Well, I just got back from a fairly long Preamp/Amp, Cab testing. Amps/Preamp Tested: 1.) Aguilar DB750 2.) Aguilar DB659/Eden WT-1000 Poweramp 3.) Eden Navigator/WT-1000 Poweramp Cabs: 1.) Accugroove El Whappo 2.) Two Eden D410XLT's 3.) One Eden D410XLT's 4.) Eden D610XLT 5.) Aguilar 410 6.) Aguilar 412 This was a lot of fun and very cool. I am bot going to make this long because I have more to test. The test were all done with a Sadowsky Five String Jazz Bass both set flat and with the Bass and Treble boosted to about 4. DB750 Tests: a.) Accugroove El Whappo. Great Sound right off the bat. Thick, Rich, Punchy, Warm and Very Full. Really working the B string was nice. Very tight and articulate. Even after switching the Deep Switch the bottom wasn't boomy at all. Remained tight and never farted out even at high volume levels. Mids were nice with the DB750 and the high's were very present BUT not overly crisp and harsh. b.)Two Eden D410XLT's. This was very nice. Low's were pretty damn nice. Close to the Accugroove but not as clean and precise. This setup is definitely a lot louder than the Accugroove on its own. Lots of mids which are very nice but I am also use to the Eden sound. c.) One Eden D410XLT. Similar to the two Eden 410's BUT the lows were considerably less. They lows on the Eden cabs are aggressive and when adding the Deep Switch the speakers farted a good bit. d.) Eden 610XLT. THis cab was VERY nice. Better lows than the single 410, similar to the dual 410's and getting closer to the Accugroove. This cab matched up well volume wise with the El Whappo. At tis poitn this was a close second to the El Whappo. e.) Aguilar 410 - Slightly better lows than the singel Eden 410 but once it got turned up to decent levels the lows were lacking and the Deep Switch at high volumes made the speakers fart out. f.) Aggie 412. Mid's were nice and the highs were nice but the lows were lacking. This cab did not handle the B string the way I would want it to. The Bstring gave the cab problems. At higher levels the speakers farted out and adding the Deep Switch got scary. Overall I didn't like the cab. ---------- Navigator/WT-1000 rig Tests: a.) Accugroove El Whappo. Very similar to the DB750. VERY NICE! The DB750 was warmer BUT I thought the Eden was more defined and articulate while being warm in its own right. b.)Two Eden D410XLT's. Similar results again. This rig was MUCH louder thanthe DB750. Dangerous! LOL This is what I have used for the last couple years but it is a heavy set of cab to carry around. c.) One Eden D410XLT. Better lows than with the DB750. Mids and highs were very nice. d.) Eden 610XLT. WOW! Very nice again. About the same volume levels as the El Whappo. Great lows, mids and highs all the way through the spectrum. But still not as deep as the El Whappo. Definitely a low mid bump but a nice one. e.) Aguilar 410 - Very similar to the single Eden 410 f.) Aggie 412. Overall it was good but just not close to the El Whappo or the D610XLT (as a single cab option) Cabs: All in all the El Whappo beat everything else with the Eden D610XLT a close second. The EW handle the lows better than any other cabinet though. Just really nice. Hard thing for me is that my price on the D610XLT is less than half of the EW price. That is tough to swallow. Amps: While I really like the DB750, a lot, I just loved the Eden setup better. I found that it was almost as warm, more punchy and just more round and articulate. I guess I am keeping my Eden Nav/WT setup. The question is the cab! LOL I am going to test a Line6 Bass POD XT Live board into the El Whappo tomorrow. I have had great result with Line6 stuff and it'll be interesting. I am going to really trest the Acoustic 360, Eden, Ampeg and DB750 models. The other cabs I want to test still are the Bergies, ACME and Schroeders. But that'll have to wait few weeks at the least.