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It is the 2x10MBE that's 299...
It's still a meaningless spec unless the measured frequency range is specified.
That's odd.....I seem to remember mine was serial # 0093 (or 0097). I ordered one when they first announced them. Back then, they were built to order.
Not sure, but I think there might be several distribution points, so your items may have been shipped from different locations.
I have had them...
I know they've gotten expensive, but a Kappalite 3015LF (or 3015) will sure put a grin on your face! :D
BTW, You can always sell the stock driver...
Sorry, but so far, this doesn't sound like a well researched project. :hiding:
Unfortunately, not so much live though. ;)
from the 1991 carvin catalog:
The Carvin Museum - 1991 Pro Bass 510 & 315 Bass Amplifiers
Great looking bass!
I love the look with covers, but have always removed them to play.
John K certainly has respect for the vintage vibe. :)
Yes.....but triple check it to make sure that's what's happening.
IMO, G-K offers quality, power, features & convenience at a lower price point than most mainstream makes.
It floors me to think back to the sixties, when basses like this were hanging in every pawn shop window for $49-$69 NEW!! :p
On a side note;...
Can't hardly blame them.
With all those mods, it seems you've created a whole different amp. Maybe that's contributing to what you're hearing. ;)
Is it hiss or hum?
All my G-Ks have been a little hissy. You won't hear it at playing volume. If you're using the biamp feature, try turning down...
Johnny.....You'll need a four conductor cable, one four conductor Speakon (for the cab end), and two plugs (either Speakon or 1'4") for the amp...