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Cabinet suggestions for new rig

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Konstantin84, Nov 12, 2018.


  1. Konstantin84

    Konstantin84

    Nov 12, 2018
    Hello,
    In 2007 I sold my gear which was consisted of: 1983 Fender american Jazz bass, GK 1001 RB and an old 4x12 Fender Bassman.

    Now I want to buy a new gear which I'm going to use for my personal enjoyment and quiet jams with friends, and I've decided to go for a new Fender american original 60's jazz bass (which I believe is another name for the american standard?), Aguilar TH500, and the main dilemma is the cabinet that will go nicely with these two. Currently I'm looking at:
    - Epifani Tour 210
    - Markbass Standard 102HF
    - Ampeg PF 210HE
    - Aguilar SL112

    Please make your suggestions. :)
     
  2. Jim Carr

    Jim Carr Dr. Jim Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 21, 2006
    Denton, TX or Kailua, HI
    fEARful Kool-Aid dispensing liberal academic card-carrying union member Musicians Local 72-147
    Epifani Tour 210 of those on the list. I have had 3 Epifani cabinets: t210 8 ohm (t was for tweeter, not tour), UL1-210 8 ohm, and UL1-410 4 ohm.

    Excellent cabinets. If you need to go large, you can always add another 210 and stack them in an array for a killer 4 ohm vertical 410.

    I have moved on to fEARfuls, but the Epifani cabs sound just as good as they always did. Nick Epifani was very helpful when I had questions.
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2018
  3. Jim Carr

    Jim Carr Dr. Jim Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 21, 2006
    Denton, TX or Kailua, HI
    fEARful Kool-Aid dispensing liberal academic card-carrying union member Musicians Local 72-147
    If you get a head that can manage a 2 ohm load, you can add a 4 ohm 410 to your 8 ohm 210 for a modular 610—kinda like this:


    BigRig.

    In this picture, the 210 is an older 8 ohm t-210 (~59 lbs), which I later replaced with a neo-equipped 8 ohm UL1 210 (~43 lbs).
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2018

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