10. Munjibunga

    Munjibunga Total Hyper-Elite Member Gold Supporting Member

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    This is the only 15 worth owning. Not currently in production but, now that the AEs are going bye-bye, maybe Jim will see fit to produce a few.
     
  11. elgecko

    elgecko

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  12. MuzikMan

    MuzikMan

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    Eminence Kappalite 3015lf in the 5 cu. ft. box I built (There's an 8" mid in there too :cool:).
     
  13. dave_bass5

    dave_bass5 Supporting Member

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    London, UK.
    Epifani UL115. Best cab ive ever had, but unfortunately not quite enough for a one cab rig in my situation.
     
  14. lbwdog

    lbwdog

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    OK......I'll be the first.

    fEarful 15/6 :cool:
     
  15. AMJBASS

    AMJBASS

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    There are 2 that I really like. The Bag End S15D, and the Ampeg SVT15E. Big fan of the Ampeg. Its balanced sounding, and just seems to have a sound that fits perfectly in a mix.
     
  16. mpdd

    mpdd neoconceptualist Gold Supporting Member

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    using an orange obc 115 with a mesa d180, it's the best rig i've had personally
     
  17. 57pbass

    57pbass Supporting Member

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    Forest Hills, New York
    Bag End S 15D...
     
  18. hangman

    hangman Certifiably Used

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    Love that 15B!
     
  19. 137h4lone

    137h4lone

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    Acoustic B115 awesome cab !
     
  20. Vintage Guy

    Vintage Guy Supporting Member

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    Warwick W Pro 115! More bottom then a fat girl!
     
  21. craig.p

    craig.p Supporting Member

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    Even though I do own vented cabs, I'm still somewhat a fan of sealed cabs, so my favorite is a sealed Peavey 1x15. I've got a Peavey Pro 15 in it right now -- enough for the low-volume stuff with 150-200 watts thrown at it. Was once thinking of upgrading to a Definimax, but it'd have been only out of academic curiosity concerning how loud I might could get that box to go with a stick welder-class power amp, 'cause when I need to get louder than what the Peavey can do, I always just pull out the 2x12 Avatars. Besides, the Peavey box is damn heavy enough already.
     

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