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best cab for my new aggie

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by J-SONICBOOM, Jul 13, 2003.


  1. Hello there.
    I'm just about to trade in my first born child on a DB-750 and am wondering what you think is the best cab for it.
    Berg-322?, Aggie 212 & 210? Maybe.
    Any suggestions would be helpful, my local shop only carrys crap!
    I play in a hardcore band & a kinda Ska/funk/jazz band so I'm lookin for tons of volume and mad tone at the same time.
    Basicly I'm lookin for the best cab (or combination there-of)For around a grand.
    If you guys could help that would be great MMMMM-K
    THANX
     
  2. ihixulu

    ihixulu Supporting Member

    Mar 31, 2000
    getting warmer
    Why not just get an Aggie GS410? Great cab, loud, fat and a perfect match for the DB750.
     
  3. neptoon

    neptoon

    Jul 25, 2000
    summerville, sc
    i think the 212 and the 10 would do ya good
     
  4. lo-freq

    lo-freq aka UFO

    Jan 19, 2003
    The Republic of Texas
    I have an HT322 and would recommend it to almost anyone for any type of music.

    A killer Ag alternative would be two GS112 + one GS210 (all 8 ohm cabs). Could probably get them second hand and save a bundle.

    I have listened to a DB750 + GS112 + GS210 and they sounded really good together.
     
  5. I'm contemplating about Aguilar 2x12 + 2x10 too... although a friend of mine who sells them as a dealer & bass player stated that the 2x10 stand-alone wouldnt be his choice for smaller gigs which I'd often come across;
    in his opnion the same combination resp. single cabinet by Epifani would be a lot more effective, punchier... any experience in that way ? Bergantino & Avatar is not really available in Europe, so out of choice.... :bawl:
    My amp gear: Aggie DB659 + QSC RMX850
     
  6. Accugroove El Whappo. That's the rig Nathan East uses and you couldn't possibly go wrong with Aggy and Accugroove.