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Extention cab for ampeg 810???

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by mattmanbass, Aug 13, 2007.


  1. Ok so i know i probably dont NEED another cab, but hell im feeling obnoxious and i have a little extra money to blow so what do you guys think would be a good match for an 810? i was thinking 12's or maybe an 18, although i dont think i need that much bass, let me know, remember i understand i dont need anymore speakers but i wants what i wants :bassist:
     
  2. If you are feeling insane, which you clearly are, get another 8x10, and another amp.... two signals....more nonsense to get crazy with .... just like some of the 'pros'....

    Bless your wallet...
     
  3. whoa, i havent gone compeltly crazy, no no, were talking 410 and under, and really the smaller the better, it would also be nice to have a cab that would work by itself for smaller gigs, but that could also handle a 300 watt tube amp and not break up, but make no mistake im wanting to also be able to run it with the fridge
     
  4. A smaller cab? how bout a 2x15 :D
     
  5. anderbass

    anderbass

    Dec 20, 2005
    Phoenix. Az.
    I see you've already got a Berg NV610 on your profiles G.A.S. list...
    If I was considering buying another cab for my SVT-II, I'd be thinking a nice (4 ohm) 1x15.
     
  6. ah, my mistake... perhaps you should forget you own the 8X10 and just get a lovable (ohm compatible) alternative to an ampeg 10'' sound....and when "necessary" just add it on because a much smaller extension still wont be pushing nearly as much air as the ampeg so it wont be prominent anyway (right?)
     
  7. joelb79

    joelb79

    Mar 22, 2006
    Lansing, Michigan
    Double the 810. :D Why not!
     
  8. Another 810 or a 215 sounds good.
     
  9. Crockettnj

    Crockettnj

    Sep 2, 2005
    North NJ
    How about a seriously kick butt powered subwoofer disguised to look exactly like another ampeg 810?
     
  10. +1
     
  11. lazyone2

    lazyone2

    Jul 27, 2006
    new jersey shore
    Get another 8x10. Back in the 70's I used 2 of them with one SVT. The sound wound blow your pants straight.
     
  12. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative

    Apr 23, 2006
    Austin, TX
    damn skippy
     
  13. wneff

    wneff Supporting Member

    May 27, 2003
    Woburn, MA
    How about a tech-amp bad cab?


    BadCab
    Configuration: 2 x 15”, 2 x 12“, 4 x 10” + tweeter
    Power rms:
    2.400 w
    Sensivity:
    105 dB
    Freq.-Response:
    26 - 19.000 Hz
    Imdepdance:
    8 Ohms optional 4 Ohms
    Dimensions:
    157 x 74 x 41 cm / 61,8” x 29” x 16”
    Weight:
    54 kg / 119 lb

    http://www.tec-amp.de/
     
  14. Thinkarogadum

    Thinkarogadum

    Jun 11, 2006
    NE OH
  15. X Wolf

    X Wolf Guest

    Another vote for an Ampeg 215! I've used an Ampeg 810 with one and it worked well but I swapped the 810 for another V4B cab and so I ended up playing through 2-215's.


    George
     
  16. csholtmeier

    csholtmeier

    Feb 8, 2004
    omaha, ne
    $1300 for a B-52 sub?

    You can (very easily) build a Titan39 for $300 that'll blow that thing out of the water.

    So, yeah, my suggestion is a Titan39.

    Check it ou here.

    http://billfitzmaurice.com/T39.html
     
  17. 18'
     

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