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Club Bergantino! Let's See Those Rigs!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by needmoney, May 10, 2007.

  1. Yes.... absolutely nothing wrong with the AE410, I've not tried since of the newer 410s, but it remains my favorite 410 ever
    If I wasn't such a 15" tart, (oooeeerr)... I'd have some of the newer cabs, or still have my AE410.
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  2. NOLA Bass

    NOLA Bass Mr. Worst Case Scenario Man Gold Supporting Member

    Feb 3, 2005
    New Orleans LA
    After many years, I finally bit the bullet and got back in the club. My HDN112 arrived Friday, and my 212 will be coming this week. One requirement I had was a 212 and 112 that would stack vertically. I use Taurus pedals in my band and at the majority of venues found I cannot count on the monitors and have played one too many gigs without hearing my Taurus pedals. So, the Bergs will be set up vertically with my bass going from a Darkglass MT900 into the 212 and my Taurus pedals going into a Markbass Nano 300 into the 112. The great thing is the 112 sounds fantastic and will be great for smaller gigs with my other project, happy hour gigs, etc.

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  3. While I still have my NV215, I'm seriously thinking about one a those 410s with the rear firing driverdrooldrool
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  4. MAFbass1992


    Feb 4, 2012
    It's nice to things in perspective, Bergantino is still different flavours of awesome. GASing even more for a CN410 or AE410.... Hmm...
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  5. Chadwick123


    Jun 13, 2018
    Miami, FL
    View attachment 3049278 Yep. I threw my nv212t on top of an ht115. I just got the nv212t last week, and man does it sound fantastic. While I haven’t gigged this rig yet, these two cabinets surprisingly really seem to compliment each other. The ht adds more depth and width, and the nv really has that mid forward vibe, which lifted above the ht is what you really hear more of. I told Jim about this combo, and he laughed and said he could see these two cabinets complimenting each other nicely. He also noted that they have the same sensitivities, so neither would overdo the other.

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  6. kevk

    kevk Supporting Member

    Jan 17, 2014
    Napa Valley
    Backyard gtg with some friends last weekend :bassist:... DA9A9983-039C-4A54-91FA-484414CB7C39.
    Rob Allen Custom Deep 5 [e~c•34”•mando frets]...
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  7. bebass

    bebass Sho Me Music Commercial User

    Sep 3, 2006
    Bolivar, Missouri
    ShoMeMusic.com; Authorized dealer for Bergantino, Dingwall, Darkglass, Genzler, Phil Jones Bass, Quilter, Blackstar, Cort, Traynor, and other
    Nice pic!
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  8. lo-freq

    lo-freq aka UFO

    Jan 19, 2003
    DFW, Texas
    Does anyone else think an HG412 would be very cool?
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  9. Yep. Even a HG312 would be good 4 me ! :hyper:
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  10. tombowlus

    tombowlus If it sounds good, it is good Gold Supporting Member

    Apr 3, 2003
    Fremont, Ohio
    Editor-in-Chief, Bass Gear Magazine
    I bet the HG sounds fantastic with that Rob Allen! In fact, I just put down my Mouse (which was being played through a Forte=>CN212. :thumbsup:
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  11. kevk

    kevk Supporting Member

    Jan 17, 2014
    Napa Valley
    Like peanut butter and jelly...;):thumbsup:
  12. Joshbazz

    Joshbazz Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2016
    Kelowna, BC Canada
    I’m sort of in the same boat, I have the ht/ex stack with a subway D800, with a loud drummer and guitarist. I was driving it with a 500watt markbass head and found it a little shy, but the D800’s 800 watts seem to make a difference, I would like to add another cab below for some extra low end, and to get the ht closer to my ears...
    Maybe another 12, or 15 below?
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  13. lo-freq

    lo-freq aka UFO

    Jan 19, 2003
    DFW, Texas
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  14. J.Wolf

    J.Wolf Gear Reviewer - Bass Musician Magazine Supporting Member

    Apr 29, 2003
    Asheville, NC
    dude I can only imagine how righteous this sounds. Some day in a moment of late night weakness an HG 3 or 410 will come to papa.
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  15. PeterF

    PeterF Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2005
    North East Wisconsin

    Anyone put an Ht 115 under a ht112 or 112 ex (not the ER). How do they play together? BTW, I am driving the HT/ER stack with a LMT 800
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  16. Jman2089

    Jman2089 Yup, Im getting older Supporting Member

    Sep 26, 2010
    San Jose, Ca
    Jim recommended the ht 2x10 for my scenario
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  17. Fuzzbass

    Fuzzbass P5 with overdrive Gold Supporting Member

    Counterintuitively, the HT115 is punchy while the HT210 is deep. Jim always recommended running the HT115 on top of the HT210 -- so I tried that, back when I owned them, and I agreed that it was the proper config. Makes sense that the HT210 would be a great bottom cab for any of the other HTs.
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  18. Jman2089

    Jman2089 Yup, Im getting older Supporting Member

    Sep 26, 2010
    San Jose, Ca
    B988E824-285B-4EBE-8276-C9A703CD45E7. 7147BA49-BAD3-4826-B239-5E5D2B17FC41. I might mention I am using the IP- ht112er/ht112er Which has a lot better low end than the non-er. Jim said the pair it with the ht or hs 2x10. Which I’m sure is why the 112/2x10 or the 322 is such a great configuration. I love all these different options, but my stack works so well it’s hard to consider changing over.
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  19. fclefgeoff

    fclefgeoff Supporting Member

    Jan 3, 2002
    Not vintage tubes but I have been using a Mesa Prodigy 4:88 with my CN-410 for a few years now and think they pair well. I will also occasionally use a Mesa D-800 with this cab and it sounds great, too. I have used the CN-410 for blues, classic and modern rock, blues rock, NOLA influenced r&b, and 80’s pop and it was amazing in all situations. IMO, It’s hard to beat an 800 watt 49 lb. 410.
    Edited to add that while I realize that not everyone is a fan of the neo speakers, I found the CN-410 to be very responsive to EQ changes. I was able to dial in vintage tones easily especially using hpf & lpf.
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  20. PeterF

    PeterF Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2005
    North East Wisconsin
    I have given that a lot of thought the idea of the modular HT 322 has always made me smile. I’ll keep my eyes out for a deal on an HT 210

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