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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Dr. Cheese, Apr 22, 2018.
Man, I want one of the little suckers!
Two! One for each cab.
Dude is a scream. ''Zis ees how far v have come, z next itteration will be z size of z ciggarette box and controlled by z chip in your brain'', shugs of disbelief with every sentence like he can't quite believe it is true himself.
While I'm not sure this particular product is for me, if I were in say NY city and taking public transportation to gigs, this micro-mini gear would be high on my list.
Mine's on backorder...
Old mates T shirt is screwing with my head.
Sort of a Doctor Who meets M.C. Escher thing going on there.
The next step is a head that's housed in a metal tooth!
Ironically I've set mine up for the first time in a while - bought it as a back up and instead of using rental studio's gear.
We moved into a great space where I've got my 2x10 and TE V4 set up all the time so this wee guy hasn't seen much action. Set up with the 15" in the living room as I've got the house to myself today. Damn it's loud!
The "Dr. Evil" bass head....controlled by a stylus incorporated into a faux 5th fingernail......
...or a wrist watch or finger ring that's just a pre-amp and includes wireless from the bass to a small powered cab that fits in your shirt pocket like a wallet!
I notice he's got a PJB Briefcase off to the right, so it's not like he's not comparing against good quality gear.
"Welcome to the Future" hehe
I played through one about a month ago when I bought a new bass. Not for me but go for it if you like it.
I've always loved the size of this thing, if there ever comes a day when the wattage comes up a bit, I could definitely see picking one up. Something like 600@4ohms, 300@8 I'd be all over that.
Or, put the knobs on top and presto, the first ever pedal board head.
Love my ELF and 2 x 8. The cab is outstanding and super convenient on the motorbike. Really matches a lot of 2x10s I have used.
The head is silly tiny - here it is with a few different size pedals for reference.
Don’t plug it into a 220 outlet.
If you've got the 220 version, it's fine. If you've got the 110v version, yeah, only plug it into a 110v outlet. Pretty simple.
220 here, no issues. @Fred from Peavey and the Peavey China crew over here helped me get the correct version via local dealer...fantastic price.
Also great service here on a Max 110 combo.
I have one. IMO, worth the price of admission.